The Experiential Learning Spring Symposium offers students an opportunity to share a part of their journey with the Puget Sound community. This event showcases the many and varied ways that students are involved in experiential learning, both on campus and off.

The 2017 Spring Symposium took place on Thursday, April 27, from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. in Wyatt 101.

Transformative Experiences:
Second Annual Experiential Learning Spring Symposium

Thursday, April 27, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m., Wyatt 101

Student Speakers:
Samantha Lilly, BIOE 392 - Practicum: Clinical Bioethics
Emma Casey, ENVR 356 - Garden Practices
Margo Gislain, SOAN 316 - Cultural Politics of Global Development / McCarver Elementary School
Meadbh Konigsburg, Linc & Loggers
Peter O'Meara, Summer Internship - Institute of Ideas, London
Hannah Floren, ENVR 357 - Environmental Challenge
Sage Pintler, ENVR 204 - Learning in Nearby Nature
Mark Gilbert, Program Assistant / Learning in Nearby Nature
Casey Mendoza, Push International
Beatrix Evans, BUS 303 - Expedition Management / Adventure: Mississippi River
Claire Ferree, Tacoma Parks and Recreation
Mary Ferreira-Wallace, Career and Employment Services / Compass Reflection Program
Sarah Mueller, Slater Museum
Jahrme Risner, William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition
Matthew Moreno, International Mathematical Contest in Modeling
Mike Eckel, Study Abroad - Khon Kaen, Thailand, Globalization + Development
Kat Tannehill, Sound Economics blog
Christine Dunbar, SSI2 180 - The French Revolution / Reacting to the Past


Past Years:
2016 Experiential Learning Spring Symposium