16 May 2017

Patrick Listach

One of the many things I love about Texas Wesleyan University is that people will frequently go out of their way to help you. One person that has helped me tremendously along my journey here at school is Brennen Shingleton. When I was a junior in high school, I came

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14 May 2017

Kime Sims

Kime Sims, an English major with a concentration in writing, is graduating this semester with a multitude of accomplishments. Sims has worked at the Texas Wesleyan tutoring center for two years and received the National College Learning Center Association Newsletter tutor spotlight award. She is president of Alpha Chi, an

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25 Apr 2017

Music education majors speak a universal language

How often do you hear from a Texas Wesleyan music education major? Probably not that often. That is because, according to Janna McKinley, the Department of Music’s music coordinator, there are only 57 music majors, and only 38 of them are studying music education. Several music education majors said there

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24 Apr 2017

Wesleyan faculty member joins Association of Teacher Educators board

While working on her doctoral degree at the University of North Texas in 2009, Dr. Elizabeth Ward was invited by her mentor to the Association of Teacher Educators conference. “I really found it to be a home for me,” said Ward of the conference. “It just made sense professionally, and

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13 Apr 2017

Olalde keeps Wesleyan in the family

Jacquelynn Olalde is a freshman at Texas Wesleyan, but her family’s connection to the university runs deep. Olalde, an EC-6 bilingual education major, is the fourth member of her family to attend Wesleyan, and the fourth to be part of the university’s Partnership Speak Up Scholarship. The scholarship requires recipients

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