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Monthly Archive for April, 2009

Talk with the people who’ve been there. This Tuesday, April 28th, at 7:00 pm in Usdan 136 come hear from a panel of seniors from a variety of majors and undertakings about the pros and cons of the honors process. Learn the reality of writing 100 pages before you get a carrel key. Bring your […]

Could you use a workshops from peer advisors for time management and academic strategies.   Here is the link, complete the form and the peer advisers will contact you.   link to the form    

Students are needed to perform in “Unspeakable Acts” or “In the Company of Others” during New Student Orientation 2009.   “In the Company of Others” is a time when four to five students share their experiences and thus spark the conversation of what it means to live in a diverse community. “Unspeakable Acts” is a series of vignettes […]

Learn about the history of student of color at Wesleyan, affirmative action, and the politics of student of color coalition.  This event will consist of a short documentary about Student of Color experience at Wesleyan followed by a discussion panel led by Faculty of Color. The panel includes Prof. Jay Hoggard from the Music department, Dean of Class 2010 Marina Melendez  and Prof. […]

Interested in having $25,000 to pursue your interests in countries outside the U.S.?   Apply for the Watson Fellowship!   Come to the Informational Session on   Wednesday, April 22   4 p.m. PAC002   with Dean Brown and Watson Fellow Aliza Simons ‘09

FRANCES JENSEN Professor of Neurology Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School  Role of Neurotransmiter SysemMaturation in Neonatal BrainInjury and Seizures: Translational Implications   Thursday, April 23, 2009 12:00 Noon 107 Shanklin Host:  Janice Naegele  

Women in Science

        Some events coming up as the semester draws to a close: Friday April 17, 1:30 – 3 pm, Exley Lobby Celebration of Science Theses. BA and MA honors thesis students in Natural Science and Mathematics will present their research to peers and the community in a poster session in the Exley Science Center Lobby. […]

Juniors:   Strong GPA? Want to pursue your passion abroad after graduating? Ready to do something challenging and prestigious?    Louise Brown, Dean for Academic Advancement Carolyn Sorkin, Director of International Studies Krishna Winston, Dean of the Arts and Humanities   discuss preparing and applying for   International   Post-Graduate Fellowships   Baden-Wurttemberg Exchange Fulbright […]

STUDENT AFFAIRS SPEAKER SERIES  Presents A Panel Discussion  America’s Turmoil:  Examining Current Issues in a Multi-pronged Approach  President Barack Obama and his administration have presented the current economic stimulus bill as one leg of a multi-pronged approach to reverse the cultural and financial recession that is engulfing the US and most of the world.    […]

Attention Juniors! As a reminder, if you are thinking about writing an Honors thesis next year, please consider attending one of the Honors Informational Sessions being held in Fisk 210 on the following dates: Tuesday, April 7 at 12:15 pm Wednesday, April 15 at 4:15 pm *Please note that the session originally planned for Thursday, […]

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