Friday, April 17, 2015Megan Johnson, of Dakota Wesleyan University, has been selected to present her research on Capitol Hill on April 22-23.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015John Lushbough, of Vermillion was named this year’s McGovern South Dakota Hunger Ambassador Award-winner.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015Megan Johnson, a DWU senior biochemistry major from Rapid City, won first place for Best Undergraduate Poster in the female category; and Matt Hockert, junior biology major from Fargo, N.D., Travis Moodie, junior biology major from Pierre, and Andrew Schwader, sophomore biochemistry major from Howar....
Friday, April 10, 2015The Spring Ring will be at 7 p.m., Sunday, April 26, at the First United Methodist Church in Mitchell. It is free and open to the public.
Friday, April 10, 2015Eleven Dakota Wesleyan University students have been selected as candidates for the Scotchman and Miss Wesleyan awards, the highest honor given to students in their senior year at the institution.
Friday, April 10, 2015The story is told from two perspectives; first, in “A Moo For You,” Haptamu tells how the gift of the cow changed his family’s life – including allowing his mother the income to send him to school. When the reader flips over the book, the cow shares her perspective in “What A Moo Can Do,” a more pl....
Thursday, April 9, 2015The Ron and Sheilah Gates Department of Music at Dakota Wesleyan University announces the spring LyricWood Concert for 7 p.m., Saturday, April 18, in the Sherman Center. This concert is free and open to the public.
Thursday, April 9, 2015The Spring Choral Concert will be at 4 p.m., Sunday, April 19, at the First United Methodist Church in Mitchell. This concert is free and open to all.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Throughout her undergraduate studies in biology at Dakota Wesleyan University, Leah Wienbar had one career goal: to become a surgeon. But after graduating in 2014, she began substitute teaching in the Iroquois (S.D.) School District. Now her career goals have changed.
“I discovered my love for teaching,” says Leah, 23, who also works as a librarian.
Instead of medical school, Leah will pursue a fully online Master of Arts in Education at her alma mater.
“I love DWU,” she says. “My experiences there have been nothing but good. I decided to get my master’s degree online here because I knew that I’d be receiving a quality education and plenty of help if I need it.”
Leah will start orientation class on April 13.
She likes the idea of pursuing her master’s online because it allows her the flexibility to fit her studies into her life. In addition to working as a librarian and substitute teacher, Leah enjoys spending time with her niece and many nephews, her other family members and her friends. She also likes to read.
Because she works during the day, Leah plans to clear out evenings for her studies. She also will take time off work as needed to study for tests or to work on class assignments.
Her only concern about earning her degree online is if she has computer or Internet issues, but she knows, based on her undergraduate experience, that her professors at DWU will be understanding and helpful if that should occur.
Even though she no longer plans to be a surgeon, Leah will put her DWU undergraduate degree in biology to work: She intends to become a high school science teacher.
Have your career plans changed? Wondering how DWU’s online degree programs might help you reach your career goals? Email Amber Turner, online admissions counselor at DWU.
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Wednesday, April 8, 2015The DWU Jazz Band Spring Performance will be at 8 p.m., Tuesday, April 21, in Patten-Wing Theatre, in Hughes Hall on campus. The concert is free and open to all.
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