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Are you thinking about your future career or considering going to grad/med/law school? Do you have a lot of questions about life post-Wes? Do you enjoy FREE MONDO PIZZA? Join the woodframe & Fauver CAs at the Alumni Career Panel where you can ask Wesleyan alumni all of your questions! Thursday, APRIL 23rd, 6pm – […]

Community Advisors Jenna Starr, Nikki Dodd, Marjahn Finlayson and Talia Bauerer are bringing five remarkable alumni to campus on Thursday, April 23 for another career panel discussion! Come hear from the following panelists about their career paths, experiences in graduate or professional school, and lessons learned about life after Wes: Melissa McCaw ’01, Budget Director […]

FRIENDS OF THE WESLEYAN LIBRARY ANNUAL MEETING “Heroes for All Time: Connecticut’s Civil War Soldiers Tell Their Stories” — A talk by Dione Longley ‘82 Tuesday, April 21, 2015 • 7:00 pm Develin Room, 2nd floor, Olin Memorial Library, 252 Church Street, Middletown Free and open to the public. An exhibit of Civil War materials from […]

The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship presents HOW TO WRITE A WINNING BUSINESS PLAN & DO A STELLAR PRESENTATION A workshop and lunch with Rebecca Knight ’98, Freelance journalist, 2015 Kim-Frank Family University Writer-in-Residence at Wesleyan, and Harvard Business Review columnist    Monday, April 2012-1 p.m.Usdan 108 Lunch will be provided for those who register by April 17. […]

The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship presents LESSONS FROM A LIFE IN SEX AND MINISTRY A Talk, Lunch, and Q&A with Debra W. Haffner ’76 Wednesday, April 22 12-1 p.m. Usdan 108 Lunch will be provided for those who register by April 20. As an undergraduate at Wesleyan, Debra Haffner was a vocal activist for […]

Julie Burstein ’80, creator of WNYC’s Studio 360, best-selling author, and TED speaker, will be giving a talk on the power of listening at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, April 8 in the CFA Hall. She will discuss how her experience as a DJ at WESU sparked her passion for finding and telling stories, and will reveal the questions […]

In the final event hosted by Kai Entrepreneurship Wesleyan this semester, Erin Boggs ’93 will visit campus to speak about her work with the Open Communities Alliance, a Connecticut-based civil rights organization. She also discuss how gentrification and the segregation of neighborhoods creates unequal opportunities in terms of education, health care, and job prospects, and how we as […]

Muzzy Rosenblatt ’87 — CEO of Bowery Residents Committee, member of the Wesleyan Board of Trustees, and a founding member of the PCSE Advisory Board — wrote with this offer. Please make a gift to the JooMah campaign on Wednesday, April 1, and maximize Muzzy’s challenge! Where passion for change meets practical idealism you find Wesleyan alum who […]

Kai Entrepreneurship Wesleyan – a student group promoting openness, inclusion, and community in entrepreneurship – will travel to New York City on Saturday, April 4 the visit with several alumni who are working in the tech scene. Transportation, lunch, and dinner will be provided, and applications are due on March 28. Check their blog for […]

An opportunity from Mitch Fehr ’16 and Aly Raboff ’16, the Green Corps On-Campus Interns: Green Corps is coming back to campus! Please join us on Thursday, March 26 from 6-8 PM in 45 Wyllys room 114 for an on-campus activist training workshop led by Isabel Stern ’14, a Green Corps-trained activist organizer and Wes alum. The workshop will […]

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