Here is what some recent IWU graduates and study abroad alumni are now doing:
Erin Bradley '10 (UINTER, Mexico; Central Granada, Spain) -- Erin has been doing outreach on women's health and domestic violence in Nicaragua as part of a 10-week program sponsored by the University of Chicago's Human Rights Internship Program. Her work with Casa IXCHEN, a women's health organization, includes time in the SexMovil, a mobile health unit that travels to rural communities.
Emily Coles '11 (DIS, Denmark) -- One of three recent IWU graduates to receive a prestigious Fulbright Grant, Emily has been in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, on a 10-month stint teaching English.
Beth Dennis '07 (IFSA Butler, Mexico) -- Beth recently completed an internship at the US State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Currently, she is enrolled at the Universidad Torcuato di Tella (UTDT) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Geoff Grimm '11 (IWU Madrid, Spain) -- An anthropology major who studied both Spanish and Russian and IWU, Geoff received a Fulbright Grant to teach English in Russia.
Jason Roeschley '11 (CIEE Guanajuato, Mexico) -- Jason returned to Mexico, where he studied in fall 2009, to teach English as part of a coveted Fulbright Grant.
Megan Winkeler '11 (Arcadia Scotland) -- In August 2011, Winkeler began a year of post-graduate studies at the University of Cape Town (South Africa), supported by a $25,000 Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship.