COMMUNITY EDUCATION- Participating in, or producing scholarship that addresses community educational deficiencies.
We believe that achieving our educational purpose is only possible in a diverse community of learners. We seek to extend the benefits of learning beyond the campus and beyond ourselves.
To help meet this goal, four international/global nomad Ambassadors have been selected as cultural representatives to the greater Wooster community.
The Applied Methods and Research Experience (AMRE) was originally designed to give students from Wooster Mathematics Department experience in practical applications that the classroom cannot provide. In recent years AMRE has also had several projects of a social service nature. For eight weeks of the summer, student teams and their faculty/staff advisors are paired with a client to conduct real world research. Recent projects include research on Wayne County Public Transportation alternatives and quantifiable data sets on local poverty rates.