An Evening with Mrs. Dow Jones
Listen to a virtual conversation between Haley Sacks ’13, CEO/Founder of Mrs. Dow Jones, a financial literacy media platform, and Lauren LoGiudice ’02, actor/comedian/author and podcast host, introduced by Angela Lu ’16, co-chair of the Alumni in Finance and Banking Network. Haley will discuss her company "that makes keeping up with the Dow Joneses as fun as Keeping Up with the Kardashians," and share what she has learned in marrying her two loves: celebrity culture and finance.
Play video Study Abroad WESeminar
Study Abroad WESeminar
Study Abroad staff discuss what families need to know about study abroad for Wesleyan students.
Play video The Pandemic – Lessons Learned and Looking Ahead
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.
Play video Hidden Treasures WESeminar
Hidden Treasures WESeminar
Distinguished historians Joe Siry, professor of art history; Larry Silver P’08, James & Nan Wagner Farquhar professor emeritus of history of art at UPENN; and Miya Tokumitsu, curator of the Davison Art Center, discuss special objects in the DAC.
Play video The Liberal Arts Behind Prison Walls
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.
Play video Social Media and Social Divisiveness
Social Media and Social Divisiveness
How has the evolution of social media platforms affected societal polarization? The 50th Reunion Class of 1972 sponsors an inter-generational panel of alums to share views on these questions.
Play video Show Me The Numbers WESeminar
Show Me The Numbers WESeminar
Alumni and parents are invited to learn about how Wesleyan is expanding engagement with data analysis across different majors and the work that students are doing through Wesleyan’s Quantitative Analysis Center (QAC).