Students participate in the WIIH
The Wheaton Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities (WIIH) helps students expand their classroom learning in practical ways. Students acquire real-world skills when they meet distinguished professionals. This is done in several ways. Students:
- take classes that are connected to WIIH activities;
- attend exciting events, lectures, exhibitions, and performances;
- meet innovators in the field and interact with them; and
- make connections with these professionals.
Students form bonds with professors and other students that go beyond conventional classrooms and Wheaton itself. The WIIH is a home that bridges academic studies and professional skills and helps create well-rounded students and future leaders.