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Monthly Archive for March, 2015

On Friday, April 3 will be an info session at noon in Allbritton 311 for Wesleyan’s Civic Engagement Certificate, a unique program that encourages students to reflect on their civic life and integrate it with their academics. This is a great opportunity to ask current CEC students about their experiences, learn about upcoming courses, and get ideas for your practicum […]

All members of the junior class are invited to apply for a semester-long Student Fellowship at the Center for the Humanities each academic year. Four Student Fellowships are awarded by the Center’s Advisory Board for each semester.  Student Fellows share an office at the Center and take part in Center activities. Among these events are […]

A new opportunity available to Wesleyan students next spring! Information sessions: Thursday, 4/2 at 12:30 – pizza lunch in Usdan 110 Tuesday, 4/7 at 7:30 in Usdan 110 The Wesleyan “Spring Intensive” will allow students to plunge into a new course every three weeks and to intensively focus on one course at a time rather […]

On April 2, Wesleyan will host the 1,443rd meeting of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences (the third oldest learned society in the Unites States, chartered in 1799) on campus. To honor the proud occasion, Joseph Siry, professor of art history, the Kenan Professor of the Humanities will give a public lecture presentation about […]

The Wesleyan Investments Office has an excellent paid summer internship opportunity for students interested in exploring investment analysis and management.  We offer outstanding training, mentorship, networking support for post-grad jobs, and a fun bunch to work with – “We work hard; play hard!” The Wesleyan University Investments Office offers guidance and makes recommendations in the […]

Ayurveda Lecture 4/1

Ayurveda Optimize health through harmony. Learn how to maintain balance, improve vitality, and resist disease through lifestyle & diet choices. Wednesday April 1st 6 PM Usdan 108 **FREE FOOD** Featuring Marc Edwards, MD

Cardinal Scholars is a service that connects tutors with elementary, middle school, high school, and college students seeking help. Tutoring sessions can take place at the student’s home, at a nearby library, on the tutor’s campus, or even via Skype. New tutors can join our platform to be considered for local opportunities that match their […]

Looking for a woodframe house to live in next year? Find the house that’s right for you! Friday, April 3rd, 1pm – 3pm is Woodframe House Hopping Day!! More than 50 generous woodframe houses and apartments have offered to open their doors to those of you currently in the midst of finding housing for next […]

The Deans’ Office and the Office of Study Abroad are hosting an event for prospective study abroad students. We are hosting, but the presenters will be students who have recently returned from study abroad. These students have great pictures to show and stories to tell about their experiences, and if you are planning to study […]

The Deans’ Office is looking for talented and motivated students to become Academic Peer Advisors and New Student Orientation Peer Advisors. Academic Peer Advisors are juniors, seniors and exceptional sophomores who work over the summer and throughout New Student Orientation to support Wesleyan’s faculty advising program and enhance student access to academic resources. NSO Peer […]

Come have dinner and learn from alumni, current graduate students and staff about the ins and outs of graduate school and the application process. Panelists Eugene Wong ’09, Economics and Math double major MBA 2015, Yale School of Management Andrea DePetris ’10, Psychology major PhD 2016, University of Connecticut, Clinical Psychology Emily Goettsche ’12, Neuroscience […]

Housing Selection Events

Dear Housing Selection Participants, When you return from spring break, we will be having a few housing selection events in which you may want to participate March 23, 2015 Applications for the second round of Open Bid are due by noon (12 p.m.) EST Students can apply to program houses and communities throughout spring break. […]

The College of Letters administers the Khachig Tölölyan Fund, which makes grants to juniors preparing to write senior honors theses on the areas of diasporas, transnationalism, and numerous related topics dealing with the arts and culture, sociology and politics, history and religion of variously dispersed communities. The Fund supports a monetary prize for second-semester juniors […]

The Student Judicial Board is seeking to fill vacant positions with students from the Class of 2016. The position is a one-year appointment beginning in the Fall 2015 semester and continuing through the Spring 2016 semester. An application form is attached and is also available through Karen Karpa, Clerk of the Student Judicial Board, located […]

Photos from Ecuador

Alex Fireman was on study abroad in Ecuador last semester and shares these photos. Antisana Ecological Reserve–Antisana Volcano, the 4th highest volcano in Ecuador Santa Lucia Cloud Forest Reserve (NW of Quito)–Trail through the Cloud Forest Tiputini Biological Station (in Yasuní)–clouds rolling in over the Amazon at sunrise Rio Zuñag Reserve–Pristimantis galdi identified for my […]

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