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Ownership Matters: Legal Structures for Social Enterprise On Wednesday, December 2nd, you will have the opportunity to hear from Jim Steiker ’81 in Usdan 108 from 4-5pm. Jim Steiker ’81 will speak about his experience in the financial and legal sector, specifically the options for legal structure and ownership of social ventures. Jim was a […]

Please join us this Wednesday for a talk and book signing event with Emma Sky, an international development expert and peace activist who was initially opposed to the war in Iraq, but later became a high profile advisor to the US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. “Unraveling Iraq” Talk and Book Signing with Emma Sky […]

On behalf of the Religion Department, I would like to invite you to a public lecture by Dr. Joshua Dubler ’97, Assistant Professor of Religion at the University of Rochester, this coming Monday, Nov. 24, at 4:15 pm, in 001 PAC. The lecture is entitled: “Prisons, Religion, and the Cultural Logic of Mass Incarceration.” Here is […]

Thursday, April 3, 2014 4:15 PM    Public Affairs Center 002 The Missing Piece in the Affordable Care Act Sponsored by the Government Department  Professor Joseph White  Luxenburg Family Professor of Public PolicyCase Western Reserve University Four years after its passage, the Affordable Care Act makes no credible promise to meet the goal that most voters […]

Thursday, October 24, 2013 4:15 p.m. Public Affairs Center 002 Sponsored by the Government Department  Fear and Loathing Across Party Lines: New Evidence on Group Polarization Professor Shanto Iyengar Department of Political Science, Stanford University Professor Iyengar presents the results of three related studies showing that Americans today are divided even more strongly by party […]

Short-Term Job Opportunity with the Wesleyan Media Project Are you interested in the politics surrounding the Affordable Care Act? Want to know more about how it’s being covered in the media? Looking to get involved in faculty research at Wesleyan? The Wesleyan Media Project and Professor Erika Franklin Fowler are seeking interested students for a short-term project […]

FORUM: Government Shutdown Professor Logan Dancey, Department of Government Professor Jennifer Smith, Department of Government …will discuss the domestic and international implications of the recent Government shutdown Thursday, October 10, 4:30 to 6:00 PM Public Affairs Center 002 Free and open to the public  

VOTE in WSA Elections! Ends on 9/20

Dear Students, The Fall 2013 WSA Elections are now open at http://wsa.wesleyan.edu/voting. Voting will be open from now until 11:59pm on September 20th. We strongly encourage you to vote, and have your voice represented. There are 10 spots available for representatives from the Class of 2017, and they may be voted on only by freshmen […]

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