History Department

NWU alumnus awarded 2023 Nebraska History Teacher of the Year

A Nebraska Wesleyan University graduate and middle school teacher has been recognized for his outst

Senior Immerses Herself in History at Naval History and Heritage Command

Josette Wren is participating in the Capitol Hill Internship Program (CHIP) where she is completing an internship at the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) in Washington, D.C.

History Major Curates Exhibit for Germans From Russia International Convention

When Max Martin arrived at Nebraska Wesleyan University, museum curator wasn’t exactly on his list of potential careers.

Two Students Selected for Prestigious Fulbright Summer Institute

Two Nebraska Wesleyan students have been selected for the Fulbright Summer Institute to the United Kingdom.

Two NWU Students Awarded Prestigious Fulbright Scholarships

Nebraska Wesleyan University student Brian Dunic and alumna Rachel Gordon have each been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to live and teach abroad next year.

History Professor Reflects on her Experience in Charleston During Tragic Shootings

On Wednesday, June 17, six Nebraska Wesleyan University faculty, administrators and staff were in Charleston, S.C.

NWU History Professor Steve Wills to Present “Tokyo’s Burning”

Steve Wills, assistant professor of history, will deliver the Faculty Scholarship Presentation, “Tokyo’s Burning: Fires, Firefighters, and Fighting About Fire in the Shogun's Capitol.”

History Major Selected for Prestigious Summer Fulbright Institute

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students have been selected for one of the most prestigious selective summer scholarship programs in the world.

History Class Uses Service Experience to Enhance Lessons

When Professor Meghan Winchell’s African American History class switched from three credit hours to four, she didn’t add more reading assignments.

Georgetown Professor to Discuss How Past Labor Disputes Haunt Today’s Workforce

A Georgetown University history professor who says the country’s most momentous labor dispute has altered the course of American labor relations will speak at Nebraska Wesleyan University on Tuesday, April 23.