Washburn Transformational Experience students gathered Friday, Nov 13th in Washburn A and B Room to present their Day of Transformation projects to faculty mentors and student peers.
The projects were to cover one or more of the WTE areas. The first area is community service; students that have a passion to help those in need create new ways to give back to the community. Another category is International Education, students were able to present what they learned while studying abroad. Students also can do a project on Leadership if they find a way to make something better than before. Finally, the scholarly or creative area allows students to make new discoveries.
The WTE is a program the gives students the opportunity to enhance their learning through experiences outside of the classroom. Theses experiences allow students to gain a better understanding of the world around them and how to utilize their skills to make a change.
To learn more about WTE and how to be apart of it, contact the appropriate WTE Area Director: Community Service - Dr. Rick Ellis email@example.com , International Education – Dr.Baili Zhang firstname.lastname@example.org , Leadership – Dr. Michael Gleason email@example.com , Scholarly or Creative – Dr. Mike Russell firstname.lastname@example.org.