Illinois Wesleyan is a university partner with the Peace Corps through the Peace Corps Prep program - offering students a combination of undergraduate coursework and community service that prepares them for careers in an international realm.
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Journalist Jenny Nordberg, author of this year's Summer Reading selection, The Underground Girls of Kabul, will speak about her research on girls growing up disguised as boys in gender-segregated Afghanistan.
Members of the Class of 2020 were urged to seek out experiences that seem foreign and perhaps a little strange - experiences that "rock our world."
At the world's biggest sports stage, Illinois Wesleyan student Juntian Wei '19 has taken selfies with Olympic gold medalists and witnessed the performance of a trailblazer from his home country.
The diverse students in Illinois Wesleyan's Summer Enrichment Program complete a paid internship, learn from formal training workshops and work together on a service project.
Greta Franklin has been named director of Illinois Wesleyan's Office of Diversity and Inclusion, replacing Brandon Common, who was promoted to Assistant Dean of Students for Campus Life.
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.
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.