Academics

Religious Endowments and Democratic Foundations in Istanbul

Religious Endowments and Democratic Foundations in Istanbul: How an Ottoman Institution Shapes Armenian Life in Turkey Today a lecture with Christopher Sheklian Crowded in the upper-level school auditorium in the neighborhood of Şişli, Istanbul, a diverse group of Armenians debated the governance structure of the charitable endowments known as vakıfs. Questions of democratic governance, equitable…

2019/2020 Human Rights Series

The 2019/2020 Human Rights Talks Series encourages engagement with human rights issues among undergraduate students. Jointly sponsored by the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life and the University Network for Human Rights, the Series brings experts in the field of human rights to campus to engage in dialogue on current events. All events…

2019/2020 JCCP Mentor in Residence Meet-and-Greet with Dr. Rosemary Ostfeld ’10

The Jewett Center will host a meet-and-greet with Dr. Rosemary Ostfeld on September 23, 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Allbritton 311. All are welcome. Students, faculty, staff, and community members with an interest in social entrepreneurship, environmental sustainability, and food systems are especially encouraged to attend. This event is part of Wesleyan’s community education contributions in support…

The Cruelty is the Point: Human Rights Abuses on the US-Mexico Border

The Cruelty is the Point: Human Rights Abuses on the US-Mexico Border with Clara Long     Clara Long is a senior researcher with the US Program at Human Rights Watch. Her reports and advocacy have covered such issues as deaths in immigration detention linked to poor medical care, mistreatment and dismissal of asylum seekers…

Cardinal Community Commitment

Every year, over 400 Wesleyan students choose to enrich their educational experience through civic engagement on campus and beyond.  They deploy their curiosity, skills, and practical idealism as they support educational and social enrichment activities for youth, stand with efforts to protect our environment, learn from the wisdom of aging community members, and work in…

2019/2020 JCCP Mentor In-Residence Program: Introducing Dr. Rosemary Ostfeld

The Jewett Center for Community Partnerships (JCCP) Mentor-In-Residence Program* supports the civic preparedness of Wesleyan students in collaboration with community partners committed to the pursuit of a just, equitable, and sustainable future for communities beyond the campus—nearby and around the world. Mentors-in-residence are nonprofit leaders, social entrepreneurs, activists, and/or public figures whose experiences bridge the gap…

Startup Incubator course open to all students and community members.

CSPL239 Startup Incubator: The Art and Science of Launching Your Idea This course is a partnership between CTNext, reSET, and the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship. It is open to all Wesleyan students as well as community members and students from other colleges. Tuesdays 1:20-4:10PM, starting Sep. 3 The Startup Incubator is a one-semester, experiential…

Community Learning Opportunities at Wesleyan

Wesleyan University has been devoted to liberal learning since its founding in 1831. The University has a dedication to the improvement of human well-being by means of education throughout the course of life. Therefore, Wesleyan University has a number of learning opportunities for adults in the community. Whether you are seeking a degree or want…