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.
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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.
More than two dozen Illinois Wesleyan students will intern in Asia starting in June, a second and expanded opportunity made possible by a grant from the Freeman Foundation.
Alumna Charlene Carruthers '07, a nationally recognized voice on racial justice, will be the keynote speaker at a summit bringing together the community and scholars on contemporary racism.
Illinois Wesleyan is partnering with The Posse Foundation, a national college access and leadership development program, to recruit high-achieving high school students from the New Orleans area.
Students raised more than $1,000 in less than two weeks to support clean water and microfinance projects in Central America and Africa through Global Brigades' Sustainable Transition Fund.
Separate research into the economic impact of local attractions by seniors Arica Williams and Tyler Stacey yielded much-cited results -- and helped launch their careers.
Meaghan Mormann '16 has been awarded the 2016 Technos International Prize, which recognizes a student who has excelled academically and contributed to broadening international awareness and understanding.