With support from generous donors and in partnership with various campus departments, Wheaton has a variety of special projects and initiatives that provide students the ability put into practice what they learn in the classroom. These experiences also provide our faculty scholars the ability to convene, explore, practice and share leading research. With an emphasis on interdisciplinary learning and a commitment to experiential education, these opportunities empower students and faculty to collaboratively pursue their passion for translating ideas into action.
ICUC (pronounced “I see, you see”), is Wheaton’s state-of-the-art digital imaging laboratory where students make their own discoveries and create new knowledge from visual information of all sorts. Learn More »
Showcasing the humanities, WIIH enables students to take learning achieved in the classroom and apply it to real world situations. Learn More »
IMAGINE is an interdisciplinary, campus-wide collaboratory that connects spaces, people, resources and ideas to promote and facilitate the integration of the arts and technology. Learn More »
For the past seven summers, a group of Wheaton students and faculty work together in a start-up and research lab building and applying tools for introductory explorations of your favorite collection of texts. Learn More »
As part of a 15-week semester in Boston, Massachusetts, Wheaton students take two courses and spend 30+ hours a week undertaking an internship with a leading social change organization within the nonprofit business or public sector. Learn more »
Through activities such as MassChallenge, Summer Institute for Social Entrepreneurship, and the Social Entrepreneurship Club, among others, Wheaton creates opportunities for students to put into action their ideas for having a social impact on their world. Learn More »
WRP encourages faculty and student research collaborations of various forms, encouraging the experiential learning that has become so valuable for a student’s education and career preparation. Learn More »