Feed on

Monthly Archive for February, 2015

The Office of Admission is beginning the hiring process for the 2015-2016 Senior Interviewer position.  As many of you are aware, this position would allow you to leave your legacy at Wesleyan and help shape the Class of 2020. Some of the responsibilities include: Interviewing prospective students in the summer and/or fall Co-leading information sessions […]

Photos from China

Melissa Leung was in Shanghai, China, for the Fall 2014 semester and shares these photos. Hong Kong umbrella movement with  dad and uncle discussing Hong Kong’s future with a protestor. Huangshan. Shanghai-Wesleyan in Shanghai alumni meet up Shanghai bund area Wuzhen water town Wuzhen water town  

February 19, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.  with Professor Michelle Francl, Rabbi David Teva and Rev. Tracy Mehr-Muska Downey House Lounge, 294 High Street RSVP: dleipziger@wesleyan.edu Pedagogy Workshop Description: In a world that is hyperconnected and hyperkinetic, how do we help our students, and ourselves, thread a path through an every growing body of information.  What […]

Photos from Bolivia

Rizky Rahadianto was on study abroad in Bolivia for the Fall and shares these photos. Potato Feast, near Lake Titicaca. Boat rowing, near Lake Titicaca. Charazañi, a Kallawaya village in La Paz province. Charazañi, a Kallawaya village in La Paz province. Charazañi, a Kallawaya village in La Paz province. Charazañi, a Kallawaya village in La […]

Photos from Scotland

Anqi Wei shares these photos from Scotland, where she studied abroad in the Fall.  All photos are from St. Andrews, except the last one which was taken in Amsterdam.

Photos from Australia

These are some of Alwyn Lansing’s favorite photos from the fall semester studying abroad in Sydney, Australia. Whitsunday Islands, Northern Australia Watson’s Bay, Sydney, Australia Bungee Jumping at AJ Hackett, Cairns, Australia (Bungee jump of 164 ft) Coogee Beach, Sydney, Australia The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia Holding a koala at the Australia Zoo, Brisbane, […]

Sketches from Athens

Alexis Fineman studied abroad in Athens, Greece for the fall 2014 semester.  Rather than recording her experience through photographs, Alexis used pen and ink to record them in a sketchbook.

Cole Phillips was on study abroad in Amman, Jordan for the fall semester and shares these photos from his travels around the region. Pyramids in Giza, Egypt The Treasury in Petra, Jordan Egyptian ruins in Luxor, Egypt Ruins in Luxor, Egypt The desert valley of Wadi Rum, Jordan The Western Wall in Jerusalem The Old […]

Photos from Japan

Sadichchha Adhikari was on study abroad in Kyoto for the Fall 2014 semester.  You can view a photo archive of her travels through her Shutterfly account.

Amanda Roosa shares these pictures taken during trips to New Zealand and Bali while studying abroad in Australia. Milford Sound. Mirror Lake. Queenstown. Hell’s Gate in Rotorua. Rotorua. Water Temple at Ubud. Rice Terraces. Bali.

Photos from Australia

Amanda Roosa spent the Fall 2014 semester in Australia at the University of Melbourne. Cairns. Cairns. Fitzroy Island, Great Barrier Reef. Great Ocean Road Great Ocean. Hosier Lane, Melbourne Mornington Peninsula. Tesselated Pavement, Tasmania Tasmania Freycinet National Park, Tasmania Williamstown, Australia Wineglass Bay, Tasmania  

Due to overwhelming demand, the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, with the support of the African American Studies Program, the Center for Community Partnerships, the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development, will sponsor a second free showing of Selma, followed by a short talk […]

Restore mind, body and spirit in this 9 week support group for female identified survivors of sexual assault on Tuesdays beginning February 10th from 5:30-7:00pm. Each week, the group will focus on a different aspect of building sustainable self-care practices each week.  Topics include self-compassion, mindfulness and meditation, mindful eating, creativity and play. In addition […]

Recognizing that some students may need financial support to purchase business attire to interview for jobs or internships, the SuitUP Program was initiated in 2014 by the Career Center to provide eligible students with a $200 grant for that purpose.  Current undergraduate students in good standing who are receiving need-based financial aid at the time […]

Next »