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Monthly Archive for November, 2015

Summer 2016 in Oaxaca, Mexico!!!

Information Session: Summer 2016 in Oaxaca, Mexico With Professor of Anthropology, Anu Sharma and Associate Director of Study Abroad, Emily Gorlewski Tuesday, November 17, 2015 South College B2/B3 12-1 p.m. Pizza will be served RSVP to study abroad@wesleyan.edu Course Information Credits: 2 Dates: May 25-Jun 3: Wesleyan Campus/Jun 5-Jun 24: Oaxaca, Mexico Description: This course […]

Study Abroad Stories on 11/12

Study Abroad Stories for Prospective Study Abroad Students 11/12 The Deans’ Office and the Office of Study Abroad are hosting an event for prospective study abroad students featuring students who have recently returned from study abroad. These students have great pictures to show and stories to tell about their experiences, and if you are planning […]

You’re invited to the Fall WHY AMERICAN STUDIES?! FESTIVE GATHERING Music to your ears AMST DJ Food Typhoon Thai food, Lyman’s Orchard Cider, Lucibello’s Almond Cookies Food for Thought Some AMST majors & faculty will for one minute each say something about interdisciplinary & postdisciplinary knowledge without borders questioning the givens & imagining what can […]

  What can you “do” with American Studies? A lot for the rest of your life: you can develop the critical and creative skills to step back from and question the “givens” thrown at you and imagine how the world–or whatever enterprise you become involved in (government, business, law, revolution)–can be made otherwise. Want a […]

Be a Tour Guide!

The Tour Guide position is an opportunity for students to support the recruitment efforts of the Office of Admission. We seek diligent workers who are mature, dependable, energetic, and eager to share their Wesleyan experience. The position is open to students in the class of 2017, 2018 and 2019 who are in good academic standing. […]

A new opportunity for you this SPRING! The Wesleyan Spring Intensive is a new opportunity that will allow you to plunge into a new course every three weeks and to intensively focus on project or topic at a time rather than balancing several. The goal of the program is to give students an opportunity to […]

American Studies Alumni Panel

Dear Sophomores and Frosh, What can you “do” with American Studies? A lot for the rest of your life: you can develop the critical and creative skills to step back from and question the “givens” thrown at you and imagine how the world–or whatever enterprise you become involved in (government, business, law, revolution)–can be made […]

PSYC Majors Meeting – Study Abroad & Community Service Opportunities, and the Psychology Major (all welcome) 11/3 Tuesday, November 3 Judd Hall 116 12 PM – 1 PM Representatives from the Study Abroad Office and the Office of Community Partnerships as well as the department chair will be on hand to provide information about opportunities […]

American Studies Open House

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