Linda J. Hanes
Orphanages in Panama are overflowing with kids wishing they had homes and a loving family, and often there’s an unmet need for a creative outlet for these atrisk children. One WMU student spent her summer to help rectify that situation through teaching orphaned children about expression through movement.
Haenicke Instititue for Global Education
Akasha Creamer visits to 35 countries complements global studies major.
Haenicke Institute for Global Education
Kaley Shumake, a 2012 graduate of Western Michigan University’s global and international studies program, met the head monk of the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism in a four-week Tibetan mind and body sciences study abroad program in May 2012 offered by Emory University. Half of the program’s curriculum was focused on the mind, medicine and healing and half on Tibetan Buddhist culture.
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