Visiting Professor of East Asian Studies Stephen Young used his vast experience in the region to analyze the three areas’ democratic futures.
Ed Heffernan ’84, Trustee at the University and CEO of the Fortune 500 company Alliance Data Services, delivered a talk on Thursday, Nov. 19, about a liberal arts education.
Two student groups, the Interfaith Council and Hunger and Homelessness, hosted the annual Hunger Banquet to raise awareness of hunger on a local and global scale .
The Green Fund’s “micro-grant” campaign is looking for a wide array of sustainability-minded projects throughout November.
Professor of Anthropology Gina Athena Ulysse was awarded the Excellence in Scholarship at the organization’s 27th annual conference.
Cheryl Rosa, the Deputy Director of the US Arctic Research Commission, delivered a lecture on the emerging challenges facing Arctic wildlife on Oct. 28.
Joyce Jacobsen discussed family leave policies and Wesleyan major distribution in a Female Economists of Wesleyan-sponsored event.
Female Economists of Wesleyan have spearheaded new mentorship program to foster community within the Economics major.
Scott Donahue talks about business models of social work organizations Year Up and Year Up Professional Resources.
The University hosted a screening and panel discussion of the documentary “Chasing the Sun” on Thursday, Oct. 1 in PAC 001
The University is hosting its first ever “startup weekend” in hopes of providing business-minded students and aspiring entrepreneurs a forum to test ideas and learn the basics of developing and marketing a product.
The University announced that a local energy firm has been selected to expand its microgrid.
The Wesleyan Student Assembly introduced an amendment to provide a stipend for members on work-study.
This year’s Psi U pledges are holding a litter clean up scheduled for April 27 as their community service project for the spring semester.
The University recently received a grant from Connecticut (CT) Humanities to plan an exhibit showcasing the history of the Van Vleck Observatory, which will celebrate its centennial in 2016.
Thursday, April 2 has been announced the annual day of recognition and fundraising in honor of Foss Hill.
Caryl Phillips came to the University to present excerpts of his latest novel, “The Lost Child.”
Professor of Chemistry at Bryn Mawr University led a workshop to provide STEM faculty and graduate students advice.
The University hosted a panel to discuss environmentally friendly methods of transportation.
Dave Skelly lectured on Thursday, Feb. 8 on the increasing proportion of intersex frogs, connected to environmental damage.
Four recent alumni spoke to students about their experiences as professional journalists in the changing medium.
Dr. Markus Rodlauer of the International Monetary Fund’s Asia-Pacific Department unraveled the current state of the Chinese economy.
Professors and deans gave updates on the Math and Science Scholars Program and the Posse Program.
As the Long Lane property is slowly remediated and cleared of contaminants, the University must decide what to do with the land.
Lieutenant Paul Verrillo starts “Lock It or Lose It” Campaign.
Students are educated on intervention techniques for sexual assault and alcohol abuse.