The 2017 WVC 52nd graduation was held on Thursday 25 May at the San José Center for the Performing Arts. This year, there are 1,200+ graduates, the youngest is age 17; the oldest is age 63. 275 graduates walked across the stage to pick up their diplomas during the Commencement ceremony. 2,000+ attendees cheered them […]
The WVC Study Abroad Program has a brand new website!
Wendy Bowers-Gachesa will attend CIEE’s International Faculty Development Seminars “Grow Abroad: Enhancing Study Away Through Online Learning” in London, England during July.
Karina Dundurs will participate in EF College Study Tours’ 11-day professors’ tour of Japan through Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto, Hiroshima, and Osaka where she will visit Himeji Castle, Miyajima Park, Itsukushima and Inari Taisha Shrines, the Peace Memorial Park and Museum, and various other significant locations that mark Japan as a microcosm of civilization. Her aim is to […]
Renée Paquier, who teaches Administration of Justice, and Leigh Burrill, who teaches Women, Gender and Queer Studies, English, and Social Justice Studies, will attend “Gender, Sexuality, and Human Rights in Contemporary Argentina” at CIEE’s host institution, FLACSO, in Buenos Aires, Argentina in June 2017. They will be posting about their experiences. Video by Renée Paquier: CIEE Seminar […]
Eight students and their Faculty Advisor, Dr. Tim Kelly, will be attending the Global Citizenship Alliance‘s Global Citizenship Seminar for students in June 2017. You will be able to follow their adventures in this extended entry. Dr. Tim Kelly and the students will be composing and posting their observations. Salzburg Conference – 6/12/17 – Day […]
SAP wished Bon Voyage to the 19 students and faculty members traveling this summer. They will be sending missives from Argentina, Austria, England, France, Honduras, and Japan. Follow them in this blog. This first semester SAP was productive: 8 students received full scholarships to attend the Global Citizenship Alliance‘s GC Seminar in Salzburg, Austria 1 […]