African American Studies is holding an information session on Monday, April 6 to advertise courses and other possibilities for students, including HIST 217 Africa to 1800, ARHA 299 African History and Art, GOVT 324 Africa in World Politics, and multipl…
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All rising seniors who are considering undertaking an honors thesis are invited to attend an Honors Info Session. This is your opportunity to have your individual questions answered. The presenters will be: David Phillips, Dean for the Class of 2016 Joseph Rouse, Chair of the Honors Committee Susan Krajewski, Associate Registrar and administrator for Honors […]
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 […]
A new opportunity available to Wesleyan students next spring! Information sessions: Thursday, 4/2 at 12:30 – pizza lunch in Usdan 110 Tuesday, 4/7 at 7:30 in Usdan 110 The Wesleyan “Spring Intensive” will allow students to plunge into a new course every three weeks and to intensively focus on one course at a time rather […]
Come have dinner and learn from alumni, current graduate students and staff about the ins and outs of graduate school and the application process. Panelists Eugene Wong ’09, Economics and Math double major MBA 2015, Yale School of Management Andrea DePetris ’10, Psychology major PhD 2016, University of Connecticut, Clinical Psychology Emily Goettsche ’12, Neuroscience […]
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Nominate up to three Wesleyan professors Here’s a way you can recognize the Wesleyan teachers who had an enduring impact on your academic or personal development. Nominations are open for the 2015 Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching. You can nominate after logging in to wesconnect. http://wesconnect.wesleyan.edu/s/1318/index.aspx?sid=1318&gid=1&pgid=1000&ref=deans If you have any questions, please contact Kathy […]
Digital Wesleyan will be offering a Programming Workshop open to all students – no prior experience necessary. In 6 Saturday sessions, you’ll learn programming fundamentals, the coding language Python, and meet connected alumni working in the tech industry. The last day will be a demo day on which you can show off what you’ve built! […]
Q&A with the Psychology Chair Dec. 2nd (Tues.), 12-1pm Judd 116 If you have been trying to meet with the chair of psychology, this is the meeting to attend. (Helpful info on the major: http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/about/psychman.pdf). Pizza will be provided.
History 171 – War Comes to Middletown Ronald Schatz Department of History One hundred years ago World War I changed the world. Known as the Great War, the war had global impact. The class “War Comes to Middletown” (HIST171) explores an impact of events of global magnitude on one community. Focused in Middletown, the course […]