06.10.2014

AN AMERICAN STORY: SMALL TOWNS AND BIG SUCCESS

Bob Gray was born in Hastings Nebraska, attended a small mid-western liberal arts college, and went on to become one of the more influential Washington lobbyists of his generation. He attributes that success to the work ethic and solid values of his small-town upbringing. How he traveled from Hastings to Washington and what he learned… Read More

05.22.2014

Kroos Wins History Award at NWU

Huge Scholar Anna-Marie Kroos has received the Nebraska Wesleyan University’s award for “Best Thesis in History.” This award is given annually by the NWU History Department to the student who submitted the best senior thesis. Kroos’s thesis, titled “The Civil Rights Straddle: Kennedy, Nixon, and Morality in the 1960 Election,” thoroughly examines how the presidential… Read More

05.16.2014

Two Students at NWU Selected for Fulbright Summer Institute

Two students at Nebraska Wesleyan University have been selected for the prestigious Fulbright Summer Institute in the United Kingdom. This is one of the world’s most selective summer programs for undergraduates. Rachael Kirschenmann, a senior history and music major, has been selected for a four-week program at the University of Bristol in an institute titled,… Read More