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Monthly Archive for November, 2016

Juniors – Please be sure to complete your course and teaching evaluations to avoid delays in seeing your course grades. There are now two forms of the evaluations. – Dean Thornton New Teaching Evaluations Update Wesleyan is implementing a new teaching evaluation form this fall.  The majority of classes will use the new teaching evaluation […]

“Professor Meet-and-Greet” – Thurs., 12/1, 4:30 p.m., Judd 113 Come learn more about ongoing research on campus! PSI CHI  (Wesleyan’s psychology honor society) is hosting a Professor Meet-and-Greet with Prof. Royette Tavernier.  Prof. Tavernier is a developmental psychologist, whose research program examines the link between sleep and psychosocial adjustment. This is a great way to get to know […]

The University of Michigan invites outstanding individuals to apply for the Michigan Humanities Emerging Research Scholars Program (MICHHERS). This program is designed to encourage rising seniors, recent B.A.s and terminal Master’s students from diverse cultural, economic, geographic, and ethnic backgrounds to consider pursuing a doctoral degree in humanities at the University of Michigan. Our goal is to […]

NEW COURSE:  CGST210 Q:  What is linguistics? A: It’s the study of language, its structures, and the way it works. We’re pleased to be re-introducing into the Wesleyan curriculum an introductory course on Linguistics, to be taught by Prof. Louise Neary in Spring 2017.  This course will introduce students to some of the principal areas […]

Please register for the upcoming class dinner with Wesleyan alumnae and current Visiting Professor Corinna Zeltsman. Professor Zeltsman will discuss her motivation to pursue graduate school and some of her experiences and advice. The dinner will be catered by Typhoon Thai Restaurant on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 * Allbritton Center Room 311 * 6:00 PM […]

Professor Lisa Dierker will offer a small section of PSYC105 (Foundation of Contemporary Psychology) in Spring 2016 to teach content through digital projects. It is a nice opportunity for junior non-psych majors to pick up an SBS gen ed as a small project-based section. The section (2) is POI.   For additional information, write to Professor Dierker at ldierker@wesleyan.edu

Career Planning 101 As juniors you are probably wondering what you should be doing to prepare for a summer internship, or life after Wesleyan. Come to a special event to welcome members of the Class of 2018 to the Gordon Career Center. Learn how we can help you define your career interests, articulate the value of your […]

Dear 2018’ers, I am writing to remind you that pre-registration for the Spring 2017 starts today. There are three parts to the process: Planning – from today, Tuesday, 11/1/16 (at 8:30 am) until Monday, 11/14/16 (at 5 pm) Scheduling – Tuesday, 11/15/16 Adjustment – from Wednesday, 11/16/16 (at 8 am) until Tuesday, 11/22/16 (at 5 […]