Wes 101: Three Strategies for Productivity

Wes 101:  Three Strategies for Productivity     Dear ’23, I hope you’re taking things day by day and taking good care of yourselves. A few tips as we  begin closing in on the end of the semester: Set small daily goals: It is important to recognize that these aren’t normal times and your productivity … Read more

Wes 101: Zoom Fatigue and Planning Ahead

Wes 101: Zoom Fatigue and Planning Ahead   Dear ’23, I hope you’re all doing okay. A few things: April 29 is the last day to withdraw from courses, so please communicate with your advisor and instructors regarding where you stand in each of your courses. Here is the fill-able form;  please email it to … Read more

Wes 101: Self-Care and Mental Health during Social Distancing

  Wes 101: Self Care and Mental Health during Social Distancing     Dear ’23, I hope you’re taking good care of yourselves and most importantly, being kind to yourselves during all of this.   I wanted to share a few wonderful resources:   First, check out  CAPS vlogs, which are quick, helpful videos about how … Read more

New Global Engagement Minor

Dear Students, Because we are in the midst of pre-registration for Fall 2020 — yes, one way or another, we will move beyond the current craziness — I would like to announce the new Global Engagement Minor (or GEM) slightly in advance of its formal approval by the Educational Policy Committee (which is expected to come soon). … Read more

Note from Haley Brumberger, one of our Academic Peer Advisors

“Hi all! Just here to remind everyone Pre-Registration for Fall 2020 opened on Tuesday (4/7), and that Academic Peer Advisors are still available to meet virtually and would absolutely LOVE to help you navigate pre-registration/scheduling (and also any other academic concerns/questions you might have)! Feel free to reach out to all of us at peeradvisors@wesleyan.edu … Read more

Apply for the Christopher Brodigan Award

African Studies is now accepting submissions from graduating seniors for the Christopher Brodigan Award. Students from any discipline are encouraged to submit applications proposing a public service or research project in Africa.  Service projects should be carefully designed to provide some form of valuable assistance to people in Africa.  Students may propose to provide service … Read more

Upcoming OISA Virtual Programs

CPT, OPT and Employment Related Q&A with OISA Thursday, April 9, 12:15-1:15 p.m. Eastern Time Zoom link: https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/429235923 Many things have changed since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, including the employment opportunities in the United States for F-1 visa holders. Come to this virtual session and ask all your questions about Curricular Practical Training … Read more

Wes 101: Self-Care and Connection

        Wes 101: Self-Care and Connection       Dear ’23, I hope you’re all doing as well as possible and finding ways to practice self-care and stay connected. Here are six great self-care practices to try:   Structure your time as much as possible. You can even try to keep it … Read more