Although technology has made promoting social causes a generally accepted practice, it is not something that is often or easily mastered
At the Wheelock College Global Causes Conference in June 2013, panelists examined the importance of corporate investments on health, education, and human rights
In June 2013, prominent experts, survivors, advocates, and legislators committed to ending prostitution and sex trafficking gathered at the Wheelock College Global Challenges Conference.
As part of the College’s yearlong celebration of its 125th Anniversary in 2013, Wheelock gathered 500 national and international educators, practitioners, researchers, philanthropists, students, and policy leaders to explore pressing issues affecting children, youth, and families in education, health, and human rights across the globe.
Wheelock College strengthened its collaborative relationships with several institutions of higher learning in Turkey through extended visits this spring by Wheelock faculty and the College’s Dean of International Programs and Partnerships.