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Monthly Archive for February, 2017

Why Foreign-Language Study is a Good Idea for Every Student We assume if you have reasons to learn a particular language (to study, work, travel, or live abroad or for resources not fully available in English translation), you already know why it is important. Here are reasons to study any language besides English or whatever […]

The Gordon Career Center has launched a new student funding initiative called the Career Development Grant. This serves as an expansion (and replacement) of the old SuitUp fund. Students can still ask for money to cover interview attire as before, but may now also request funds for things like graduate exam fees, career-related travel expenses, […]

Student Judicial Board Due February 24 As a member of the SJB, you play a major role in caring for not only the student beside you but the Wesleyan community as a whole. This role will provide you with an opportunity to engage in inspiring and critical conversations, where you will develop skills applicable to […]

The Allbritton Center is delighted to present Peter Shumlin, Wesleyan class of 1979, Governor of Vermont from 2011-2017, and arguably the most progressive governor on issues of the environment in the history of the United States. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 7PM, SHANKLIN 107 From his support for dramatic expansion of wind and solar energy to the […]

The Friends of the Wesleyan Library are happy to announce the launch of an Undergraduate Research Prize. The research project, widely conceived, can be from any undergraduate course taken in Spring 2016, Summer 2016, Fall 2016, or Winter 2017 from currently enrolled Wesleyan students. Honors theses are not eligible. Projects will be evaluated based on […]

You are invited to apply for a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship. The objective of MMUF is to address, over time, the problem of underrepresentation in the academy at the level of college and university faculties. This goal can be achieved both by increasing the number of students from underrepresented minority groups (URM) who pursue PhDs […]

Academic Peer Advisors The Deans’ Office is looking for talented and motivated students to become Academic Peer Advisors for the 2017-20178 academic year. Academic Peer Advisors are juniors and seniors who work during New Student Orientation (NSO) and throughout the academic year to support Wesleyan’s faculty advising program and enhance student access to academic resources. […]

STUDENT JUDICIAL BOARD & HONOR BOARD LEADERSHIP POSITIONS for the CLASS of 2019 Applications now available Honor Board Due February 20 The Honor Code is integral to a vibrant and thriving community of learning, research and creativity. It is affirmed by every Wesleyan student each semester. Alleged violations of this Code are adjudicated by the […]

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