Faculty & Staff

Workshop on Improvisation in the Classroom

In collaboration with HOT Schools, the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center will be hosting a potluck workshop about the use improvisation in the classroom setting on Thursday, May 14 from 6:15 to 8:15 PM. All teaching artists and interested college students are welcome to join this fun filled night at no cost. All we ask for…

Public Forum on Housing Mobility (5/21 in Hartford, transportation provided)

Open Communities Alliance is a Connecticut non-profit run by Erin Boggs ’93 that promotes access to opportunity for all people through education, organizing, advocacy, research, and partnerships. The Alliance works to build an urban-suburban interracial coalition to support policies that lead to housing choice.   On Thursday, May 21, OCA and the Partnership for Strong Communities will host a conversation…

Introduction to OpenStreetMap.org Relief Mapping for Nepal

Want to help with relief efforts in Nepal after Saturday’s Magnitude 7.8 earthquake? In this special WesGIS/Mapping workshop, we’ll introduce tools that you can use to contribute toward relief efforts in Nepal through mapping. We’ll get you registered, provide a hands-on introduction to mapping using OpenStreetMap.org’s browser-based iD editor, and show you how to find…

Teaching Evaluations Panel

From Kerry Nix ’16 and Margaux Sica ’16: What’s the deal with Teaching Evaluations? Do you have questions or concerns about how teachers or classes are evaluated at Wesleyan? Have you ever wondered how your evaluations at the end of the semester impact the professors and the structure of the classes that you take? Do you have strong opinions about…

Wesleyan Symposium on RISK

Symposium is a day-long interdisciplinary critique, which: Prompts the exchange of ideas and methods of inquiry between students and faculty across the curriculum, Stimulates creativity and innovation, Serves as a platform for juniors to develop senior research topics. Why Risk? Notions of vulnerability, security, and susceptibility are central to the ways we think and avenues…

Request for Proposals: Teach a Class at Green Street!

What do you like to do? Students bring many, many hobbies and passions with them to Wesleyan. Some of these interests find an outlet in classes or student groups, while others may still be waiting to be shared. Leading an AfterSchool class at the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center is a great way to extend the activities you…

Hispanic/Latino Cultures and Sustainability

From Debra Row, Ph.D., President of the U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development: The Hispanic/Latino cultures will continue to grow in influence in the United States and have the potential to help build a more sustainable future. We at the Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium, in collaboration with HACU — the Hispanic Association of Colleges…

Free ‘Selma’ Screening and Discussion

Update: An additional screening will be held tomorrow (Wednesday, February 11) at 7:45 PM. Pick up a ticket from Sara Wadlow in Allbritton 116 by 5pm today. The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, with the support of the Center for Community Partnerships, the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of…

College of the Environment Summer Internship

Wesleyan’s College of the Environment offers internships for students to undertake research under the guidance of a Wesleyan faculty or other mentor during the Summer or Fall of 2015. The projects must relate to any of the broad themes covered by Environmental Studies. These internships are available to students across the entire University regardless of major…