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STUDENT-RUN GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP
(Sponsored by the office of Counseling and Psychological Services)
CAPS

Meets: Weekly, every Tuesday
Time: 7:00pm
Location: Solarium (Room 201) (2nd fl., Davison Health Center)

Intended to create a network of support for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Please feel free to come and leave when it is convenient for you.

For more information please contact: jmasand@wesleyan.edu or scorner@wesleyan.edu.

Hey Class of 2016! Come get to know your neighbors in High Rise and Low Rise and meet your classmates at the Junior Picnic! Are a lot of your friends studying abroad this semester? Come to the picnic and make new ones! There will be music, free food (BBQ-style), and lots of fun to be had! Come to the Low Rise courtyard from 1-4pm on September 20th to enjoy these last few days of summer weather with your friends and classmates.  Check out the “Junior Picnic” event on Facebook and RSVP to the Google Doc if you can make it.

Hope to see you there!

Sponsored by Hi Rise, Lo Rise, and the 2016 Class Council.

The MASH Schedule

Inspired by Fete de la Musique, also known as World Music Day, this day of music highlights Wesleyan’s student music scene.

Student bands will perform on three stages across Wesleyan’s campus from 2pm to 5pm followed by a BBQ from 5pm to 7pm and more performances on Foss Hill from 5pm to 8pm.

Olin Stage
2:00pm: Smokin Lillies
2:30pm: Jacob & The Masters
3:00pm: Quasimodal
3:30pm: David Stouck
4:00pm: Mixolydians
4:30pm: Andrew Hove

Butterfields Stage
2:00pm: Slavei
2:30pm: all-caps LADD
3:00pm: Materiq
3:30pm: Trillion Dollar Boys Club (Butts Reunion Tour 2k14)
4:00pm: jdv plus™
4:30pm: MFDP

North College Stage (High Steet side)
2:00pm: Don Froot
2:30pm: Mazel Tones
3:00pm: Sam Wasn’t There
3:30pm: Veeblefetzer
4:00pm: Rhys feat. Matt Chilton
4:30pm: Isaac Butler-Brown

Main Stage (Foss Hill)
5:00pm: Tomato Goblin
5:30pm: Jack and Katie
6:00pm: Banjoshi
7:15pm: Chef

Bands are subject to change.


THE MASH is co-sponsored by the Center for the Arts, the Office of Student Affairs, and the Green Street Arts Center.
This third annual festival is a legacy event of Music & Public Life.

Introduction to Animal Welfare Science
ENVS 231 taught by Liv Baker

Animal Welfare Science (AWS) developed as a multidisciplinary field of research to address animal well-being. It draws upon information and methodology from a host of disciplines to address individual-level concerns of non-human animals. It incorporates components of veterinary medicine, neuroscience, animal behavior, and physiology. This course introduces students to the scientific assessment of animal welfare. Students should gain a basic understanding of the ethical and biological foundations of animal welfare research and knowledge of a variety of current animal-related issues pertinent to domesticated, research, zoo, and free-ranging animals.

The Acceleration of Europe: Mobility and Communication, 1000-­1700
CHUM 267
Fall 2014
Crosslisting: HIST 392

This research course explores the thesis that during the Middle Ages, Europeans began to move faster, to move more often, and, by doing so, transformed the nature of social life, cultural life, and the character of selves and minds in the world. The course will explore the material aspects of this, such as the nature and development of roads and bridges, ships and canals, inns and hospitality that sustained and encouraged advancing travel. Thematic importance will be given to the place of horses and horseriding in these developments. The course is about the history of communication and the idea that a particular sort of traveler was created through later medieval travel and became the means of cultural and psychological acceleration. The social and cognitive networks established through travel, including the exchange of letters and messages, linked the local to the national. Merchants, pilgrims, soldiers, judges, students, preachers, and bureaucrats became the means of spreading news, changing views, and speeding up the world. This course will expose students to methods and skills in the digital humanities such as network analysis, Geographic Information Systems, and database analysis.

Hey Juniors!

Family Weekend 2014 is fast approaching (September 26th-May 28th), and we need student employees!   Aside from getting paid, you’ll also have the unique opportunity to help out with one of Wesleyan’s most important events, make lasting connections with alumni, and represent the student body to hundreds of visitors and guests. Potential jobs include working at the registration site, escorting guests around campus in shuttle vans, and much more!

To apply for a position, please fill out and submit the student employee application, available here.  Applications will be accepted until Monday, September 8th at 5:00 PM, and we will notify you of your employment status no later than Friday, September 12th.

There will be a mandatory student employee meeting on Wednesday, September 24th in Exley Science Center 150, at 5:00 PM.  If you are hired, you must attend this meeting to receive your work schedules, event staff T-shirt, and other important event information.

If you have any questions, please contact us at aprinterns@wesleyan.edu.

The Prospective PhD Preview (P3) at the Graduate School of Princeton University is a one-day visitation program taking place Friday, September 19th that provides doctoral applicants the opportunity to learn more about academic programs, the graduate admissions process, and about life as a student at Princeton University. The program is open to all, though underrepresented minorities, women in STEM fields, and those from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds are particularly encouraged to attend (both current students and alumni).  For those who are seriously interested in the Graduate School at Princeton University, there may be opportunities for travel subsidies should there be a financial hardship. For questions or to discuss travel subsidies, please contact Diana Hill Mitchell (dmitch@princeton.edu). All planning to attend should register at the P3 website by September 17th.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the Theater and Music departments’ production of In The Heights since it rocked the Broadway world in 2008. In The Heights started right here on campus, in a Second Stage production at the Patricelli ‘92 Theater!

Conceived by Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02 and book by playwriting faculty Quiara Alegría Hudes, this award-winning musical about life in New York City’s Washington Heights asks for a diverse cast and various performing expertise.

***Please note: students performing in this faculty production will receive a full course credit***

We are looking for actors, singers, dancers, rappers, musicians, and more. Want to work backstage? Please contact Stage Manager Miranda Haymon at mhaymon@wesleyan.edu as soon as possible!

Sign up for an audition on the call board in the Theater Department foyer:

Vocal Auditions – Thursday 9/4, Friday 9/5 – 5 to 10pm, Saturday 9/6 – 12 to 5pm
Dance auditions – Sunday 9/7 – 1:30 to 4:30pm
Call backs (as necessary) - Thursday 9/11 and Friday 9/12 – 5 to 10pm

Piano accompanist available on Wednesday 9/3 from 5:30-7:30pm to practice one song, one time through per student auditoner. Email Aileen Lambert at ajlambert@wesleyan.edu for location and to reserve a spot.

Vocal Auditions to be held in the CFA Theater and/or Theater Studio (TST 001). Dance Auditions to be held in Fayerweather 106/108.

For audition instructions, character list, sides/vocal parts: www.wesleyan.edu/theater, click on side bar link.

Questions? Email Stage Manager Miranda Haymon (‘16)  – mhaymon@wesleyan.edu

Pit Orchestra Auditions are being held for the following positions (Please note: Interested individuals must IMMEDIATELY contact Nadya Potemkina (npotemkina@wesleyan.edu) to schedule an audition):

Reed (requires proficiency in all of the following: flute/piccolo, clarinet, SATB saxophone), Trumpet (B-flat, flugel, piccolo), Trombone, Keyboard/rehearsal accompanist (paid student-worker position, requires solid sight-reading skills; prior accompanying experience is a plus), Guitar, Bass, Drums/percussion.

Log into the Student Account Center via Student Portfolio to view the current balance due.

If you would like guests to have access to your financial information, make payments on your behalf, enroll in an optional semester monthly payment plan and be able to speak freely with our staff about your account, please be sure to grant them access to the Student Account Center. It’s quick and easy once you are logged into Student Account Center:

  • On the right-hand side select “Manage Account Access”
  • Click on the green +Add button
  • Fill in the required name and email address, check the box and then hit “Send”

Please don’t hesitate to contact the Student Accounts Office if you have any questions: (860) 685-2800 or student-accounts@wesleyan.edu.

The New Student Orientation program is now seeking performers for In the Company of Others 2014. This important peer theater piece is a central aspect of the New Student Orientation. In the Company of Others is a time when ten students share their experiences with new students in the hopes of sparking conversation regarding what is means to live in a diverse community. In addition to the many other identities that our students bring, we are specifically looking for a few individuals who identify as first generation college students to share their stories. If you are interested in being a performer for this program. Please complete the  interest form and send it back to Taylor Dauphin at tdauphin@wesleyan.edu directly. Be aware that the deadline for applications is June 19th.

Sophomore Study Break BBQ, Sunday, May 11, 4-6pm
Huss Courtyard, Usdan Center (rain location: Fayerweather)

Grilled hamburgers, all beef hot dogs, vegetarian burgers, baked beans, corn on the cob.

Click here to sign up.

 

There’s still time to sign up for Summer Session! Registration will remain open until the start of classes as long as there’s space available. You can register for one or more classes (in one or both sessions):

Session I: May 28-June 26
Session II: June 30-July 30

Course listing:
http://www.wesleyan.edu/summer/courses.html

Paper Registration form:
http://www.wesleyan.edu/summer/forms/Registration-Waitlist.pdf

If you have any questions, please call x2005 or send email to summer@wesleyan.edu.
 

Hear from a group of extraordinary Wes grads who founded or run their own ventures. This Startup Showcase will include stories about startup life, an unprecedented opportunity to mingle with inspiring young entrepreneurs, and hearty snacks and refreshing conversation.

Sunday, May 4
4:00p-6:00p
Olson Commons
Facebook Event
RSVP Here

ART FELTMAN ‘ 80
Founder of International Hartford
International Hartford creates jobs in Hartford through Connecticut small business enterprises started or expanded by foreign born immigrants. International Hartford works closely with foreigners to help them build their own Connecticut startup business and become more productive members of the community.

YSETTE GUEVARA ‘98
Founder and CEO of Minds on Fire
Minds On Fire provides youth with structured opportunities for self-definition so they can bring greater consciousness to their transition to adulthood and reach their fullest potential. We have a soft spot for young people aging out of the foster care system, and work most closely with a group of aspiring social entrepreneurs with personal experience in foster care who all wish to give back to their communities. Our Emerging Leaders serve as youth advisors to Minds On Fire and as thought partners in the development of Game Plan, a continuous learning technology platform that employs the principles of meaningful gamification to help youth transitioning to adulthood face challenges and achieve their goals.

LIZA CONRAD ‘11
Fundraising and Operations Manager of Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code programs work to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. Girls Who Code’s vision is to reach gender parity in computing fields. We believe this is paramount to ensure the economic prosperity of women, families, and communities across the globe, and to equip citizens with the 21st century tools for innovation and social change. We believe that more girls exposed to computer science at a young age will lead to more women working in the technology and engineering fields.

ZACH VALENTI ‘12
Founder and CEO of Project Uplift and Beastly Productions
Project UPLIFT is a mental health awareness campaign designed to empower students as their own first line of defense against stress, anxiety, & depression. Leveraging biofeedback technology, UPLIFT is designed to raise awareness and generate excitement about existing mental health resources at educational institutions with its unique live programming. Learn more at www.upliftproj.org

KWAKU AKOI ’14, WILL DURNEY ’14, OLADOYIN OLADAPO ’14, OLAYINKA LAWAL ’15, MAXWELL DIETZ ’16, GEOFREY YATICH ’16, AND MICHAEL YEE ’14
Startup Team for JooMah
JooMah is a web and SMS platform that will connect job-seekers in Sub-Saharan Africa with targeted employment opportunities nearest them.

Come enjoy some fabulous pizza and hear first-hand experiences from a panel of first-generation college students at Wesleyan

firstgen

Tuesday, April 29, 5:00-6:30 pm
41 Wyllys, Room 114

 

Please join the College of the Environment as we host

FILMMAKER ABBY HORTON ’11

in

VICTORIA MAMAS

Short film screening and discussion
Wednesday, April 30 – NOON
Downey House Room 113
 
Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP by April 28th
to VMARINELLI@WESLEYAN.EDU

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