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Monthly Archive for February, 2012

UCAB Talent Show — 3/2

Come showcase your talent in UCAB’s Talent Show this Friday! Friday, March 2nd Usdan Café 10pm (Sign-ups begin at 9:30pm)   Prizes include (1) $100 Visa giftcards, (2) $50 Visa gift cards and (3) iTunes giftcards! Wesleyan.edu/sald/ucab – twitter.com/wesusdan – like us on facebook

Intimate Grammar, a film adaptation by director Nir Bergman, based upon the renowned author David Grossman’s book, will be the fifth film screened in The Ring Family Wesleyan University Israeli Film Festival on Thursday, March 1 at the Goldsmith Family Cinema at 8 p.m. This film explores the metaphoric and emotional field of grammar through […]

“Is the University Universal?: South Asian Diasporas and Globalized Education in the Gulf Arab States Neha Vora Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University   Tuesday February 28, 4:30-6:00pm Russell House A graduate of Wesleyan’s Feminism, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, Prof. Vora is currently an assistant professor of anthropology and women’s studies at Texas A&M University. […]

Dear members of the Class of 2013, The Admission Office is beginning the hiring process for the 2012-2013 Senior Interviewer position.  As many of you are aware, this position has direct impact on leaving your legacy at Wesleyan and shaping who will be in the freshman class. A brief job description includes:   interview prospective students […]

Invite a Faculty Member to Lunch!

This is a reminder about the Daniel Family Commons Free Lunch Program.  This program is intended to promote informal faculty-student interaction outside the classroom. We have provided each faculty member with vouchers that enable them to take small groups of students to lunch at the Daniel Family Commons in the Usdan Center, and my office […]

Students are invited to a symposium called ‘Digging Together. Community Archaeology: Practice and Potential.’ It will be held  Saturday February 25 from 1pm to 4pm at the former Cross Street AME Zion Church (160 Cross St, just down from Neon Deli, opposite the Freeman Athletic Center). The forum will be This is being held in […]

I spent my summer interning with Yale Professor Nihal deLanerolle, who also teaches Neuroscience courses at Wesleyan.  After taking his class, “Functional Anatomy of the Brain,” I became interested in his research involving temporal lobe epilepsy and worked in his lab this past summer at the neurosurgery department of the Yale University School of Medicine.  […]

The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, the Center for African American Studies, the Center for the Arts, the Theater Department, the Writing Program, and Yale School of Drama have joined forces to present a week of events that highlight the art of playwriting. The series of talks, performances, and readings culminate in […]

Restoration, nominated for 11 Israeli Academy Awards, in its Connecticut premiere, will debut as part of the Ring Family Wesleyan University Israeli Film Festival on Goldsmith Family Cinema  at Thursday, February 23 at 8 P.M.  Restoration, “marked by disquietly beautiful imagery” and “a handsome production of intriguing and perhaps incongruous surfaces” (Variety), is a new […]

Upcoming UCAB events:   ·        Thursday 2/23: Massage Night. You desperately need a study break, but you can’t rationally justify one. We can though. Feeling knotty? Need a good back rub? Want to reach a state of absolute zen and focus? Let us knead your troubles away in the most productive break of the year yet. […]

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