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The workshop, taught by Physical Plant employees, will be a 4th quarter .25 class and will begin the first week back from spring break. Three interest meetings will be held this week at the following times:  Wed (3/2) at 4:15 in Usdan 110 Wed (3/2) at 7 in Usdan 110 Thurs (3/3) at 4:15 in […]

The Career Center and Disability Resources are cosponsoring a workshop on Disability Disclosure in the Job Search Process this Friday, February 12th, at noon in 41 Wyllys, room 114. We will discuss the why, when, what and to whom to disclose your disability in your job search process and examine situations that current Wesleyan students […]

Are you thinking about your future career or considering going to grad/med/law school? Do you have a lot of questions about life post-Wes? Do you enjoy FREE MONDO PIZZA? Join the woodframe & Fauver CAs at the Alumni Career Panel where you can ask Wesleyan alumni all of your questions! Thursday, APRIL 23rd, 6pm – […]

Interested in getting $30,000 to pursue your dream project in countries outside the U.S.? Apply for the Watson Fellowship! Come to the Informational Session on Wednesday, April 15 4:15 p.m. PAC002 with Dean Brown and Watson Fellow Isabella Banks ‘15

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 […]

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 […]

History Matters… Careers.  Glenn Lunden ’83, NYC Transit Authority Glenn Lunden graduated from Wesleyan in 1983 with a B.A. in History, concentrating on American History.  A 1981 Truman Scholar, he went on to earn a Master’s degree in Public Affairs and Urban and Regional Planning at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International […]

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 […]

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 44:00p-6:00pOlson CommonsFacebook EventRSVP Here ART FELTMAN ‘ 80Founder of International HartfordInternational Hartford creates jobs […]

Talya Zemack-Bersin (AMST BA Wes ’07)(AMST Ph.D.-in-progress Yale) Using American Studies: Going Global, Wes AMST, and AMST Grad School February 4, Tuesday noon-12:50 Center for the Americas (the double room) Illiano’s Pizza, Lyman’s Orchards Cider, Lucibellos Italian Cookies from New Haven Dear Sophomores Interested In Finding Out More About American Studies and the Possibility of […]

What’s Wesconnect? Wesconnect is the alumni website, which provides news, events and tools for connecting with Wesleyan alumni.  As future alumni, we want to offer you an opportunity to begin participating in the alumni community through networking via the directory, event attendance, and checking out news and videos about Wes alumni. What are the Main […]

Check Out WesConnect

Wesconnect is the alumni website, which provides news, events and tools for connecting with Wesleyan alumni. As future alumni, Wesconnect provides the opportunity to begin participating in the alumni community through networking via the directory, event attendance, and checking out news and videos about Wes alumni. One must sign up before they can access the […]