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Monthly Archive for May, 2011

Summer at the CFA

Tickets for Kenny Barron Trio, Marc Bamuthi Joseph / The Living Word Project, and Trey McIntyre Project are now on sale! Click here to buy your tickets online. EVENING PERFORMANCES Pablo Mayor’s Folklore Urbano Orchestra – Thursday, June 30, 7pm, CFA Courtyard, FREE! Kenny Barron Trio – Thursday, July 7, 8pm, Crowell Concert Hall Neely [...]

Wesleyan University offers an intensive Summer Session in which students can complete semester-long courses in only five weeks. Wesleyan Summer Session is open to all students who feel they have the academic qualifications and stamina to complete an intellectually challenging course in a compressed schedule. The program offers courses across Wesleyan’s curriculum, including popular gateway […]

Please join us for three Commencement Weekend WESeminars sponsored by Jewish and Israel Studies Program: Friday, May 20 at 1:30 p.m: Objects Tell Stories: Community Partnership and Scholarship at Wesleyan Location: 8 Broad Street, Nester Center of the Congregation Adath Israel   During the spring semester, students in Professor Magda Teter’s class on east European [...]

UQ Methodology Conference

As part of its Education and Outreach Program, the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI) will offer a two-day undergraduate workshop on topics of current interest in statistics and applied mathematics. This workshop will be held October 28-29, 2011 at SAMSI. Participants are urged to arrive the day before. Support for travel, food and [...]

It’s FINALLY official. In the final hours of the last night of the Lady Gaga contest, Lawyers For Children pulled ahead to win $100,000! This amazing outcome would not have been possible without the many different ways each of you showed your support for LFC, nor would it have been possible without all of your […]

You may have seen the story in the Wesleyan Connection a few months ago about Government Documents Librarian Erhard Konerding’s appearance on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? The program was supposed to air in April, but was postponed until this Tuesday, May 17 at 10am on WTIC (FOX).    We’re all dying to know […]

Erhard Konerding on Who Wants to be a Millionaire

For almost 40 years, Erhard Konerding has been the Government Documents Librarian at Olin Library.  You’ve almost certainly worked with or seen Erhard around campus—he is one of the mainstays at the reference desk and a major go-to guy for personal research sessions in the social sciences.  He is also our tour guide de force! [...]

Ever wonder what it means to be an effective leader? Well Strategies of Leadership is a class that 15 students embarked on to study what defines leaders. Strategies of Leadership is a student led forum (no teachers) on campus that studies leadership in the contexts of business, politics, religion, sports, and personal experiences. Here’s a […]

Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy has proposed a Plan B for the state budget, if union concessions do not yield the additional $1 billion in savings needed to balance the FY12 state budget without additional tax increases.  Among the cuts proposed in Plan B is the elimination of all funding for the Connecticut State Library.  How would […]

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