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Working on a project and need a sounding board or mentor? Have an idea but don’t know where to begin? Want to practice your networking skills? Or just curious about life after Wesleyan? These Wesleyan alumni want to meet with you, hear about your work or aspirations, and share advice based on their experiences as […]

In July, the Patricelli Center announced that – through the generosity of Tim Freundlich ’90 and Bob Miller P’99 P’02 – Hannah Lewis ’12 and Oladoyin Oladapo ’14 were awarded SOCAP14 scholarships. Earlier this month, Hannah and Oladoyin attended the Social Capital Markets conference in San Francisco. You can read their reflections below and watch highlights from SOCAP on YouTube. FROM HANNAH So, […]

  The perfect Family Weekend activity! Over 3,000 books for sale on Saturday, September 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the lobby of Olin Memorial Library, 252 Church St., Middletown, CT.  A great selection of academic and popular books, most priced $1 to $5, with better books $10+.  Cash and checks accepted.   […]

Back in the spring some WesChat members who use Gmail began reporting increased cases of emails from some list members going to their Spam folders. In late summer, with help from ITS, the Alumni Helpdesk made some technical changes (by activating DKIM on Lyris) to increase “deliverability” for messages passing through the WesChat list. Unfortunately the changes […]

Wesconnect outage

12:10 p.m.: Wesconnect experienced a brief outage today between 11:55 a.m. and 12:05 p.m. Eastern. We’ll provide more information once we have it. Apologies to the inconvenience caused by anyone using the site at the time. Status information can be found at status.imodules.com.

2014 Friends of the Wesleyan Library Constitution Day lecture by David Rabban ‘ 71 “Free Speech, Academic Freedom, and the American University” Wednesday, September 17, 2014 – 7:00 pm Smith Reading Room, Olin Memorial Library, 252 Church Street, Middletown Free and open to the public. This talk will cover the judicial treatment of free speech […]

Last spring, Francesca Moree ’14 was selected for an IDEX Fellowship working with VOICE 4 Girls in Hyderabad, India. VOICE’s mission is to enable marginalized adolescent girls in India to take charge of their futures by imparting critical knowledge, spoken English, and life skills through activity-based camps and mentorship programs. IDEX Fellows are required to […]

In the summer of 1964, over 1,000 volunteers from across the United States - many of them college students – traveled to the Deep South as a part of Freedom Summer, or the Mississippi Summer Project, to assist local civil rights workers in getting black Mississippians to the voting polls. Despite intimidation and violence from the […]

Hopscotch is an award-winning and immensely fun iPad app that uses a visual programming language to teach kids (or anyone, really) to code. Liza Conrad ’11 reached out to the PCSE about two very exciting positions at the startup, and recent grads in New York with an interest in technology education should certainly take a look: 1. […]

The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship presents SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING Tuesday, October 14 6-8 p.m. Allbritton 311 Register HERE by October 13 Entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, and changemakers of all kinds must learn to speak the language of finance in order to clearly communicate their vision and plans. […]

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