Jun 042017
 

Congratulations to Dr. Laura Randolph!  She recently received a nomination for the YWCA McLean County Woman of Distinction award.  This award is given to women for their contributions to fields related to Business; Creative Arts and Entertainment; Education; STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math); Social Services; Volunteer Service and Young Professional.  Here is a link to the article:

http://www.pantagraph.com/news/local/women-nominated-for-women-of-distinction/article_24b4956b-2835-5406-bd2d-070f9d6910a0.html

Thank you, Dr. Randolph, for creating Titan pride.

Jun 042017
 

You never know when you might happen upon an IWU connection.  When classmate Krista (Webber) Borbely ’92 (middle) enrolled in the Leading Age Illinois Leadership Academy, she discovered two IWU alumna had also signed up: Hannah (Detig) Meyers ’10 (left) and Andrea (Peirce) Luke ’06 (right). Meyers said, “We had never met before this program and it was so fun to share with fellow Titans.”

The yearlong leadership program is designed for professionals in the aging services field.

 

 

Apr 062017
 

After 19 years as a successful Senior Center Manager with FedEx Office and Print Center at multiple locations in the Chicago area, classmate Chuck Lambert decided to return to school. In December 2016, Chuck graduated as salutatorian from Chamberlain College of Nursing-Chicago campus with a BS in nursing. He successfully passed his Illinois state licensing boards for nursing to receive the RN license and in March started working as a staff nurse. Chuck can be found in the hematology/oncology department with Northwestern Medicine at Prentice Women’s Hospital. Best wishes in your new endeavors, Chuck!

Feb 202017
 

Donor support allows IWU students to continue to have experiences that make being a Titan unique and transformative. To be among those celebrated today, make a gift at www.iwu.edu/give.

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Feb 042017
 

IWU and class of ’92 proud!  Classmate Dr. Jamie Loggins helps his most prolific patient yet obtain a healthier lifestyle. Read two great articles about Dr. Loggins’ career and his fight against the obesity epidemic.
http://twincitytimes.com/politics/governor-lepage-and-first-lady-have-weight-loss-surgery-at-cmmc
http://twincitytimes.com/news/dr-loggins-brings-expertise-awareness-to-americas-obesity-epidemic

Jul 192016
 

socks

Show your Titan Pride! 

From now through July 31, you can receive a pair of Illinois Wesleyan socks with your gift of $25 or more. All proceeds, unless otherwise designated, will support current students through the Wesleyan Fund.

These limited edition socks are only available through the end of the month.

Click here to order.

Get yours by making a gift of $25 or more at titanpride.org/socks today!

(This offer only applies to individuals who make a gift of $25 or more by July 31. Limit 1 pair per donor.
Per IRS regulations, the $10 cost of the socks is not tax-deductible.)

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Apr 072016
 

Today is All In for Wesleyan at IWU.  Dr. Randy Reed ’73 has offered to give $500 for each class year with 30 donors today, and an additional $500 for each class with 60 donors. Seriously – every dollar counts! Help the class of 1992 meet this Challenge.  Click this link to donate https://www.iwu.edu/all-in  You can also see how 1992 is doing in the challenge.

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You can see All In on campus by clicking here.