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Monthly Archive for September, 2011

Deciphering Pakistan and US-Pakistan Relations September 30th – October 1st, 2011 Wesleyan University – Middletown, CT Free Entry The Wesleyan International Relations Association would like to invite you to its 2011 Conference, “Deciphering Pakistan and US-Pakistan Relations,” organized in collaboration with the Wesleyan Pakistan Flood Relief Initiative and Wesleyan South Asian Studies Faculty. The conference […]

Oluwaremilekun (Remy) Ojurongbe had an internship doing research at the USDA-ARS in Beltsville, MD.  She worked in the Sustainable Agricultural Systems Lab conducting research on greenhouse gases emitted from crops and soil. She worked on the USDA farm, where she learned about organic farming, soil and plant science. It was a lot of messy work but […]

Wesleyan students land outstanding internships every summer.  This workshop will review the tools and resources you need to make your summer a productive and stimulating experience. Sponsored by Wesleyan Career Center

   This workshop will review the process of choosing an academic major with an eye on its connection to your future career.  There is no single “correct” major for you or for a particular field or industry.  And, yes, you can major in anything that interests you, and still land a “real” job after graduation. […]

Dear Student, Hello and Shalom from Wesleyan’s Director of Religious and Spiritual Life and Rabbi. I wanted to wish everyone a meaningful and productive year, and remind students of the university’s policy on class attendance and religious holidays. Any student who is planning to miss classes during the upcoming Jewish holidays Rosh HaShanah/Yom Kippur, September […]

Although Kayla Reiman plans to major in Religion at Wes, she also is a serious violinist, and spent her entire summer focused on improving her musical skill level. In addition to attending a week-long Suzuki Violin Teacher Training in Eugene, Oregon, and spending another week at a Folk Music camp in Washington, she was accepted […]

Second MATH211.01 Problem Solving for the Putnam Collins,Karen L. ….R.. 07:00PM-09:00PM, Loc:SCIE601 Second PHED105.01 Fencing Lackey,Gale ..T.R.. 10:30AM-11:50AM, Loc:QUARTER2 Second PHED106.02 Fitness, Beginning Whalen,Michael F. .M.W.F. 12:00PM-12:50PM, Loc:QUARTER2 Second PHED118.04 Strength Training, Intro Raba,John G. .M.W.F. 02:40PM-03:30PM, Loc:QUARTER2 Second PHED120.02 Swimming, Beginning Tynan,Patrick .M.W.F. 10:00AM-10:50AM, Loc:QUARTER2 Second PHED121.01 Swimming, Advanced Beginner   .M.W.F. 11:00AM-11:50AM, Loc:QUARTER2 […]

Notes from Dean Melendez September 22, 2011 Now that courses have been selected and you are settling into a schedule, here is important information from the Registrar: Now that Drop/Add has been completed, students need to confirm the accuracy of their course schedule. Students are being asked to review and confirm their schedules by 5pm […]

Over the summer, Elizabeth Deatrick was the Workshops Intern at 826michigan.  826michigan is the Ann Arbor branch of a national writing and tutoring organization, founded by Dave Eggers, which provides tutoring and creative writing instruction to students ages 6 through 18.  Elizabeth spent her days working alongside awesome people and coaching children in the art […]

Peer Health Advocates!

WesWELL is dedicated to promoting and delivering health promotion awareness events and activities. In order to most effectively reach the Wesleyan student body, we have Peer Health Advocates, a community of Wesleyan students interested in proactively addressing health issues on campus. The PHAs are the soul of WesWELL’s peer-led health education efforts and integral to […]

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