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Monthly Archive for December, 2010

 The Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ’03 Social Justice Award was created in memory of Peter Morgenstern-Clarren, who pursued social justice as a student at Wesleyan.  His activism included securing benefits for Wesleyan custodial staff, participating in the United Student and Labor Action Coalition, and contributing his leadership to the campus chapter of Amnesty International.  We are grateful […]

100 Projects for Peace  —  $10,000 grant   Learn how to apply: Tues., Dec. 7 at noon  or Wed., Dec. 8 at 4 p.m. in Usdan 108  More info:  www.wesleyan.edu/ocs/peace.htt  or clechowicz@wesleyan.edu 

The Next American Judaism — 12/6

On Monday, December 6 at 8 p.m. in 108 Usdan,  J.J. Goldberg, the Jewish Forward’s senior columnist, will be speaking on “The Next American Judaism: Israel, Intermarriage and the Seinfeld Effect.” The lecture is sponsored by Jewish and Israel Studies and the History Department.   All members of the Wesleyan community are invited.

Prospective Psychology Majors – Thinking of Going Abroad? A Study Abroad Panel of psychology majors who have gone abroad will share their experiences with students interested in majoring in psychology to learn about study abroad from the perspective of a psychology major. They will talk about what experiences and programs worked well in their opinion […]

Today is the last day to withdraw from courses or from the University.   You will need to submit your withdrawal form by 5 p.m. with the signatures of your instructor, faculty advisor and class dean.  Questions?  Contact Dean Brown at lsbrown@wesleyan.edu.

The Wesleyan Media Project’s Post-Election Wrap-Up and Public Forum Friday, December 3 at 1 p.m. in Usdan 108 Event is free and open to the public (though seating is limited)  Welcome and Project Overview  “Interest Groups & Citizens United” – Professor Michael Franz, Bowdoin College and Wesleyan Media Project Co-Director  “Advertising Trends in 2010” – […]

Women in Islam — 12/3

Please join us for a performance by poet Susan Howe and composer David Grubbs Wednesday, December 1, 2010  8 P.M.   CFA Hall Renowned poet Susan Howe is a major force in contemporary letters and author of over a dozen books of poetry and critical prose, including Singularities, The Non-Conformist’s Memorial,  Souls of the Labadie Tract, My Emily Dickinson, and […]

Have you ever wondered how to get started writing a research paper or how you are supposed to find the right kind of resources that your instructor is expecting?  Does it seem to take entirely too long to find the materials you need, time you’d rather spend on all the other activities you’re involved in […]

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