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The 41st Annual Philip B. Brown '44 Memorial Lecture
A conversation between President Michael S. Roth ’78, Senator Michael Bennet '87, Hon.'12, and Senator John Hickenlooper '74, MA'80, Hon.'10. Topics include leadership, civic engagement, and the paths the senators have traveled to Washington, DC.
WesTalks Presents: The Pandemic – Lessons Learned and Looking Ahead
Listen to a virtual conversation between Scott Gottlieb ’94, MD, former FDA commissioner, and John Yang ’80, Wesleyan Trustee and correspondent for PBS NewsHour, in which they discuss the pandemic – lessons learned and looking ahead.
The First Year of the Biden-Harris Administration
Join us for a conversation with faculty from Wesleyan’s Government Department as they discuss what to expect in the first year of the Biden-Harris Administration.
Living A Good Life Minicourse, Lecture 3
Lecture three in the virtual three-part Window Into Wesleyan minicourse series, Living a Good Life.
Living a Good Life minicourse, Lecture 2
Lecture two in the virtual three-part Window Into Wesleyan minicourse series, Living a Good Life.
Living a Good Life minicourse, Lecture 1
This is the first lecture in a virtual Window Into Wesleyan three-part minicourse series. In this series, participants hear from the Wesleyan professors who taught the inaugural Living a Good Life course during Fall semester 2020.
The Liberal Arts Behind Prison Walls
Hear from faculty and students about how Wesleyan’s Center for Prison Education (CPE) offers a dynamic approach to reduce recidivism rates and democratize access to educational opportunity.
WesTalks Presents: An Evening with Mrs. Dow Jones
Learn how Mrs. Dow Jones, a financial literacy media platform, was created and is keeping finance cool for the masses.
WesTalks Presents: “The NBA in Unprecedented Times”
An in-depth look at the impact of the pandemic on professional basketball and the league’s response to Black Lives Matter.
The Wesleyan Alumni of Color Council presents the 28th Annual Dwight L. Greene Symposium, “Educating for Equity – Building Racial Competencies”
Hear the strategies alumni leaders deploy to address race, diversity and equity at institutions with longstanding histories of privileging sameness.
Teacher, Banker, Coder, Artist- Learning Career Management in a Liberal Arts Environment
Sharon Belden Castonguay, Executive Director of the Gordon Career Center, discusses why a liberal arts education is critical preparation for navigating careers in the 21st century.
Annual Parents Assembly
President Michael S. Roth ’78; Nicole Stanton, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Mike Whaley, Vice President for Student Affairs provide remarks.
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