Individualized Major Program students participate in internships, field research, service projects, and study abroad opportunities that enhance their educational experiences. These experiences are an indispensable part of a well-rounded liberal arts education, allowing students to apply what they've learned in the classroom in real world settings.
Through a generous gift from George M. and Jennifer D. Stone family we were able to offer a limited number of scholarships to students with big ideas. Our students' creativity and passion to change the world should never be limited by financial concerns. Please consider joining the Stone family in supporting these outstanding students!
"I volunteered at a cheetah rehabilitation, breeding, and education facility. Volunteering there quite frankly changed my life. I know I want to do conservation work."
"I spent my summer in New York City volunteering with Restore NYC, a nonprofit organization that works to rehabilitate survivors of human trafficking."
"NCSA/eDream helped me understand how raw data can be transformed into understandable and artful visualizations as I move forward in my own interdisciplinary study."
"I gained a global perspective and intercultural communication skills that will allow me to build connections with people from completely different backgrounds."
"I spent my time in Accra and Kumasi [in Ghana]. Through observation and interviews, I gathered information on urban systems of electricity, communication, banking, and transportation.