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Monthly Archive for January, 2015

Interested in the Psychology Major? Learn more about the Cultural Immersion Experiences – Abroad and Domestic Feb. 3rd (Tues.), 12:00 -1:00 pm, Judd 116 Prospective Majors bring your questions and concerns.    Office of International Studies – Gail Winter, Assistant Director Office of Community Partnerships – Catherine Lechowicz, Director Psychology Department – Andrea Patalano, Chair Pizza […]

The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship presents FUNDRAISING BOOTCAMP: GRANTWRITING 101 A dinner, talk, and workshop with Sonya Behnke ’03, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at Mass General Hospital, (previously Manager of Institutional Giving for the Greater Boston Food Bank) Tuesday, February 17 6-7:30 p.m. Allbritton 311  Dinner will be provided for those who […]

Dr. Martin Luther King Commemoration  —   “We shall overcome:  How far have we come?” All members of the Wesleyan and greater Middletown community are invited to a panel presentation and discussion to explore various perspectives about the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City to commemorate the life, civil rights and social justice legacy […]

We learned that a configuration error resulted in faculty and staff who use Windows PC’s may have had their default printer set to a printer queue in the WSA office.  The configuration has been changed, however please check your printers before sending any print job and verify your default printer.  You can change the default […]

Interested in becoming an RA for the 2015-16 academic year?    Applications are available now in your student portfolio under the Residential Life box.  Applications are due Friday, February 6, 2015 at 12 Noon, EST. All applicants are required to attend one of the following information Sessions: Thursday, January 29, 2015 Information session, 7:00-8:00 p.m., Clark […]

Rehan Mehta ’14 starts his first job out of college at Momofuku in New York. He talks with Wesconnect about the connection between psychology and pastries. #THISISWHY

An exemplar of frontier humanism, John Wesley North, Class of 1841 studied law at Wesleyan and moved West, several times, along the way founding cities, clashing with Mark Twain, and fiercely championing abolition.

Rehan Mehta ’14 starts his first job out of college at Momofuku in New York. He talks with Wesconnect about the connection between psychology and pastries. #THISISWHY

An exemplar of frontier humanism, John Wesley North, Class of 1841 studied law at Wesleyan and moved West, several times, along the way founding cities, clashing with Mark Twain, and fiercely championing abolition.

CFA Arts Administration Intern Chloe Jones ’15 talks with Assistant Professor of Art Sasha Rudensky about the “Picture/Thing” exhibition, which opens in the Main Gallery of Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery on Thursday, January 29, 2015. Admission to the gallery is free. Assistant Professor of Art Sasha Rudensky and Professor of Art Jeffrey Schiff have […]

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