The Education Studies Department will be holding our open house on November 6th at 12:15-1:00PM in Judd 103. Learn about the new minor and and how to become a teacher through the ARC program ,which helps students receive their certificate for public teaching in the state of Connecticut.
Psyc Majors Meeting – Study Abroad & Community Service Opportunities 11/6
Monday, November 6
Judd Hall 116
12:20 PM – 1:10 PM
Interested in the Psychology Major?
Representatives from the Study Abroad Office and the Center for Community Partnerships as well as the department chair will be on hand to provide information about opportunities through semester study abroad (transfer credits?) or through participation in the community at home.
Office of Study Abroad – Zehra Abbas, Study Abroad Advisor
Center for Community Partnerships – Diana Martinez, Assistant Director
Psychology Department – Matt Kurtz, Chair (available to sign forms)
Peer Advisor – Julia LeJeune ’18 (drop in hours, Judd 103, Thursdays, 4:00-5:00pm).
Psychology Majors Manual – there are specific requirements to get into the major: http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/about/psychman_post2019.pdf
Major Declaration Request – Prospective student email received from Registrar’s Office after submitting request: http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/declaring_mjr.pdf
Pizza will be provided.
DANZA ORGÁNICA: Marsha Parrilla
TALK and PARTICIPATORY DISCUSSION
Friday, November 3, 1:40PM
Schonberg Studio, 247 Pine Street
Puerto Rico was hit by the worst hurricane in over a century. There is currently a humanitarian crisis. Hurricane María left the entire island without electricity, water, and has taken the homes of thousands of Puerto Ricans. The country is completely devastated. The ecological damage is tremendous, and there is a public health crisis.
- there is no electricity or tap water
- water is contaminated in the entire island (there is a strong need for water filters)
- there are outbreaks of: leptospirosis, conjunctivitis, and gastrointestinal disorders
- around 7,000 additional people are living in shelters post Maria
Danza Orgánica (DO), directed by Marsha Parrilla, is a dance theater company that uses movement to generate awareness around social justice concerns. It’s newest work, MELAZA explores de colonial relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States of America. It has also served as a platform to generate awareness around Hurricane Maria, and raise funds towards grassroots organizations.
Come pick some fresh apples on this annual apple-picking event held by FASA, Freeman Asian Scholars Association. The event is open to everyone on the campus, and there is NO fee for attending the event. Please sign up through this link as soon as possible so that we could do a headcount to see how many buses we need to arrange.
If there’s any question about this please let Yi-Chieh Jamie Cheng (ycheng02) know:
Nov. 18 Sat.
10:00 Bus leaves from Usdan (on Wyllys Ave.)
13:30 Bus leaves Lyman Orchards
You are cordially invited to attend the
Challenge and Resilience
(aka How to Fail Well!)
Tuesday, November 7 at 5:30 p.m.
with Professor Gloster Aaron (BIOL, NS&B) and Chaplain Tracy Mehr-Muska
Join Prof. Aaron and Chaplain Mehr-Muska for a three-course meal and discussionabout challenges and resilience as they draw from their journey through college and to where they are now.
Open to the first 20 first-years who sign up, so sign up now!
Make sure you can commit to the date and time.
Hosted by Dean Brown
During spring semester, a small, project-based section of PSYC105 (Foundations of Contemporary Psychology) will be taught. This special section will provide an introduction to the field of psychology though digital projects that will include video production, editing, post-production and graphic design using Adobe Photoshop and Premiere. Interested students should request section 2.