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Monthly Archive for January, 2017

How does our institution act out its democratic and civic values? This semester, a group of people from around campus and from the community (see the full list here) are trying to answer that question. Our goal is to develop an actionable plan that articulates Wesleyan’s commitment to and value placed on the public purpose…

Stephanie Washburn ’03, a new art professor at SBCC, is currently featured in an exhibit at the school’s Atkinson Gallery.

Stephanie Washburn ’03, a new art professor at SBCC, is currently featured in an exhibit at the school’s Atkinson Gallery.

After a six-week Winter Recess, university housing re-opened for all undergraduates on Jan. 24 and the spring semester commenced on Jan. 26. Read more: http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2017/01/26/undergraduates-begin-spring-semester/

FIST 224 – COL 224 – ITAL 224 – MDST 223 Prof. F.M. Aresu – faresu@wesleyan.edu | Monday and Friday, 10:50 AM – 12:10 PM | FISK210 Foundations of Modernity:  The Cultures of the Italian Renaissance In this course we will critically explore the intellectual achievements of the Italian Renaissance through a detailed analysis of […]

  This spring, the Center for the Study of Public Life (CSPL) is showcasing several classes taught by some exciting and unusual visitors, in addition to some wonderful classes taught by Wesleyan professors. The following courses still have seats available: Community Research Seminar (SOC 316), cross-listed with ENVS, the Civic Engagement Certificate, and the Environmental […]

**NEW AND TIMELY COURSE FOR THIS COMING SEMESTER!** FIST229: POLITICAL TURMOIL: “What just happened? What’s going to happen? What do we do now?” Prof. Meg Furniss Weisberg <mweisberg@wesleyan.edu> Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:20-2:40pm https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?crse=014857&term=1171 Political turmoil, while disconcerting to say the least, is nothing new. This course will look at case studies from different times and regions […]

Each year, the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship awards three $5,000 seed grants to fund the launch or early-stage growth of a project, program, or venture. TRAP House — currently led by Gabe Weinreb ’18, Irvine Peck’s-Agaya ’18, and Will Barr ’18 — was one of last year’s winners. This is their third report since receiving funding from…

Each year, the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship awards three $5,000 seed grants to fund the launch or early-stage growth of a project, program, or venture. Walking Elephants Home, run by Becca Winkler ’16, was one of last year’s winners. This is Becca’s third report since receiving funding from the PCSE in March 2016. You…

These photos are from Monday, January 9 of the Volkswagen Brasilia that is part of one of the works in the upcoming exhibition, Clarissa Tossin: Stereoscopic Vision, being brought into the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery. The opening reception will be held on Tuesday, January 31 at 4:30 p.m. Photos by John Elmore. Click here to view the […]

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