Students selected for the Summer Enrichment Program worked independently at internship placements, and worked together to build their leadership skills and understanding of pressing social justice issues.
Computer science major Cale Sennett '16 was excited by the company culture at Shopify, where he interned as a software developer.
Annie Tillmann '12 sought an IWU student for an internship to help create the exhibit, Permian Monsters: Life before the Dinosaurs.
As a student competing in track and field, Netherland (Nia) Joiner '16 is familiar with chiropractic treatments from the patient's perspective - and this summer gained new understanding through an internship.
Students awarded Eckley Scholarships spent their summers searching for answers - exploring cosmic or interior mysteries through music, math and science.
As composer-in-residence at Illinois Wesleyan, David Allen Flowers '16 devoted his summer to a soundscape composition for symphony orchestra.
As an Eckley Scholar, psychology major Steph AuBuchon '16 worked in the IWU Dog Cognition Lab, studying self-control in dogs.
In her internship at COUNTRY Financial, psychology major Beatrice Koka '16 has applied classroom knowledge, developed professional contacts and explored career possibilities.