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Monthly Archive for October, 2008

Careers for the Common Good

The Next CRC event:  Careers in National Security, will be held on Friday, 11/7, 12:00pn-1:00pm, Butt A Lounge. Speakers will be: Stehpen King ’87, the former Director of Investigations and Law Enforcement in the White House Office of Homeland Security, and currently Senior Counsel with Raytheon Company; and Eric Donelan ’02, Special Agent, U.S. Dept. […]

Latino Awareness Month

Wednesday, Oct. 29: Nagarote-Wesleyan Partnership – Usdan 108 Guest Speaker: Gloria Alba Andino Lopez: “DR-CAFTA & the Roots of Migration: How Free Trade Agreements hurt the Environment, Workers, and You” Ms. Lopez is a community leader and activist from El Regadío, Estelí, Nicaragua. She has represented organized resistance against the detrimental impacts of neoliberal economic […]

The Honor Board is now accepting applications from the junior class for an opening on the Board for the upcoming academic year. The standards of academic conduct that constitute the Honor Code are enforced by students through the Honor Board. The Board, which adjudicates violations of the Honor Code, exists for several related reasons: to […]

Wesleyan World Wednesdays and the Student Affairs Speaker Series Present A screening of: Sick Around the World Followed by a panel discussion Tuesday October 21st 6:30pm Daniel Family Commons In Sick Around the World, FRONTLINE teams up with veteran Washington Post foreign correspondent T.R. Reid to find out how five other capitalist democracies — the […]

CAREERS in POLICY/LIVES in SERVICE sponsored by the CRC Careers for the Common Good Program, Fall 2008 Careers for the Common Good 2008/2009 presents Careers in Policy/Lives in Service, a series of events including Wesleyan alumni with deep and varied experience in public service. They will share their career stories, knowledge of the field, and […]

Subject: Urban Education Application Deadline Interested in real world experiences in teaching, community development, urban issues and public education? The URBAN EDUCATION SEMESTER is an interdisciplinary, academic immersion program offered in both fall and spring semesters. The program combines SUPERVISED fieldwork in the NYC schools with coursework and an advisement seminar at Bank St. College […]

Come and Join us Celebrate Rocktoberfest on Thursday, October 16th, 2008. Wesleyan Dining is Proudly Featuring Music from Busted Roses:  Louise Brown (Dean of Class ’09)  Barry Chernoff (Earth and Environmental Sciences)  Marc Goldstein  Rob Rosenthal (Sociology)  Gil Skillman (Economics)  Michael Roth as Musical Guest Wesleyan Dining will be […]

HOMECOMING EVENT SPONSORED BY CRC: Joseph L. Wright, MD, MPH ’79 Executive Director of the Child Health Advocacy Institute, Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC and Kathy Cumberbatch Montague DMD, ’95 Public Health Dentist, Generations Family Medical Center, Willimantic, CT  Sunday, October 19 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Usdan University Center Andersen Meeting Room (Room […]

Monday, October 13: SIT (School for International Training) Information Session Noon – 1:00 p.m. 302 Fisk Hall

Careers in Education Panel (informal) Next Monday, Oct. 6, 7 – 8 p.m. at the CRC. Five Wes alumni will speak on careers in public schools, careers in independent schools and careers in universities. Some folks will discuss using Teacher Placement Agencies who are coming to campus in the next two weeks (check MyCRC calendar […]

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