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Monthly Archive for March, 2015

Calling all student leaders, graphic designers, and design thinkers on campus… Kai Wes and the “Innovation Through Design Thinking” students are bringing J. Dontrese Brown – a motivational creative design professional and a former creative director – to impart the following skills and lessons (and more): Establish credibility with the organization’s key stakeholders as creative strategist within […]

reSET is a Hartford-based nonprofit organization working to “promote, preserve, and protect social enterprise as a viable concept and a business reality.” They aspire to make Connecticut – with the help of talented students like you – a hub for ventures that address our communities’ social and environmental needs. Applications are open now for the newly […]

The Wesleyan Sustainability Office is seeking rising sophomores and juniors to serve as Eco Facilitators for the 2015-2016 school year. Eco Facilitators are peer-to-peer sustainability educators who promote energy and water conservation, waste reduction, and other sustainable habits on campus. In the fall, EFs will enroll in a semester-long student forum designed to equip them with […]

Wesleyan’s Center for Prison Education is currently seeking students who are passionate about social justice and access to higher education to serve as Peer Tutors and Research Interns during the 2015-2016 academic year. Peer Tutors work with CPE students to complete course assignments and develop writing skills. Tutors travel to the prison either once or twice per week for […]

If you are interested in hunger and housing issues in the greater Middletown community, apply to serve as coordinator for the following groups! Both positions are partially paid and are official Office of Community Service staff positions. Bread Salvage: Bread Salvage is a program that salvages bread from the Cromwell Freihofer’s outlet and delivers it to students at […]

In the final lecture of the Centralization and Decentralization series hosted by the Allbritton Center Collaborative Cluster Initiative, Heather Gerken – J. Skelly Wright Professor of Law at Yale Law School – will discuss “the Loyal Opposition”: The term “loyal opposition” is not often used in American debates because we believe that we lack an institutional […]

Jack Dougherty – the Harber Fellow for Spring 2015 in Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life – will deliver a lecture on Monday, April 6 titled “On the Line: How Schooling, Housing, and Civil Rights Shaped Hartford and its Suburbs.” A digital-first, open-access book-in-progress of the same name is available here through Trinity […]

On Friday, April 3 will be an info session at noon in Allbritton 311 for Wesleyan’s Civic Engagement Certificate, a unique program that encourages students to reflect on their civic life and integrate it with their academics. This is a great opportunity to ask current CEC students about their experiences, learn about upcoming courses, and get ideas for your practicum […]

The Deans’ Office is looking for talented and motivated students to become Academic Peer Advisors and New Student Orientation Peer Advisors. Academic Peer Advisors are juniors, seniors and exceptional sophomores who work over the summer and throughout New Student Orientation to support Wesleyan’s faculty advising program and enhance student access to academic resources. NSO Peer […]

All members of the junior class are invited to apply for a semester-long Student Fellowship at the Center for the Humanities each academic year. Four Student Fellowships are awarded by the Center’s Advisory Board for each semester.  Student Fellows share an office at the Center and take part in Center activities. Among these events are […]

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