Washburn University student Randi McAfee, of Great Bend, will travel to England this summer to participate in a faculty-led program examining the historical impact of the English Reformation through visits to London, Gainsborough, Oxford and Cambridge.
McAfee is a junior and is pursuing a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice, with a concentration in law enforcement. She is the campus liaison for the Washburn Student Government Association and Panhellenic Council secretary. McAfee served as a First Year Experience peer educator and was a member of the costume construction group for the production of “Electra.”
This study abroad opportunity fulfills part of her Washburn Transformational Experience degree enhancement certification, for which she must demonstrate excellence in scholarly and creative activity, community service, leadership or international education. The WTE provides baccalaureate students with an opportunity to make a difference to others or society through enhanced learning designed to complement traditional college studies.