Posted on March 30, 2017
Kansas Wesleyan University brought home six individual national championships and numerous other awards from the Christian College National Forensics and Debate Tournament. The Coyotes competed on the Grand Canyon University campus in Phoenix, AZ, March 18-20, against 20 colleges and universities from across the U.S.
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Posted on March 28, 2017
Hutchinson native Kayla St. Laurent is on a mission to unlock the secrets of cancer and help develop new medicines that can save lives.
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Posted on March 27, 2017
Kansas Wesleyan University students Lindsey Rojas, Ellsworth, KS, and Alissa Kim, Salina, KS, won first place in their session for their oral presentation, "Parental Gender Differences on Attitudes Toward Corporal Punishment" at the annual Great Plains Students' Psychology Convention on March 10 in Hays. Rojas '17 is majoring in Psychological Services-Educational Counseling. Kim '18 is majoring in Psychology. Both students study under Dr. Steve Hoekstra, professor of psychology.
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Posted on March 14, 2017
Joseph Layton-Santos, a Communications major, will begin his senior year this fall by participating in a semester in Washington, D.C., at the Washington Center. He is among six Coyotes who have been accepted to the prestigious program over the past four years.
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Posted on February 27, 2017
Cassandra Wuest ’14 has been named a 2017 Brown-Brukardt Perfusion Scholarship recipient. Wuest is a perfusion student at Barry University (FL). She earned her B.S. in Biomedical Chemistry from KWU. DETAILS
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Posted on February 24, 2017
The Kansas Wesleyan University forensics team sent to students the Kansas State Individual Events Tournament Feb. 18. Senior Tanner Bowles placed 5th in Dramatic Interpretation, 6th in Extemporaneous Speaking, 6th in Impromptu Speaking, and 6th in After Dinner Speaking. Sophomore Autumn Zimmerman placed 3rd in Program of Oral Interpretation, 6th in Communication Analysis, and 7th in Informative Speaking.
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Posted on February 22, 2017
The online Emergency Management program at Kansas Wesleyan University has been ranked number four in Value Colleges Top 50 Best Value Online Bachelors of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. The list drew from universities and colleges that follow nationally recognized FEMA Higher Education curriculum guidelines.
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Posted on February 22, 2017
KWU Forensics and Debate traveled to Norman, OK to compete in the 26th annual Sweetheart Swing hosted by the University of Oklahoma and Texas A&M University Feb. 10–12. The atmosphere for this particular tournament is always special as teams traditionally exchange valentines. KWU fared well in the tournament despite several team members missing competition due to illness.
In Parliamentary Debate, the team of senior Alex Vore and junior Dakota Yates placed 4th.
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Posted on February 21, 2017
Two high school seniors from Kansas were recently awarded the highest scholarship available at Kansas Wesleyan University. The Eisenhower Scholars Competition, held on January 28, gave any student who qualified for the KWU Presidential Scholarship a chance to earn a 90% tuition scholarship. Elie Truhe, from Salina High School South, and Samantha Chesser, from Maize High School, each earned the prestigious award.
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Posted on February 13, 2017
For more information, contact Peggy Medina, Gallery Director
SPECIAL EVENT: First Friday Reception, March 3, 5–7 p.m. The artists, KWU Professors, Lori Wright and Neil Ward will be present at the reception to discuss their work. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
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