Texas Wesleyan’s Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia was recognized at Tuesday’s Fort Worth City Council meeting; the council proclaimed Jan. 20 to Jan. 26 to be National Certified Nurse Anesthetist Week. District 7 Councilman Dennis Shingleton recognized the group of more than 10 Texas Wesleyan students at the meeting, as
Dr. Kimberly Persley gave the fall 2018 graduates three life lessons during her commencement speech Saturday at MacGorman Chapel on the Southwestern Theological Baptist Seminary campus. Persley is a gastroenterologist with a clinical appointment at UT Southwestern Medical School Department of Digestive Disease, and she graduated from Wesleyan in 1989.
Texas Wesleyan honored undergraduate seniors alongside their parents, faculty and staff at the university’s 91st robing convocation Friday in Nicholas Martin Hall. “From the time this institution of higher learning was founded in 1890, a strong bond has united members of the student body and the faculty,” Wesleyan President Frederick
Texas Wesleyan now offers a 100 percent online MBA program geared toward working professionals who seek to further their education. The online course, which started in August, gives students a chance to finish their Master of Business Administration program in as little as one calendar year, according to txwes.edu. The
Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association passed a bill for care packages for students during finals week at Friday’s general business meeting. SGA Freshman Representative Gregory Blaser and Head Representative Taylor Peyton presented the SGA Finals Care Package Bill, which allocates $236.60 for supplies such as gum, granola bars and Red