Texas Wesleyan students and faculty joined with Title III and the IT department to celebrate the grand opening of the university's new MultiMedia Center. The MultiMedia Center, located in EJW B-20, 21, and 22, features state-of-the-art HD video and audio production and editing equipment. For more information about the new MultiMedia Center, view the Title III newsletter at: http://www.txwes.edu/titleiii/documents/TitleIIINewsletterPDFlayout.pdf For a Read full article »
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Texas Wesleyan students, faculty, and staff worked together to beautify the Wesleyan campus. Their efforts focused on improving landscaping, reviving weather-worn benches and tables, and installing new structures to add personality to the campus. Campus Community Cleanup Day from The Rambler on Vimeo. Campus Community Cleanup 2011 View more videos from TXWes_PMO Read full article »
On Tuesday, March 29th, nearly 70 Wesleyan faculty, staff, and students met to kick off the Spring 2011 Signature Student Experience Charter Projects, bringing the university another step closer to achieving our shared goals. After a brief Signature Experience introduction by Chief Information Officer Marcus Kerr, the stewards for each of the four Spring 2011 projects provided the enthusiastic gathering with Read full article »
Texas Wesleyan University is kicking off four exciting new Wesleyan Signature Experience projects this month and your university wants your help! Join us on Tuesday, March 29th, from 2:30 PM until 4:30 PM in the Baker Building to learn about the season's exciting Signature Experience projects. Then, collaborate with fellow Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni to shape the future of Read full article »
On March 1st, 2011, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Texas Wesleyan University hosted the classroom.NEXT awards luncheon. At the luncheon, the five groups that participated in the classroom.NEXT intitiative presented the key elements of their designs and shared their enthusiasm for advancing learner-centered teaching methods. The design selected in this year's competition was submitted by Read full article »