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  • Dr. Barbara Ihrke shares experience with Zika virus

    By Lauren Carpenter and Navar Watson An Indiana Wesleyan University administrator is diagnosed with the Zika virus, the first human case in Indiana. Dr. Barbara Ihrke, vice president of academic affairs in the School of Nursing, traveled to La Gonave, an island off of the coast of Haiti, Jan. 16. She taught a transcultural nursing…

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  • Stun gun causes FNL discipline, controversy

    What they thought was a harmless Friday Night Live prop has become anything but funny for Indiana Wesleyan University students Michael Herrick (so) and Graham McClanahan (sr). On the night of the first fall FNL performance, McClanahan, the director, gave Herrick his low voltage stun gun to bring what Herrick described as a poorly prepared…

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  • Professors develop psychology app, used in several IWU classes

    Students taking classes in psychology this semester may have had to download an app created by Indiana Wesleyan University professors Dr. Tim Steenburgh, Dr. Jason Runyan and Dr. Doug Daugherty. These professors dual as researchers who have been working since 2010 to perfect the app they now have functioning in psychology classes. Beyond Dr. Runyan’s…

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