James Maxwell Exhibit
TWU_CDM STEM Camp
TWU to host James Maxwell Art Exhibit
FLINGING & FLYING! You can work together to learn more about energy, propulsion, trajectory, and aerodynamics, all while building and testing with your friends to invent the most amazing driving and flying machines you've ever seen!
In February 2022, the Russian Federation launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. This was on the heels of a long-running armed conflict between the two countries. In this talk, Dr. John B. Seitz, Assistant Professor of History at TWU, will give a brief history of the conflict, focusing on the last year of the invasion, and discuss what might come next.
To celebrate both Women's History Month and National Social Work Month, we would love to take a moment to recognize the hard work of one of our students. Bethany Souza is a Social Work major and is a senior here at TWU.
Entrepreneur Stan Gallery discusses his career and life lessons as a successful entrepreneur
Jameson Koch and Aubrey Long were recently honored as the deserving recipients of an academically competitive award, the Harriet Reeves Neff Award. This award is a full tuition scholarship that is renewable each year. The recipients must have a minimum GPA of 3.75 and at least a 30 on the ACT.
TWU and CSCC signed an agreement on Monday that will allow a smooth transition for students graduating from the community college to transfer seamlessly to the university to receive their bachelor's degree.
For the first time in at least 12 years, Tennessee Wesleyan University is kicking off a Community Campaign to engage donors outside the campus.
TWU alum Grayson Black was among the first Peace Corps volunteers to return to services overseas.