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Monthly Archive for September, 2018

Weseminar: Natural History Collections in the Liberal Arts Education Saturday, September 29th | ESC058 Abstract: In the Methodist tradition, Wesleyan sought to put natural sciences on an equal footing to the classics in its early days. In 1871, the Wesleyan Museum opened in Judd Hall, with large and varied collections organized as the curiosity cabinets […]

Careers for the Common Good 10/1

Careers for the Common Good: A panel discussion about meaningful work after Wesleyan Monday, October 1 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM Gordon Career Center Panelists: Ila Shah ’00, Managing Director at College of Social Innovation. She has worked in talent acquisition for non-profit organizations across the U.S. in areas such as education, healthcare, and philanthropy. […]

Survivor Empowerment Workshop

Composting at Senior Houses

Hi seniors! Did you know that there is an easy way to compost on campus? If you fill out this form, you can have a compost bucket delivered right to your door! These buckets are for any non-meat foodwastes, and can be easily kept outside. Once you get your bucket, you can deposit the food […]

WES AFAM turns 50!

Wes AFAM Turns 50 Talks and Events on Blackness, Race, Sexuality and Power Fall 2018 “Solidarity, Intersectionality, & Resisting Oppression” Feminist philosopher Carol Hay September 20th at 4:30 Russell House Sponsored by Philosophy Department Boukman Eksperyans & Paul Beaubrun – Haitian Music September 20th at 7pm Nic Lounge Sponsored by African American Studies and Music […]

Pizza (or cookies) for your thoughts? ITS is undergoing an external review. We have hired an outside firm that specializes in working with higher ed institutions to help us: Gain a fresh perspective on our use and management of technology Identify opportunities to design future ITS services Assess ITS service delivery mechanisms, practices, and development […]


Accelerate: Prepare for Fall Recruiting Friday, September 14th • 10am – 1pm Lunch Provided Accelerate is a job search boot camp for seniors and juniors planning on applying for positions via the Gordon Career Center’s Fall On-Campus Recruiting program. It is intended to provide you will real time guidance in order to prepare for interviews […]

Last chance to join MUSC 241!

Employing approaches as diverse as the music it celebrates, MUSC 241 investigates the theories and sounds of medieval and Renaissance musicians. It addresses a broad spectrum of issues, such as the status of musicians, the politics of religion, experimentation, and the construction of alternative identities. It balances overarching narratives with extensive profiles on some of […]

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