A new group of courses offers hands-on experience in a variety of subject areas.
On Sept. 29, several events were held at the University in support of Pink Out Day.
On May 2, the Broccoli City Organic Lifestyle Group sponsored the Broccoli City Forum at the University to discuss sustainability.
On April 9, the Wesleyan International Relations Association and the Adelphic Educational Fund hosted a lecture titled “U.S. Foreign Policy From Bush to Obama.”
Long T. Bui will be joining the University in the American Studies Department as a visiting assistant professor on a one-year renewable contract.
CEAS hosted a talk to discuss crisis Japan, part of the ongoing “A Body in Fukushima” project.
“Social Death and Survival: Race/Sex/Gender/Vulnerability” will premiere on Feb. 26.