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Notes from the Field

Social Work Offers First Study Abroad Internship While summer offers a break from lecture halls and textbooks, many students use these months to enhance their education—through internships, study abroad experiences, or investing into communities. Over the summer, Milligan’s area of social work offered a unique experience that combined all three. In June, four Milligan seniors […]

 

Sarah Douglas: Honors Capstone

Milligan senior Sarah Douglas of Williamsburg, Virginia, is well on her way to graduating with honors after completing her honors program capstones. As part of Milligan’s Honors Program, students are required to complete two of four capstone projects. The options include a service practicum, undergraduate research, a senior thesis, and a semester abroad. Douglas, who […]

 

A Summer in Madrid, Spain

When one thinks about medical internships, Spain might not be the first destination that comes to mind. However, for Katie-Starr Harrell, a senior biology major from Oviedo, Florida, traveling across the Atlantic was the perfect way to pursue her interests. This summer, Harrell spent four weeks in Madrid, Spain, as part of the Atlantis Fellowship […]

 

The Impact of Interning Abroad

Milligan’s Honors Program encourages students to apply academics to the real world. Many honors students choose to intern or study abroad over the summer to deepen their knowledge, engage in creative and professional work, and embrace their roles as servant-leaders. For two months this summer, senior honors student, Elinor Mullins, interned with City of Refuge […]