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KWU Announces Schmidt Foundation’s Launch of Scholarship Fund

Kansas Wesleyan’s DECA program has been on the rise for several years, and now, local groups are taking notice. The Schmidt Foundation, based in Hays, has made a $50,000 gift to KWU to establish the Schmidt Foundation Annual Scholarship. One of the qualifications will be...

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Joseph Layton-Santos Accepted to The Washington Center

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. The Washington Center...

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Cassandra Wuest ’14 Named Brown-Brukardt Perfusion Scholarship Recipient

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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KWU Online Emergency Management Program Ranked As Best Value

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...

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KWU Forensics Competes at Sweetheart Swing

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....

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Local Students Named Eisenhower Scholars at KWU

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...

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KWU Debaters Shine at Gorlok Gala Tournament

Kansas Wesleyan Debaters traveled to St. Louis, MO for the annual Gorlok Gala tournament at Webster University January 27–29. The tournament featured 45 colleges and universities from 22 states. All eight KWU participants placed in at least one event. In Parliamentary Debate, the...

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KWU Student Selected for Horizons Institute’s Broader Engagement Program

Laura Nivens has been selected to participate in a national science and engineering conference. The Sustainable Horizons Institute and the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics will present the 2017 Computational Science and Engineering conference this February in Atlanta....

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Remembering KWU Legend Harry Huber

On Friday, January 13, 2017 the Kansas Wesleyan community lost Harry H. Huber, a talented retired professor and musician. For 32 years, Huber and his wife Sara dedicated their careers to the university. In 1945, Harry and Sara (Watson) Huber moved from New Jersey to Hutchinson, KS...

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