Our Impact

Our programs and initiatives provide all students with a wealth of opportunities to CHANGE:

Cultivate global awareness and engage across difference
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arness knowledge for the solution of pressing global problems
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ppreciate how societies respond differently to common needs
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urture an ethic of responsibility for making the world more just and sustainable
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ain understanding of global challenges, their origin and implications
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mploy another language to communicate across cultural diversity.

Participation by the Numbers

Since the founding of the McCulloch Center

  • More than 3,300 students have studied abroad
  • More than 2,000 students have interned, volunteered, or conducted research in summer experiences abroad.
  • Six Global Challenges Classes & Conferences have explored critical global challenges from a multi-disciplinary perspective, like the impact of automation on work, peace-building in post-conflict societies and the future of international development.
  • Twelve Carol Hoffman Collins Global Scholars-in-Residence have come to campus to engage students and faculty in intensive discussions
  • We have forged 32 partnerships with global organizations for the International Internship Program.
  • Nearly 400 students have participated in the Global-Partners Program, which connects students returning from learning abroad with first year students from abroad.
  • More than 50 faculty members have used videoconferencing to bring international perspectives into the classroom.

Read more about how our students and alumnae are impacting the world.