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Monthly Archive for October, 2012

The WesFest Intern position is an opportunity for students to engage closely in the recruitment activities of the Office of Admission. We seek hard workers who are mature, dependable, energetic, team players, have a sense of humor and are enthusiastic in representing Wesleyan. Four positions are available and are open to members of the Class […]

Workshops take place in the Usdan University Center Room 108 (Taylor Meeting Room) Thursdays, 5-7:00 p.m. November 1:  Starting Up a New Organization Learn how to start an enterprise in Connecticut with the aid of a step-by-step guide. November 8:  Developing a Business and Marketing Plan – Part One From A to Z, learn how […]

Where on Earth has EON been? Where on Earth is EON going? The Environmental Organizer’ Network (EON), is a network of environmental and climate activists and a platform for furthering sustainability initiatives in our community. EON has been on a little hiatus, but it’s time we bring it back. This event is an open discussion […]

Sunday, November 4, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Created for survivors of sexual violence, this retreat will teach participants how to incorporate mindfulness skills and practices into their lives, improve sleep, augment self-care skills and culminate in a relaxing gentle yoga/movement session. TO REGISTER Complete the registration form and return to Alysha B. Warren,LPC, awarren@wesleyan.edu […]

Join us for the WESeminar: Celebrating Seniors: Research Excellence at Wesleyan and Abroad Friday, October 19 –  3:30 p.m., PAC004 Four members of the Class of 2013 share their spring and summer research that ranges from Martian meteorites to stem cells and from the streets of Buenos Aires and NYC to BMW factories in China. […]

We grow and evolve throughout our lives. Along with these personal shifts come shifts in our relationships– we transition in and out of romantic relationships, becoming closer with some friends and drifting away from others. Although this is a common experience, transitions can be painful. Come join us in an interactive discussion about picking up […]

How to start cheap, learn fast, and build an organization that changes the world. Teague Hopkins ’06, founder of THG, helps entrepreneurial organizations of all sizes succeed faster and more often. He mentors and sits on the alumni advisory board for Lean Startup Machine. WHEN: Thursday, October 18, 5pm WHERE: Allbritton 311 Networking reception to […]

Join Professor Chernoff as he discusses the academic components of the College of the Environment, which is comprised of the Environmental Studies Linked Major and the Environmental Studies Certificate. The discussion will take place: Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Location: Exley Science Center, Room 058 Time: NOON – 1pm Any questions, please contact Valerie Marinelli […]

Can you find more than just books in Wesleyan’s Libraries?  Sure, in addition to books, DVDs, music, and great spaces for studying, Wesleyan has librarians who can help you figure out what the best resources would be for your papers and assignments. And the library has provided a specific librarian for you to learn how […]

Students for Consent and Communication invites you to a conversation about enthusiastic consent, sexual assault and rape culture. Through this workshop, we will provide a space to discuss and reflect on these important issues and build skills on how to obtain consent in relationships and discern whether a person is able to provide consent. We […]

The panoramic photograph of the Class of 2016 taken during New Student Orientation is now available for purchase from the Panfoto website.

Having thriving relationships with others starts with caring for and understanding ourselves. Join us in a lively conversation where we will reflect, share experiences and learn new skills to create thriving relationships. Through this workshop, we will examine and think of new ways to care for ourselves and others, gain deeper understanding of our desires, […]