Category : News

Sloan-Harrison Scholarship

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By: Kendra Housel — A new scholarship has been established at Indiana Wesleyan University for students who are a part of the Division of Pre-licensure Nursing. The Sloan-Harrison Scholarship will be available beginning in this upcoming 2017-2018 school year. This unique, endowed scholarship was set up by Indiana Wesleyan’s School of Nursing to honor Professor

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The Refinery: Shared Workspace

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The Refinery location in Marion, Indiana has served the community and local entrepreneurs by providing inexpensive services and shared workspace for business and non-profit leaders.  Residents of all ages participate in “speed networking” and a CoderDojo experience for students. Check out the July/August 2017 Newsletter for more details on how IWU Grads like Jess Holland

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Ron Bogear – A Life of Servanthood

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Ron Bogear was an outstanding member of the Indiana Wesleyan community, constantly serving those around him with a joyful, diligent heart. Originally from Huntington, Bogear and his wife, Lois, served Grant County in many ways. Bogear was a member of Main Street Wesleyan Church for 65 years. Elvin Weinmann said, “Ron worked at Wesley Press

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Bethany Kirkwood & Team Tassy

By: Dezaray Barr — Bethany Kirkwood graduated in 2015 from Indiana Wesleyan University’s Adult Program with a degree in business administration and management and currently serves as a Program Representative as IWU. Kirkwood is currently ‘running across Haiti’ as she hopes to benefit Team Tassy, a featured charity, in the 2017 event “Run Across Haiti” that is

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IWU & GHS grad stars in ‘Mary Poppins’

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WILLMAR, Minn. – Jeannie (Longfellow) Reid had the lead part of Mary Poppins at the Barn Theatre in Willmar, Minn. during the month of June. The Willmar Tribune described her performance as “carried with true Mary Poppins-style with grace, class and perfection. Her vocal range and pitch are in a class of its own and

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Miracle Baby: Grant County’s First Birth in the New Year

By: Katherine Arch On January 1st, 2016 IWU alumni Nathan (’05, Social/Behavioral Sciences, Business Administration) and Kim (’04, Elementary Education) Cromer welcomed Caleb Jonathan Cromer into the world. Caleb was Grant County’s first birth of the year, born at Marion General Hospital. Many people herald the birth of a child with comments about the miraculous

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Seeking Revival In The New Year

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Throughout campus at IWU, faculty and students are praying for revival. Spearheading this prayer effort, Student Body Pastor, Reverend Dr. Jim “Umfundisi” Lo, is encouraging students to seek sensitivity to the Lord and His leading. Formerly the Dean of the Chapel, Lo is heavily involved in spiritual formation across campus through his position as IWU

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Mentor Partnership – EDGE & IWU Alumni

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Universities foster community – in classes, residence halls, chapel, and communal dining and recreation areas. Students are linked by common activities and expectations. But what happens when we graduate? Post-graduation, finding a supportive community requires much more intentional effort. The transition can be jarring. Fortunately, Christian professionals who recognize the need for support are helping

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BEHIND THE SCENES OF FUSION: INTERVIEW WITH ROGER ALCOCK

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Currently, Marion’s billboards advertise a performance by Christian rapper, Lecrae. The concert is only one part of Fusion, an annual youth conference hosted by IWU to give high school students a taste of campus life. IWU Director of Events, Roger Alcock, says Fusion 2015 promises to be one of the biggest. Over 1,000 youth and

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