Parkland Community Mural Nears Completion
The Parkland Community Mural Project, founded by study away alum and Wang Grant recipient Saiyare Refaei, is nearly complete!
100 Fulbright Scholars
Five more PLU grads (all Study Away alums!) received Fulbrights this year, bringing the university's total to an even 100.
More Global Education News
Check out this article about how studying away can boost your resume and your job opportunities!
A recent FBI video warns American students of how they could be made recruiting targets by foreign intelligence agencies. Read more in this New York Times article
On December 19th, the Wang Center received the Carol Sheffels Quigg Award for Excellence and Innovation supporting "projects to enhance the quality, efficiencies and sustainable practices" of our Study Away programs and office.
In the most recent Open Doors study published by the Institute of International Education, PLU ranked #9 amongst US Master's Institutions for undergraduate participation in study abroad.
How important is it for American students to spend time learning overseas? Read More of this New York Times article
Included among the delegation of Namibian dignitaries touring the Pacific Lutheran University campus last week was a proud alumnus, Edwin Tjiramba, who delighted in sharing his fond memories of PLU. Read more.
This year, Pacific Lutheran University ranks No.18 on Peace Corps’ 2013 Top Colleges for small schools. Read full article.
Global Washington is a non-profit, membership based organization committed to strengthening the global development sector of Washington State. In the past year, Global Washington began to explore the importance of global education, specifically for Washington students, and discovered the significance of global understanding in today's world. The Global Education Initiative, a subcommittee of Global WA, recently released a report outlining the state of global education in Washington, providing a rationale for global education, highlighting best practices, and presenting recommendations for improvement. Read the Executive Summary