University is a private, liberal arts university associated with the Dakotas Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Stonewall, a charity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights, will support Wesleyan
with its ongoing inclusion and diversity agenda.
, which also won the coveted Company of the Year award, was founded in 1841 and provides financial services and specialist advice to professionals such as doctors, teachers, lawyers and dentists.
After attaining NVQs in business and administration, financial services or customer service from BMET, the vast majority continue to work at Wesleyan
and develop their careers.
totalled 108 all out, being bowled out a couple of overs short of their allocaton of 40.
Delta Kappa Epsilon, or DKE, sued Wesleyan
in February after the fraternity's members were informed they would not be able to live in their house in the 2015-16 school year.
Sapiens International Corporation (NASDAQ: SPNS) (TASE: SPNS) said it has begun the migration of Wesleyan
Assurance Society's legacy portfolios to Sapiens' Closed Book solution platform.
As drug overdoses left two Wesleyan
students fighting for their lives, witnesses helped investigators quickly identify the suspects: The drug dealing was an open secret, according to court documents, even as the university has gotten tougher on drug violations.
Global Banking News-January 7, 2014--Sword Apak's Aurius chosen by Wesleyan
Metcalf attended Nebraska Wesleyan
University, becoming the youngest MTNA Certified teacher in Nebraska at the time.
These requirements were highlighted by Rock Jones, President, Ohio Wesleyan
University, in the Capital last week.
Summary paragraph: From aiCIO Magazine's Summer Issue: Olympic rower and David Swensen Protege Martin is applying the Yale model of investing at the Wesleyan
University Endowment -- with a few tweaks.
Continuing the impressive American Society of Missiology Series, this volume is edited by prominent missiological leaders within the Wesleyan
family--Darrell Whiteman and Gerald Anderson.
IN AN INNOVATIVE move, Wesleyan
University in Middletown, Connecticut, recently began a two-year pilot project offering college-level courses to convicted felons serving time at the high-security Cheshire Correctional Institution.
Opening in 1837, Wesleyan
Female Seminary became by 1855 one of the small number of colleges for women in the United States.