- Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Data Dives is a monthly series for students, faculty, staff, and community residents to gain and share knowledge on topics related to civic learning, community engagement, and social justice through interaction with stories, graphs, and tables displayed museum exhibit-style around the room. This month’s Data Dive will focus on the experiences of international students at Wake Forest, using data from student surveys and focus groups. The discussion will take place during PHI's weekly, catered Community Lunch on April 25 at noon at the PHI/AJC House (2599 Reynolda Road). Kaylan Baxter, director of planning and assessment in the Pro Humanitate Institute, and Dr. Nelson Brunsting, director of global research and assessment in the Center for Global Programs and Studies, will co-facilitate the conversation.