Faculty & Staff

Spring Registration (and Discounts!) for Discovery AfterSchool at Green Street

“Picasso and Math” “Exploring the River” “Beginning Breakdance” I know what you might be thinking – Where are these classes in Wesmaps?!  Wesleyan students may be disappointed to find that these are not in fact college courses, but rather classes in the arts, math, and sciences  for children in Middletown at the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center…

Support the Middletown Community Thanksgiving Project

You may have fond memories of Thanksgiving Dinners past, sitting full-bellied around a table of meats and sweets, enjoying the company of family and friends. Unfortunately, food insecurity – which affects nearly 14% of Connecticut residents, including over 155,000 children – brings down the holiday cheer for many households, even in our own community. Since 2010, however,…

Teach a Digital Arts Class at Green Street

The Green Street Arts Center is looking for a student instructor to lead a semester-long course related to computer-aided art once a week from 4:15 to 5:15 pm for students in grades 1-3 or 3-5.  This is a paid position. For more information or to discuss your course idea, contact Green Street Director Sara MacSorley at…

Mindfulness Class (Mondays 6-8pm starting 1/27)

Thanks to Rabbi David for sending this to us: MINDFULNESS CLASS@ WESLEYAN: Pathways to Mindfulness and Wholeness Based on the positive student feedback last year, we are going to continue this initiative. This “Wesleyanized” MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) class  is a 6 week class that focuses on various techniques of mindfulness practice and spiritual awareness. The…

Enrichment Grant Report: Shira Engel ’14

Shira Engel ’14, author of the e-book Yoga U: The College Student’s Tools for Balanced Living and co-founder of WesBAM!, was selected to receive an Enrichment Grant from the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship. This funding helped support a trip to the New York Women in Communications Student Career Conference. Read Shira’s story below, and visit the PCSE website to learn more…