International Education Posters — Submission Deadline: 10/15

The Fries Center for Global Studies (FCGS) is now accepting proposals for posters during International Education Week (November 13 – 17). Posters will be presented during lunch on Tuesday, November 14. We invite students to submit a proposal to share their international experience — including experiences in the United States — to showcase research, internships, … Read moreInternational Education Posters — Submission Deadline: 10/15

Apply to the Green Fund Committee — Deadline 10/2

The Wesleyan Green Fund is now accepting applications for new committee members! The Green Fund Committee is responsible for allocating over $85,000 each year to environmental initiatives led by students, faculty, and staff. The committee meets every Tuesday from 6:30-8:30pm. You can find more information about The Green Fund and examples of projects we have funded on our … Read moreApply to the Green Fund Committee — Deadline 10/2

Prospective PSYC Majors Meeting — 10/2 (Pizza included!)

Overview for Prospective Psychology Majors 10/2  Prof. Matthew Kurtz, department chair, will provide an overview of the major to prospective majors and to review requirements with junior majors. Prof. Kurtz will be available before and after the meeting to sign forms (e.g., study abroad, transfer credits).  Meet our peer advisor, Julia LeJeune ’18. Pizza will … Read moreProspective PSYC Majors Meeting — 10/2 (Pizza included!)

Panel: “Latinx Students and LAST in Critical Conversation” — Wed., 4:30 p.m.

“Latinx Studies and Latin American Studies in Critical Conversation” Speakers: Robert Conn, Diana Schwartz, Paula Park,    Laura Grappo, and Rachel Ellis Neyra Wednesday, September 27th          4:30pm in Judd 116 Sponsored by the Center for the Americas (CAMS) This event will focus on challenging the boundaries of ethnic studies and area studies in relation to diaspora, … Read morePanel: “Latinx Students and LAST in Critical Conversation” — Wed., 4:30 p.m.

Work at Homecoming/Family Weekend — Nov. 3-5 Apps due 10/6 at noon

2021’ers, This year’s Homecoming/Family Weekend (Nov. 3-5) is fast approaching, and we need student employees! Aside from getting paid, you’ll also have the unique opportunity to help out with one of Wesleyan’s most important events, make lasting connections with alumni, and to represent the student body to hundreds of visitors and guests. Potential jobs include … Read moreWork at Homecoming/Family Weekend — Nov. 3-5 Apps due 10/6 at noon

Enjoy Dinner with President Roth! RSVPs due soon!

   Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner with President Roth, Dean Brown, and other Student Affairs staff! Tuesday, October 3, 6:00 p.m., Daniel Family Commons Wednesday, October 4, 6:00 p.m., Daniel Family Commons If you haven’t RSVP’ed yet, RSVP “Yes” here for the Tuesday dinner. RSVP “Yes” here for the Wednesday dinner. Be sure that you … Read moreEnjoy Dinner with President Roth! RSVPs due soon!

How to Plan a Successful Student Event!

Student Activities and Leadership Development (SALD) will be hosting workshops this week and next to better help you plan events on campus.  We will walk you through Room Request (EMS) and the process of how to register a Social Event.  We will also answer any questions you have on budgeting, funding and advertising for your … Read moreHow to Plan a Successful Student Event!

2021’ers: Do the Honor Code Survey!

The Deans’ Office is collaborating with Prof. Rodriguez Mosquera of the Psychology Department on a study about Wesleyan’s Honor Code. This study focuses on students’ perspectives of the Honor Code, and your perspective as a first-year student is especially important for us since you completed a tutorial about it this summer.  Do you have 5 … Read more2021’ers: Do the Honor Code Survey!

Get to Know Your Professors this Fall

Your first semester is not too soon to get to know your professors.  Not only will you feel more confident about course material from going to their office hours (really, they schedule them for you!), but also you will learn more about the department, the discipline/field, research opportunities, and the university.  Make a point to … Read moreGet to Know Your Professors this Fall