Feed on

Monthly Archive for January, 2016

New Minor in African Studies!

The African Studies Faculty Cluster is pleased to announce the new African Studies minor!  Our current course cluster has been very successful with students, many of whom already pursue academic research, thesis projects, and career internships related to Africa.  As you think about courses for this semester and your Wesleyan careers, please keep this new and […]

  The first of three panels on the Syrian refugee crisis will occur next week: The Development of the Crisis and the Response in Europe Robert Ford, former U.S. Ambassador to Syria Marcie Patton, Fairfield University Professor of Politics Bruce Masters, Wesleyan Department of History Moderator: Richard Grossman, Wesleyan Professor of Economics Wednesday, February 3, […]

Spring ’16 Student Forums

For information about student forums that are being offered this semester, check out: https://wesfiles.wesleyan.edu/departments/Reg/StudentForums/Public/ApprovedStudentForums.pdf. Interested students should reach out to the student leader(s) to attend the class and sign the Student Forum Registration Roster. The student leader(s) must submit the completed roster to the Registrar’s Office by 5pm on the last day of Drop/Add. There […]

STUDENT-RUN GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP (Sponsored by the office of Counseling and Psychological Services) CAPS  Meets: Weekly Tuesdays Time: 7:30pm      Start Date: February 2nd, 2016 Location: Solarium (Room 201), 2nd fl., Davison Health Center Intended to create a network of support for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Please feel free to […]

Stress Relief Practicum Connect with others who are seeking self-care strategies for health and well-being. Learn new skills and tools to manage stress and take care of yourself.   Mondays beginning February 1st –29th from 5-6PM Meetings will follow an exploratory workshop format and participants will learn and practice different techniques for mind-body wellness each […]

Students requesting a specific housing accommodation due to a disability for 2016/17 must complete a Housing Accommodation Request Form and submit it to Dean Patey, Disability Resources, (North College – Room 021), no later than Friday, February 5, 2016. This includes students who have previously requested and been approved for a housing accommodation in the past. […]

Here is a  new course we just added to our Spring roster. Anth 309/AMST 311, The Anthropology of Digital Media, taught by Jordan Kraemer, will meet on Tuesdays from 1:10-4 pm in Anthropology, Room 6. Anthropology of Digital Media Networked media technologies, from the Internet to mobile phones, are reshaping many aspects of daily life, […]

Applications for Residential Advisor positions are now available in student portfolios, and the first information session is tomorrow night!

This is a new course taught by Yotam Hotam who is visiting from the University of Haifa. Zionism: A Political Theology CHUM 319 Spring 2016 M 1:10-4:00 CFH 106 This seminar examines the political theology of Zionism by focusing on the intersections of secular aspirations and theological notions embedded in the ideology and practice of the […]

The Wellness Experience Are you seeking self-care strategies for health and well-being? Do you want to learn new skills and gain tools to manage stress? Select a wellness activity to practice each week. Choose from a broad range of activities to fit into your schedule. Each week addresses a different wellness theme: emotional, physical, spiritual, […]

Next »