Window Into Wesleyan Presents: Reflections on the Past Year from Campus Leadership
President’s Cabinet members Amin Abdul-Malik Gonzalez '96, Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, and Alison Williams '81, Vice President for Equity & Inclusion/Title IX Officer, discuss how the events of the past year have impacted the student experience at Wesleyan. Amin and Alison share insights from their unique perspectives while also looking back at their own time as students. This event was moderated by Wesleyan Trustee Christine Pina '91, Chief Advancement Officer at Miss Porter’s School. This event was recorded on: 05/11/21
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Play video Living A Good Life Minicourse, Lecture 3
Living A Good Life Minicourse, Lecture 3
Lecture three in the virtual three-part Window Into Wesleyan minicourse series, Living a Good Life.
Play video Living a Good Life minicourse, Lecture 2
Living a Good Life minicourse, Lecture 2
Lecture two in the virtual three-part Window Into Wesleyan minicourse series, Living a Good Life.
Play video Living a Good Life minicourse, Lecture 1
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.
Play video Tracking 2020 Political Advertising- Behind the Scenes with the Wesleyan Media Project
Tracking 2020 Political Advertising- Behind the Scenes with the Wesleyan Media Project
Hear about the latest 2020 advertising trends, our latest tools and innovations and how our student researchers make it all possible.
Play video The First Year of the Biden-Harris Administration
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.
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.