Millikin University's 2015 International Summer Program, held July 10-17, provided many experiences for 12 college students, 10 from South Korea and two from China.
The students currently attend Chung-Ang University in Seoul, South Korea, and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics in Shanghai, China.
After spending a few days exploring Chicago, the students arrived in Decatur and took part in a number of activities such as visits to Long Creek Farm and Rock Springs Conservation Area.
The students also spent mornings taking classes at Millikin's English Language Center and engaged in subjects such as American Studies, Multiculturalism and Communicative Activities.
Brandy Barter-Storm, interim director of Millikin's English Language Center, led the program along with Millikin student-coordinators Brianne Barrett, a senior early childhood education major from Mount Zion, Ill., and Matthew Gremo, a junior English education major from Decatur.
Click here to read more about the International Program in an article from the Herald & Review.