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Monthly Archive for January, 2017

Have you heard of grants, fellowships and scholarships like the Fulbright? Or Marshall and Rhodes? Want to move to New Zealand after graduation? Join Kate Smith, Associate Director of Fellowships, Internships and Exchanges to learn more about incorporating your experience into internships, graduate school and after graduation by attending one of the following upcoming events: […]

THE COLLEGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT ANNOUNCES 2017 SUMMER AND FALL INTERNSHIPS! The College of the Environment announces 2017 summer and fall internships. This year, we are using an online application process that can be accessed from our website – www.wesleyan.edu/coe under the column labeled COE INTERNSHIPS. Please read the memorandum from Director Barry Chernoff for […]

2018’ers, Welcome to the second semester of your junior year at Wesleyan University. For most of you time seems to be passing at lightning speed as you are immersed fully in your majors and personal pursuits. Please visit the class of 2018 blog at http://classof2018.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2016/10/13/juniors-preparing-for-graduation-in-senior-year-or-december-completion/ to review the process of preparing for graduation in May […]

Foundations of Modernity The Cultures of the Italian Renaissance FIST 224 – COL 224 – ITAL 224 – MDST 223 Prof. F.M. Aresu – faresu@wesleyan.edu | Monday and Friday, 10:50 AM – 12:10 PM | FISK210 Office Hour: Monday and Wednesday 1:00-2:00, and by appointment   In this course we will critically explore the intellectual […]

The Gordon Career Center at Wesleyan University is excited to announce a new partnership with the Denver-based CLIMB Internship Program. Colorado Leaders, Interns and Mentors in Business (CLIMB) is an intensive paid summer internship program for students from Wesleyan, Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Middlebury, Brown, MIT, Denison, and Northwestern McCormick School of Engineering. The 30-40 students learn […]

**NEW AND TIMELY COURSE FOR THIS COMING SEMESTER!** FIST229: POLITICAL TURMOIL: “What just happened? What’s going to happen? What do we do now?” Prof. Meg Furniss Weisberg <mweisberg@wesleyan.edu> Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:20-2:40pm https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?crse=014857&term=1171 Political turmoil, while disconcerting to say the least, is nothing new. This course will look at case studies from different times and regions […]

This spring, the Center for the Study of Public Life (CSPL) is showcasing several classes taught by some exciting and unusual visitors, in addition to some wonderful classes taught by Wesleyan professors. The following courses still have seats available: ·  Community Research Seminar (SOC 316), cross-listed with ENVS, the Civic Engagement Certificate, and the Environmental […]