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To International Students in the Class of 2017: In anticipation of the bad weather predicted for Friday and the possibility that Ms. Watson may not make it to campus, she will be on campus tonight until 6pm to endorse I-20s and provide travel letters.   Please send Ms. Watson an email at jwatson@wesleyan.edu to request your […]

If you are a senior who has engaged with foreign-language study while at Wesleyan, the rationale below will help you explain to prospective employers the skills you have gained through such a course of study. Why Foreign-Language Study is a Good Idea for Every Student   We assume if you have reasons to learn a particular language (to […]

You are invited to a screening of an Oscar longlisted Ukrainian feature documentary ‘Ukrainian Sheriffs’. Film director Roman Bondarchuk and producer Darya Averchenko will present the film and will be available for Q&A after the screening.  It is a very special film that is currently getting the best reviews in top American film media. Tuesday, December 6, 7:30pm       Powell […]

Go to the Memorial Chapel on Saturday  at 6:00PM for the premier performance of the Women’s Bandura Ensemble of North America. It will be an extraordinary and moving concert of singing and instrumental music. The bandura has long been the voice and soul of Ukraine, its strings echoing the nation’s turbulent history. Structurally, the bandura is similar […]

The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem: Intergenerational Tension, Forbidden Love and Questions of Identity in 20th Century Israel will conclude the series Contemporary Israeli Voices, 2016. Sarit Yisha-Levi’s first novel The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem, became a best seller in Israel, received the Publisher’s Association’s Gold and Platinum Prizes in 2014 as well as the Steimatzky […]

You are cordially invited to the second of three panels on the current refugee crisis, sponsored by the Allbritton Center and the Office of the President, this Wednesday, 2/17, 7PM in PAC 001: The Refugee Experience Steve Poellot, Legal Director, International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) Mohammed Kadalah, UConn Department of Literature, Cultures & Languages; recently […]

Below are programs scheduled by the Office of International Student Affairs and the Wesleyan Career Center to get information to the international student community at Wesleyan about Optional Practical Training (OPT) and Curricular Practical Training (CPT),  internships and employment. Feb. 11, OPT: Get a Job in the US https://www.myinterfase.com/wesleyan/event_view.aspx?token=9lGdUzQiKi6FsBg7ECaPZg%3d%3d Feb. 16, Working After Wes: Options for […]

  The first of three panels on the Syrian refugee crisis will occur next week: The Development of the Crisis and the Response in Europe Robert Ford, former U.S. Ambassador to Syria Marcie Patton, Fairfield University Professor of Politics Bruce Masters, Wesleyan Department of History Moderator: Richard Grossman, Wesleyan Professor of Economics Wednesday, February 3, […]

Going Global Beyond Study Abroad In celebration of International Education Week, join a panel of students knowledgeable of international fellowships, graduate school abroad, international internships, conducting research abroad, securing funding for international research or language study. Panelists will share best practices and recommendations in pursuing these opportunities abroad. The panel will be held in the […]

Romance Languages & Literatures  Open House Monday, October 12, 2015 at Noon The Common Room 300 High Street Food and refreshments Increase your global potential! Study French, Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese, and open the door to life and work experiences on five continents. Major in: French studies: reach 250 million speakers worldwide (blue) Italian studies: […]

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