Congratulations to Jenna Shapiro ’17 and Clara Leonard ’16 for receiving the 2nd annual Let’s Get Ready Chairman’s Award. For those of you who don’t know about Let’s Get Ready, it strives to provide “low-income high school students with free SAT preparation, admissions counseling and other support services needed to gain admission to and graduate […]
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Have you considered a career in education? Are you interested in hearing about educational research and service happening at Wesleyan and beyond? Would you like to learn more about Wesleyan’s Certificate in the Study of Education as well as the steps you should consider taking if you would like to become a teacher? Would you […]
Want to help with relief efforts in Nepal after Saturday’s Magnitude 7.8 earthquake? Special WesGIS/Mapping workshop: Introduction to OpenStreetMap.org Relief Mapping for Nepal When: Friday, May 1, 2:00-3:00 pm Where: Allbritton 204 Who: Anyone in the Wesleyan community who is interested in helping out by tracing (digitizing) objects from aerial photos. No GIS experience required. […]
Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ’03 Social Justice Award for Sophomores & Juniors The Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ’03 Social Justice Award was created in memory of Peter Morgenstern-Clarren who pursued social justice while a student at Wesleyan. His activism included securing benefits for Wesleyan custodial staff, participating in the United Student and Labor Action Committee, and contributing his leadership […]
The Middletown Community Thanksgiving Project is an initiative that brings together volunteers from a variety of groups and businesses to purchase and assemble baskets of food for families who cannot otherwise afford Thanksgiving feasts. The baskets include a turkey, a pie, and all the ingredients to prepare a holiday meal. This year […]
Community Engagement Fair September 11, 11:30am – 1:15pm Usdan Courtyard Community Agencies and Student Groups will be there to share how you can connect with the local community. Volunteer and Work–study Opportunities! Sponsored by the Center for Community Partnerships Rain site: Beckham Hall Questions, contact Cathy Lechowicz (email@example.com)