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Love of learning is a survival skill in our world of constant change. Designed for adults, Graduate Liberal Studies at Wesleyan offers the opportunity to study fascinating topics in small classes with Wesleyan’s renowned faculty. Join us on Tuesday, January 10th at 6:30 PM for a mini-lecture with Professor Elvin Lim, who will be teaching […]

Reblogged from: ptully.blogs.wesleyan.edu. (Go to the original post…)   Welcome to Wesleyan University!  Here are some links to useful pages about library resources and services. Q:  What libraries make up Wesleyan University Library? Wesleyan University Library is made up of three libraries.  Olin Library is the main campus library, located on at 252 Church Street […]

Student Art Exhibit Opening Night Reception Thursday, June 16 5:30 – 7pm ZILKHA GALLERY, Wesleyan University The evening will include a summer reception and art exhibition, with talks by the Graduate Liberal Studies student artists. Refreshments will be served. Mix and mingle with faculty, current students, alumni and prospective students, and enjoy the artwork in […]

After a short lull following the end of classes, Wesleyan’s campus has sprung back to life in spite of the rain. White tents are popping up everywhere, the largest one on Andrus Field, where Wesleyan’s 179th Commencement ceremony will be held on Sunday May 22 at 11:00am. This year’s Commencement speaker is Paul Farmer, MD, […]

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at 6:30pm Wesleyan’s Usdan Campus Center Room 136 Wyllys Avenue, Middletown Connecticut Join us next Wednesday for a Graduate Liberal Studies open house.  The evening will include a special preview lecture by Professor of Government Giulio Gallarotti, who teaches with the program every year.  This event is open to the public, […]

Gay Smith, Professor of Theater Emerita, Wesleyan University, will give a talk entitled “Lady Macbeth in America, From the Stage to the White House” on April 13, 2011 at 5:00pm, in Usdan Campus Center room 108. Lady Macbeth has haunted American history since the conflicts of Shakespeare’s England spilled over into New England’s real witch hunts. […]