Now Online: Wesleyan Thinks BIG

From the TipBox:

Were you were one of the sad WesKids who had to miss this rockin’ evening of lectures? Do you just want to relive the magic of WesThinks Big again and again? You’re in luck!

Thanks to Max Nussenbaum ’12 and Ofer Levy ’12, you can now watch videos of the presentations online.  Each video is about ten minutes long, except for that of good ol’ Jeanine, whose take on time limits is “I’m not going to pay any attention to you darling, forget it.  I’ve been to the Oscars, I know what to do.”

It’s an entertaining and enlightening journey from the cosmos to the classroom, hitting many critical issues along the way.  Definitely check it out if you haven’t already.

“Asceticosmologies: Modern Science as Religious Practice”
Mary-Jane Rubenstein

“Nature vs. Nurture: the Example of Psychosis”
Matthew Kurtz

“States Without Romance”
Richard Adelstein

“The Death of Affirmative Action: Rethinking the Debate”
Leah Wright

“Poor Joshua: Private Space & the Constitution”
John Finn

“Can You Teach Creativity?”
Jeanine Basinger

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