Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Mattingly Distinguished Scholars Program will bring two speakers to Lincoln — one who will discuss American Exceptionalism as it relates to Steven Spielberg’s movie, “Lincoln,” and another who will discuss Martin Luther King’s connection to NWU.
Rev. Ruth Karlsson, Executive Director of Released and Restored, addressed the topic at Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Swan Lecture on Thursday, January 31. The lecture was titled, "After Prison — Then What?"
Hoffman and other students who signed up for the alternative spring break — organized by University Ministries and the Service Learning Office — hit the road and drove west to Denver, Colo., where they are immersing themselves on issues of hunger, homelessness and poverty.
National Geographic Magazine wildlife photographer and Nebraska-native Joel Sartore will turn his lens on his audience at a Nebraska Wesleyan University lecture where he will sound a warning bell for protecting North America’s most endangered species.