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Urban Education Info Session, Oct. 12, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m, Allbritton 103.  Pizza and drinks will be served.  Through the Urban Education Semester (UES), students spend a semester in New York City, engaged in a combination of supervised fieldwork (primarily teaching but there may be some urban policy placements) and coursework offered by Bank Street […]

FROM THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES – This is a reminder that the General Wesleyan Permission to Study Abroad Application is due on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2010 for all students planning to study abroad for the SPRING 2011 SEMESTER. This is the “permission to study abroad” application that ALL students must complete, regardless of program […]

“Why Ethnic Studies (Still) Matters” Tuesday, October 5     4:15-6 p.m.     Russell House     Reception to follow This session is a critical response to the passage of HR 2281 by the Arizona State legislature, which banned the teaching of Ethnic Studies in public schools. Panelists will present scholarly work drawn from their current research, which speaks to […]

Don’t miss Wesleyan’s 16th Annual Study Abroad Fair!                                                                                          MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 BECKHAM HALL      11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Whether you are a first-year student, a sophomore deciding on a major, or a junior planning to study abroad next semester, this is a wonderful opportunity to meet representatives from the over 140 programs available, receive […]

The 35th Peter A. Leermakers’ Symposium will be held on May 7, 2010 at Wesleyan University.  This years’ symposium, entitled Green Energy and Biofuel Technology, will feature an outstanding program of talks from leaders in government, industry and academia.   For more information, refer to the symposium web page.  http://www.wesleyan.edu/chem/Leermakers/index.htt

I am pleased to invite you to attend the African and African Diaspora Studies Workshop on Friday, April 23rd, in Allbritton 311, beginning at 10 am. The theme this year is “Africa’s Global Past and Present: Rethinking Africa and the African Diaspora.” We hope that you can join us for this exciting interdisciplinary event.  Lunch will […]

TO:    Members of the Class of 2013 The College of Letters cordially invites you to attend one of our Open House receptions, which will be held this year on Monday, March 1 and Wednesday, March 3.  Both gatherings will start at 4:15 p.m. in the College of Letters Library (Butterfield C-413.)  I will speak briefly about […]

AN INVITATION FROM THE STUDENTS and TUTORS IN  THE COLLEGE OF SOCIAL STUDIES Join current CSS students and tutors for an Information Session to be held on Tuesday, February 23, at 7:00 p.m., in the PAC 4th Floor Lounge.  Here’s your opportunity to ask questions to a panel of current CSS students and tutors, and […]

  The lecture by Laura Grabel on stem cell research, sponsored by the Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences and the German Studies Department and scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday, Feb. 10), has been postponed until Thursday, February 25 because of the threat of dire weather. Once again we invite you to the annual lecture at […]

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