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Monthly Archive for November, 2014

Q&A with the Psychology Chair Dec. 2nd (Tues.), 12-1pm Judd 116 If you have been trying to meet with the chair of psychology, this is the meeting to attend. (Helpful info on the major: http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/about/psychman.pdf). Pizza will be provided.

Photos from Oxford

Jack Spira is studying in Oxford, England this semester.  Here are a couple of photos from his time there.

Photo from Cape Town

Olivia Glick is studying in Cape Town, South Africa this semester.  Here is a photograph of her with Desmond Tutu.

Winter on Wyllys 2015 encompasses a variety of career programming options designed for students to focus on their own career development over Winter Break. Students interested in  Choosing Good Work, CareerLab, Wall Street Prep and the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (the BAT) must register and fill-out the Res Life housing request form by 12pm on Monday, […]

History 171 – War Comes to Middletown Ronald Schatz Department of History One hundred years ago World War I changed the world. Known as the Great War, the war had global impact. The class “War Comes to Middletown” (HIST171) explores an impact of events of global magnitude on one community.  Focused in Middletown, the course […]

Interested in taking a course that allows you to make a concrete difference in the Middletown community, in addition to learning about community research methods?  Consider applying for the Community Research Seminar, a 1.5 credit course for juniors and seniors of all majors offered this spring with Professor Rob Rosenthal. The Community Research Seminar is […]

The last day to withdraw from full-semester and second-quarter classes for the Fall 2014 semester is Tuesday, November 25. Completed forms are due in the Registrar’s Office by 5:00 p.m. and must include the following signatures: instructor, faculty advisor, and class dean. If you are thinking about withdrawing from a course: Do use this time […]

Photo from Rio de Janeiro

Kate Cullen is studying abroad in Brazil and sends this picture from the top of Pedra de Gavea, overlooking the city of Rio de Janeiro.

  The Middletown Community Thanksgiving Project is an initiative that brings together volunteers from a variety of groups and businesses to purchase and assemble baskets of food for families who cannot otherwise afford Thanksgiving feasts. The baskets include a turkey, a pie, and all the ingredients to prepare a holiday meal. This year we’ll be […]

Speaker: Peter Blasser, MA Candidate in Music Title: Algorithms for Pipe Organ Peter Blasser will present the last two years worth of work in programming the Wesleyan pipe organ, using the computer music program Supercollider. He bases this work on prior experience in computer music, years of experience apprenticing to pipe organ builders, and his […]

Thinking about writing a thesis? Not sure where to start? Come talk to professors and current thesis writers about how the thesis declaration process works, how students choose topics, and what factors you should take into account when deciding whether or not to write a thesis. Whether you already know something you might like to […]

Want $25,000 to travel around the world doing a self-designed project based on your passion for one year after you graduate? Attention juniors! Going abroad or on leave this spring and interested in applying for the Watson Fellowship in September 2015? Come to the Watson Informational Meeting Wednesday, November 19 12:00-1 p.m.   Usdan 136 With […]

Interested in Winter Session? Don’t miss your opportunity to participate! Registration for classes, housing, and dining closes the day you come back from Thanksgiving break (December 1 – at noon). You can find the form for Winter Session, as well as links to sign up for dining and housing, in your Eportfolio (EP>Student>Winter Session>Registration Form) […]

First-Generation/Low-Income Student Mixer Learn Campus Resources Share Your Experiences Network with other Students Enjoy Free Refreshments Open to All Students Tuesday, November 11 4-6pm Albritton 311 Sponsored by: Quest Scholars Network Office of Student Affairs Office of Equity and Inclusion

Interested in History? Considering a History Major or a History Minor? Come to the History Open House! Meet students and faculty Discuss potential careers and… Enjoy a pizza lunch Thursday, November 13, 12-NOON CSS Lounge in PAC (4th floor)

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