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  Wesleyan Students are invited to the 21st Hugo L. Black Lecture on Freedom of Expression “The Originalist Approach to the First Amendment”  by Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the U.S. Antonin Scalia Thursday, March 8, 2012 8:00 p.m, Memorial Chapel (The lecture is endowed by Leonard S. Halpert, Esq., ’44, and named in honor of […]

The Wesleyan Forum for International Development  Saturday, February 18, 2012    9:30 am – 5 pm Check-in table at 41 Wyllys. Attendance is free. No registration is required. Come and go as you please. Free breakfast, Iguanas Ranas lunch and book for those who arrive by 10 am.   Come engage in a dialogue about what works and what doesn’t […]

                                               “THINKING ABOUT A THESIS” WORKSHOP  with Professors Pinch (HIST), Pfister (ENGL/AMST) and Sultan (BIOL)  and Honors Coordinator Susan Krajewski THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1     4:15 P. M.                                             ALLBRITTON 103

You are cordially invited to a “Now That You’ve Declared” Dinner  for any junior interested in ECON-type subjects  with Professors Richie Adelstein and Damien Sheehan-Connor  and CRC Associate Director Persephone Hall Wednesday, November 30     6-7 p.m. Limited to 20 juniors  R.S.V.P. to Susan Kulesza at skulesza@wesleyan.edu by Tues., Nov. 29 Sponsored by the Office of Residential […]

The Office of International Studies invites you to submit a proposal for a  Poster Session on Student Research Abroad The session will take place on Friday, November 4, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm Wesleyan University’s Exley Science Center. If you have carried out academic research in another country, this is a great opportunity to […]

We invite you to the 12th Annual Molecular Biophysics and Biological Chemistry Retreat to be held on Thursday, September 22, 2011 at the Wadsworth Mansion.  The retreat will feature four speakers from Wesleyan University, including two new faculty colleagues: Christina Othon (Physics) and Ruth Johnson (Biology). In addition, students in the Molecular Biophysics program will […]

Eva Geulen (Bonn University), “Law and Literature: Who Owns It?” Friday, April 1, 4:30 p.m., Russell House Co-sponsored by German Studies, History, COL, Sociology, English, the Dean of the Social Sciences, and the Center for the Humanities. Eva Geulen’s talk will examine the historically and conceptually fraught relationship between law and literature from four points […]

The Cambridge Debates Thursday, March 31, 2011   8 p.m.    Daniel Family Commons The Cambridge Union Society from Cambridge, England is the oldest student union in the world. They join forces with Wesleyan’s Woodrow Wilson Debate Society to debate the rise of facebook. Don’t miss out on this wildly entertaining program!  Free Admission.  For more information […]

The Center for African American Studies Presents:  “The Cultural Politics of Black Power in Brooklyn and London”  Dr. Joshua B. Guild ’96, Assistant Professor of History & African American Studies, Princeton University  Thursday, February 24, 2011 — 4:15pm  CAAS Vanguard Lounge —  Reception to Follow Co-Sponsored by The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program

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