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Monthly Archive for January, 2011

Want to be part of a dynamic staff team?  Want to develop great leadership skills? Want to help your peers and shape the residential experience?  Consider becoming a resident advisor (RA) or community advisor (CA).   Learn more at an information session this week: Monday, January 31, 2011: 8:00-9:00 p.m. in Nicolson Lounge Tuesday, February 1, 2011: […]

  Still undecided about your choice of major?  Wondering how your choice of major might impact your career direction after graduation?   If so, join Jim Kubat, Sophomore class liaison at the Career Resource Center, and Shadia Goldstein, graduate intern at the Career Resource Center, for a discussion of the CRC’s point-of-view on the process of […]

Liz Reyer, a contributing writer to the Hartford Courant, says in a Q&A (9/28/10) that practice is the key to being a good public speaker:  “Know your goals as a speaker,  prepare, get feedback, and practice, practice, practice! ” She says to “[s]tart by envisioning what success would look like.  If you were in the audience, […]

SAVE THE DATE Hockey Fest at Rentschler Field (East Hartford, CT) Wesleyan vs. Trinity Tuesday, February 15, 2011 4 p.m. – Women’s Hockey 6:30 p.m. – Family Skate 8 p.m. – Men’s Hockey 6 – 8 p.m. Reception Event registration and details to follow. Any questions please contact Meghan Fay at mfay@wesleyan.edu

“Study Abroad and the Health Professions” Please join Director of International Studies Carolyn Sorkin and Health Professions Advisor Peggy Carey-Best for a conversation on studying abroad for students interested in medical, dental, nursing, or veterinary graduate school. Bring your questions! Friday, January 28, 2011    12:00 – 1:00 p.m., Usdan 110

Want a Writing Mentor? Apply Now! Do you want a Writing Mentor? Then apply now! Your Writing Mentor will provide one-on-one tutoring to help you with papers and written assignments over the course of the spring semester, whether you need advice about generating ideas, structuring your essay, grammar issues, or even time management. The brief […]

 Students of the Classes of 2012, 2013 and 2014:   As you look ahead to next semester, we hope that you will consider working with us in the Office of Admission as a WesFest Intern.  The WesFest Intern position is an opportunity for students to engage closely in the recruitment activities of the Office of […]

Urban Education Semester, sponsored by Wesleyan’s CRC and the OIS The Urban Education Semester (UES) is an interdisciplinary, academic immersion program in New York City which introduces students from all academic backgrounds to the complexity of issues facing urban public education.  Ideal program for students interested in teaching, public policy, community development or systemic reform.  […]

Possibilities Pakistan, a project founded by three Wesleyan students, is requesting your vote in order to win $50,000 at the Dell Social Innovation Awards. Possibilities Pakistan was founded by Wesleyan students Ali Chaudhry’12, Kenny Feder’12 and Kumail Akbar’12 in April 2009. Possibilities Pakistan (www.possibilitiespakistan.org) is a non-profit organization, the first of its kind, that extends free […]

 Since 2003, the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), has partnered with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and the Harvard Labor and Worklife program on a scholarship program for students of color who are sophomores or juniors and interested in fighting for social justice.  This exciting program provides students the opportunity […]

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