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Monthly Archive for November, 2016

“Professor Meet-and-Greet” – Thurs., 12/1, 4:30 p.m., Judd 113 Come learn more about ongoing research on campus! PSI CHI (Wesleyan’s psychology honor society) is hosting a Professor Meet-and-Greet with Prof. Royette Tavernier. Prof. Tavernier is a developmental psychologist, whose research program examines the link between sleep and psychosocial adjustment. This is a great way to […]

If you are interested in taking a Winter Session course, register as soon as possible! To register for Winter Session, print the form from the bucket in your portfolio, complete the form, have your advisor sign it, and bring the form with payment to the Winter Session office (74 Wyllys Ave). You can also prepay […]

      JUMMAH ON THE GREEN Friday, 18th 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm Venue: Huss Courtyard (Outside Usdan) Rain Location: Zelnick Pavilion The Muslim community on campus invites you to join them for Jummah, a weekly prayer service. In light of the current political climate, we find it especially important to engage in dialogue […]

  A COMMON MOMENT FOR AN UNCOMMON TIME Connecting body, spirit and well being. DAC COURTYARD in the CFA, 4pm Friday. As our diverse campus community in a multitude of ways processes the election results, we wanted to offer students, faculty and staff an opportunity to come together for contemplation and healing. We intend to […]

The position will start in January. More information can be found here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/finaid/employment/job-postings/Admission/Admission%20Intern%20-%20ADM56.html

The Wesleyan Sustainability Office is seeking frosh and sophomores to serve as Eco Facilitators for Spring 2017 and the 2017-2018 school year! The Eco Facilitators are a group of about 15 students who work closely with freshman dorms to promote sustainable and environmentally-friendly lifestyles on campus within the context of global climate change and social […]

NEW COURSE: CGST210 Q: What is linguistics? A: It’s the study of language, its structures, and the way it works. We’re pleased to be re-introducing into the Wesleyan curriculum an introductory course on Linguistics, to be taught by Prof. Louise Neary in Spring 2017. This course will introduce students to some of the principal areas […]

Policing the Planet 11/9

“Policing the Planet: Why the Policing Crisis Led to Black Lives Matter” A talk by Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton Wednesday, November 9, 2016 • 4:30-6:00 pm Smith Reading Room, 1st floor Olin Library 252 Church Street, Middletown Camp and Heatherton trace the global spread of the broken-windows policing strategy that was first established […]

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