Faculty & Staff

E2020 Event: The 2020 Election Cycle – A Debrief

It’s not hyperbole to say that the 2020 Election may be the most consequential and most unusual election in our lifetime. Want to better understand what happened and what it might mean going forward?   Join members of Wesleyan’s faculty in American Politics, Logan Dancey, Erika Franklin Fowler, Alyx Mark, Steven Moore, and Justin Peck for “The 2020 Election…

Elections under threat: Perspectives and Prospects

Elections under threat: Perspectives and Prospects Panel / Conversation: Wesleyan faculty discussing what we might expect to see come election day. With Wesleyan Faculty: Robert Cassidy, James Cavallaro, Leslie Gabel-Brett, Carla Abdo-Katsipis, Steven Moore, Justin Peck, Kevin Vrevich on the presidency, Congress, global context, social movements, race and politics, public opinion, human rights. Thursday, October 29, 6:30-8:00 EDT Free and open…

E2020 and WesGIS Event: Presidential Election Mapping

WesGIS Workshop Series / Engage 2020 Event Series: Presidential Election Mapping   Intrigued by the red/blue US maps prevalent in the news media this time of year? Transfixed by the real-time, digital maps of the evolving results on election night? Or merely want to make a basic map in ArcGIS Online? Learn how to use…

#E2020 Final Presidential Debate Discussion

Wesleyan students are invited to join Government Professors Logan Dancey and Justin Peck for a post-debate discussion following the final presidential debate.   The event is meant as an opportunity for students to engage in a dialogue with one another about the debate. Professors Dancey and Peck will pose some initial discussion questions and help facilitate the conversation.  …

United Starts With You! The Collective Power of the United Way Campaign

United Starts With You! The Collective Power of the United Way Campaign Wesleyan faculty and staff are invited to learn about the local impact of the Middlesex United Way and the University’s 2020 United Way Campaign. Our panelists shared candid information about the effects of covid locally, reflect on their work, and discuss the ways…

#E2020 Post-VP Debate Discussion

Wesleyan students are invited to join Government Professors Logan Dancey, Erika Franklin Fowler, and Steven Moore for a post-debate discussion following the vice presidential debate. You can join the discussion via this link: http://bit.ly/wes_postdebate2.  The event is meant as an opportunity for students to engage in a dialogue with one another about the debate. Professors Dancey, Fowler, and Moore…

Religion, Diversity and Democracy: Eboo Patel in Conversation with Michael Roth

In this E2020 Speaker Series Event, Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) Founder and President Eboo Patel, will highlight the findings of IFYC’s recently released IDEALS research on religious and political diversity issues in Higher Education. Wesleyan President Michael Roth will then offer a response. The United States is the most religiously diverse nation in human history…

#E2020 Post-Debate Discussion

Wesleyan students are invited to join Government Professors Logan Dancey and Alyx Mark for a post-debate discussion following the first presidential debate. You can join the discussion via this link: http://bit.ly/wes_postdebate. You will need to sign in through your Single Sign On to join the meeting.   The event is meant as an opportunity for students to engage in…

Allbritton Center Guidelines for Community Engagement, Fall 2020

Allbritton Center Guidelines for Community Engagement. For the safety of our students and our surrounding communities, there will be no in-person civic engagement programming. Remote (virtual) engagement and contactless off-campus engagement are permitted

Allbritton Center Guidelines for Community Engagement, Fall 2020 Above all, the best way we can support our community right now is by taking extreme precautions while maintaining the values embedded in our Civic Action Plan. Although that means we will have to pause or adapt critical partnerships, it is in the best interest of everyone…

Organizing communities. Strategizing politics. From the Arab Spring to Election 2020

Esam Boraey

Organizing communities. Strategizing politics. From the Arab Spring to Election 2020 with Esam Boraey In this E2020 Speaker Series event, Boraey will speak about his experience as an activist during the Egyptian revolution of 2011, reflect on his work with the American Muslim Alliance and Connecticut Council on Interreligious Understanding, and offer thoughts on this…