From wealth disparities to a refugee crisis to gaining empathy for the marginalized -- by being tall and blond -- Illinois Wesleyan students share what they've learned while interning throughout Asia this summer.
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Biology and Hispanic Studies double major Meaghan Mormann recounts her experiences with Global Brigades and its lifesaving work in Honduras.
Students from Illinois Wesleyan and other member institutions accepted a Courage to Think Defender Award on behalf of Egypt's wrongfully detained students and scholars.
Residents on Bloomington's west side were concerned their bus stops had no seating, so recent graduate Julie Lewis spearheaded a community-wide project to build benches.
Fourteen Illinois Wesleyan students heading to Asia this month received a briefing from Philippine Consul General Generoso D.G. Calonge in Chicago.
Kylie Stamm has been named assistant director of diversity and inclusion at Illinois Wesleyan University.
Theatre arts major Selena Greising, class of 2016, is one of only two people selected for a post-graduate teaching internship at Technos College in Tokyo.
Rachel Schaffer received a grant for her initiative to teach grade schoolers about local food consumption and environmental stewardship.
Patients at the Community Health Care Clinic can now gain better understanding of their diagnoses, thanks to 3D health models from a Community Engagement Grant written by Stephanie Dizon '16.
Wesleyan's Ram Mohan will help spread awareness of the importance of green chemistry at several workshops in Asia this summer.