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Thursday, March 31, 2011 Student Panel:  Caribbean Identities in the Wesleyan Community What does it mean to be Caribbean?  How do Caribbean students identify away from the space and on the mainland?  How and in what circumstances does one identify (or neglect to identify) as Caribbean?  Questions like these and more will be addressed in this […]

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” – […]

CAREERS for the COMMON GOOD Public Service Careers Week 2010 Monday, Nov. 1 – Friday, Nov. 5 The Careers for the Common Good (CCG) program presents Public Service Careers Week 2010.  The CCG informs, inspires, and supports Wesleyan students who desire to lead socially responsible lives and to pursue careers in public service-   Mon., […]

A panel on working with students with disabilities. Wednesday, October 20 at 4:15 p.m. in Usdan 108.                                                       You will have the chance to hear from undergraduate students from Wesleyan and recent graduates and world-class Paralympians from other institutions discuss their experience working with faculty.  All are welcome. This event is sponsored by The Hartford […]

Usdan Common Connections, in connection with the Deans’ Office, will present “Celebrating Seniors – From Study Abroad to Thesis” this evening at 7:00 p.m. in Daniel Family Commons. The following panel will present on their experiences abroad, and how this shaped their senior research: Margot Boyer-Dry (Morocco) Max Perel-Slater (Tanzania) Yannick LeJacq (Jordan) Faculty members […]

This Thursday–October 21–at 4:15 in DOWNEY 113, we will have our first English Panel, sponsored by the English Majors Committee: LESSONS AMERICAN LITERATURE TEACHES ABOUT HISTORY AND SOCIAL CHANGE.  It features Professor Sally Bachner, Professor Matthew Garrett, and Professor Amy Tang.  Professor Joel Pfister will introduce and moderate the panel, facilitate discussion with panelists and representatives […]

“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 […]

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

Almost half of college students have experienced abuse in a relationship, according to a 2008 study. Abuse can range from cyber- stalking to beatings and rape. On April 27, Wesleyan University, The Hartford Courant and FOX CT will present a Key Issues Forum titled “The Person You Think You Know: Signs and Solutions of Campus […]

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