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Shared Studios: Arts in America

From the Fine Arts Center at Colorado College to the yearly What If? Festival, to the Cottonwood Center for the Arts, the art scene in Colorado Springs is deepening, creating more community and engagement than ever. In this connection, meet artists, organizers, and teachers in Colorado. Where to you go to find community and inspiration? […]

STEM & Study Abroad

Join the Center for Global Education and Study Abroad Peer AdvisorsĀ for an info session about specific science and math-based programs recommended by Wheaton faculty!

Funding Your International Experience!

Come for the food... stay to learn about the possibilities! Learn about funding support for study abroad and international fellowships and internships, and hear from Wheaton students who have recently received this funding! Sponsored by the May Fellows and presented by the Center for Global Education, Career Services, and Academic Advising.

Shared Studios: Code to Inspire

Meet young women in Afghanistan over morning tea and coffee. A heroic group of young entrepreneurs there recently won a major European robotics prize, and young women coders continue to tackle major global - and local - problems, In a war-torn country where only 40% of girls attend school, teenagers are creating major innovations. How […]

Regional Lunch & Learn: Africa

Enjoy African cuisine in Chase today, and stop by the info table to learn a bit about Africa!

International Bingo

Led by the Global Ed Peer Advisors, join your peers for a night of internationally-themed Bingo, and enjoy an open tab at the Lyon's Den! There will be prizes for Bingo winners!

Regional Lunch & Learn: the Americas

Enjoy deconstructed chicken enchiladas in Chase today, and stop by the info table to learn a bit about the Americas - from Canada to Argentina and all in between!

Shared Studios: Brave, Bold, and First

Connect with students in Mexico City to discuss what it means to be a first generation college student. Wheat does it being a first-gen student to you? What are the challenges and benefits of this distinction with your family and community? What can universities do to be more inclusive of first-gen students? Stop by the […]

Shared Studios: Education and Tolerance

Wheaton educators meet with university educators in Lagos, Nigeria for a global dialogue on how we are preparing university students to be tolerant in the classroom and in the workforce after graduation. Stop by the Club Hub in Balfour to check out the portal and connect! All connections are free to attend and while there […]

Gays Go Global

Hear from a panel of LGBTQ+ identifying students as they share their recent study abroad experiences. Sponsored by Safe Haus, in partnership with the Center for Global Education