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Teaching Evaluations Panel Monday, May 4 at 7-8:30pm in Usdan 110     *desserts and coffee* Hosted by Female Economists of Wesleyan. This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, Society for Underrepresented Students in STEM, Women of Color in STEM Forum, and Wesleyan Women in Science. PANELISTS: Professor Joyce Jacobsen (Dean of Social Sciences, 2015-2016 Interim Provost), Professor Lisa […]

The Symposium is a day-long interdisciplinary critique, which: Prompts the exchange of ideas and methods of inquiry between students and faculty across the curriculum; Stimulates creativity and innovation; and Serves as a platform for juniors to develop senior research topics. Why Risk? Notions of vulnerability, security, and susceptibility are central to the ways we think […]

Drug Policy, Regional and National–The Policy Debate:  What is to be done? The last of the three drug panels inspired by the Molly incident and arrests will take place April 28, 8PM, in Shanklin 107.  This panel focuses on regional and national policy, and panelists are very significant people in the field: Ethan Nadelmann,  founder and […]

POST-WES JOURNEYS: a panel discussion with Wesleyan alumni  Are you thinking about your future career or considering going to grad/med/law school? Do you have a lot of questions about life post-Wes? Do you enjoy FREE MONDO PIZZA? Join the woodframe & Fauver CAs at the Alumni Career Panel where you can ask Wesleyan alumni all of your questions! […]

THE PHYSIOLOGY OF DRUGS Wednesday, April 15, 8 p.m., Memorial Chapel What is actually happening inside your body? Mike Robinson, Assistant Professor of Psychology and of Neuroscience & Behavior Stefanie Jones, Drug Policy Alliance Mark Neavyn, M.D., Director, Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine, Hartford Hospital Moderator: Ishita Mukerji, Dean of the Natural Sciences and […]

Please join us on Friday, 27 March at 4:15 p.m. for the 21st Annual CAAS Distinguished Lecture Reception to follow!  This year’s speaker is Dr. Cheryl LaRoche of the American Studies Department at the University of Maryland, College Park.  An award-winning archaeologist and historian, Dr. LaRoche teaches in the American Studies Department at the University […]

The CAAS Distinguished Lecture will lead into the Saturday, March 28 CAAS day-long symposium Within Our Sites: Legacies and Imperatives of African American Historic Places.  The symposium is inspired by the Beman Triangle that is part of our Wesleyan campus and that also stands as one of the  nation’s earliest-known African American planned communities.  Beman family members were […]

This is an exciting conference on campus that will be of special interest to students who are exploring global studies, development, or science, technology, and medicine from a global perspective in their studies.  The keynote lecture is by Dr. Julie Livingston (Rutgers University), who is a recent MacArthur Genius Grant winner and author of Improvising Medicine: An […]

Dr. Martin Luther King Commemoration  —   “We shall overcome:  How far have we come?” All members of the Wesleyan and greater Middletown community are invited to a panel presentation and discussion to explore various perspectives about the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City to commemorate the life, civil rights and social justice legacy […]

Come hear A. O. Scott, Distinguished Professor of Film Criticism at Wesleyan and a chief film critic at The New York Times moderate a discussion about the state of criticism today with panel guests Laura Miller, journalist and book critic, co-founder of Salon.com, and author of The Magician’s Book: A Skeptic’s Adventures in Narnia; Wesley Morris, film critic for Grantland, […]

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