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Power Body Language for Career Success – 4/2, 8 – 9:30pm

Are you preparing for a job interview, internship, or seeking to expand your networking capabilities? Strong communication skills are one of the highest predictors of career success, however, we more often think about what to say instead of how we say it.

Nonverbal communication accounts for up to 93% of communication between people, leaving 7% to the words we actually speak. In this workshop, we will explore how harnessing our nonverbal communication will give us a competitive edge in today’s competitive job market. Participants will learn how to leverage their body language to increase their influence, personal power, and ability to connect with people on a subconscious level.

Harnessing our own nonverbal communication is essential in conveying our personal brand, making a remarkable first impression, building relationships, and influencing others.

Nate Taylor ’18 is leading a workshop on body language for career success. Nate grew up in Brooklyn, NY and is a senior psychology major at Wesleyan University. He has been studying nonverbal communication for seven years and coaches business professionals, entrepreneurs, and college students on achieving their goals. Nate is currently becoming a certified body language trainer and is launching a coaching business to help students and professionals to harness the power of nonverbal communication to increase their capacity for success as leaders and change makers.


-Inspire attendees to leverage the power of body language.

-Use the science of nonverbal communication to give actionable and effective communication strategies.

-Show how nonverbal communication can increase personal and career success.


Skills Learned

-How to use nonverbal communication to improve presence.

-How to nonverbally build relationships.

-The nonverbal science of connection and engagement.-

-How to connect with professors, students, colleagues, coworkers, and bosses in a new way.


Pre-registration required! Limit to 20 students.

Register on Handshake: https://wesleyan.joinhandshake.com/events/143916/share_preview  

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Applications are now open for two exciting courses that provide a deep dive into the realm of social impact and social entrepreneurship work. Applications are open until 11:59 pm on April 13. Applicants will be notified by 9:00 am on April 18th.

The Patricelli Center Fellowship (CSPL264 and CSPL265) is a year-long, project-based learning opportunity for entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, and changemakers. They are seeking highly-dedicated students who wish to take a deep dive into social impact work. Some students enroll with a specific venture in mind, while others designed a project or join a team after the course begins.

The Jewett Center Board Residency Program (CSPL280 and CSPL281) provides an opportunity for Wes students to learn about the nonprofit sector while serving as non-voting members of a local board of directors. In addition to a weekly lecture on campus, we got to attend board meetings, actively participate in board committees, and complete board-level projects.

Drop-In Hours

Monday, April 2 – 10:00-4:00

Tuesday, April 3 – 10:00-11:30, 3:00-5:00

Wednesday, April 4 – 10:00-4:00

Thursday, April 5 – 10:00-11:30, 3:00-5:00

Friday, April 6 – 10:00-4:00

Friday, March 30, 12:00-1:30
Theater Studio
Hear from this panel of alumni on how they launched their first steps into the professional theater world. Bring your questions and join in a discussion that will provide you with practical advice and encouragement. Don’t miss this valuable opportunity!

Panelists include:

Suzanne Appel ’02,
Yale MFA, Theater Management, Yale MBA, Non-Profit Management
Managing Director, Vineyard Theater, NY
Managing leader of $3 Million off-Broadway theater company dedicated to producing bold new plays and musicals

Gian-Murray Gianino ’00
Actor/Teacher, SITI Company, NY
Performs and teaches regionally and internationally with a theater company focused on making compelling theater, teaching innovative training and fostering global exchange

Miranda Haymon ’16
Directing Fellow, Roundabout Theater Company, NY
Leads contemporary approaches to classical plays and directs stage adaptations of literature that incorporates new technology, nontraditional casting, dance and music in pursuit of a unique, interdisciplinary theater

Hanako Rodriguez ’15
Freelance Stage Manager, NY
Creates successful productions focused on works written by underrepresented voices

Lunch provided (vegan option)

Presented by the Wesleyan Theater Department with support by the Gordon Career Center

For more information and to register for this event on Handshake, please visit the link below: https://wesleyan.joinhandshake.com/events/141708

Dear Class of 2019,


A reminder that applications for Senior Interviewer are due this Wednesday, March 21; the application can be found here: https://goo.gl/forms/WThBt4t6pMw4cUck1 

If you submit an application you will receive an email with a link to sign up for a group interview which start on Monday, March 26th.  All group interviews will take place at noon the week of the 26th, unless we cannot accommodate the entire pool in which case we will add an evening session.


Thanks for your interest in being a Senior Interviewer.





Chris Lanser

Associate Dean of Admission

Director, QuestBridge Admission

Wesleyan University

All members of the junior class are invited to apply for a semester-long Student Fellowship at the Center for the Humanities.  Applications can be submitted starting on Friday, March 9, 2018. A total of Eight Student Fellowships will be awarded by the Center’s Advisory Board (Four Student Fellows for each semester).  Student Fellows share an office at the Center and take part in Center activities. Among these events are the Center’s Monday Night Lecture series; colloquial discussions on Tuesdays, 10:30-1:00; and occasional Center conferences. One course credit is awarded for a Student Fellow’s participation in the Center’s activities.


Applicants for a Student Fellowship must be planning to do a senior project (usually an honors thesis) on a topic related to a Center theme for the year.  The project need not be underway at the time of the application.  The themes for each semester will be broadly construed and connect with projects and problems across the disciplines. The Student Fellows will work closely with Faculty Fellows at the Center as well as with Visiting Research Fellows and Postdoctoral Fellows.


Applications for student fellowships are due at the Center by Monday, April 2, 21018.  http://wesleyan.edu/humanities/fellowships/students.html



The speaker is Kirk Johnson, the Sant Director of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, and formerly first curator of the Wesleyan museum. 

His talk is entitled “Natural History in the Age of Humans” and its abstract is as follows:

“Natural history museums represent a fundamental tool to understand and preserve Earth’s natural and cultural heritage. The public perception of museums as educational experiences masks their deeper value to human society as the creators and keepers of our knowledge of the natural and cultural world. With a rapidly growing world population, food insecurity, infectious diseases, and invasive species are problems that may find their solution in the genomics of biodiversity housed in museum collections. Minerals, meteorites, and fossils are the physical evidence of the planet’s history, climate, biological evolution, and resource base. In an increasingly digital era, museums are one of the last bastions of the real thing. “

It will be held in Shanklin 107 on March 1st from 7:30-8:30pm, followed by a catered reception at Woodhead lounge (Exley 184).

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