Since the founding of the McCulloch Center in 2004, our programs and initiatives have provided all students with a wealth of opportunities to CHANGE:
Cultivate global awareness and engage across difference
Harness knowledge for the solution of pressing global problems
Appreciate how societies respond differently to common needs
Nurture an ethic of responsibility for making the world more just and sustainable
Gain understanding of global challenges, their origin and implications
Employ another language to communicate across cultural diversity.
Participation by the Numbers
- 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 (since its establishment in 2012), 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.