Ellen Chang ’17 writes in:
It is back!! The Economics Workshop starts this Sunday 2/14! It will continue throughout the semester Sunday to Thursday 7-9PM. Come by for assistance with economics course material or simply to chat with an Economics Peer Mentor!
Date: Sunday – Thursday
Time: 7:00 -9:00 PM
Place: Exley 58
From Kerry Nix ’16:
Interested in healthcare reform? in gasoline taxes? in helping people? in what it’s like to spend 10+ years in graduate schools??
Join Professor of Econ Sheehan-Connor, MD PhD for a *free lunch* and roundtable discussion on Healthcare Economics! Professor Sheehan-Connor teaches the Healthcare Economics course this semester (which was wicked hard to get into – this will certainly be a joy). Plenty of time for open discussion and questions!
Date: Monday, November 16th
Place: Allbritton 311
Facebook event: HERE
It’s Pre-Reg time. Not sure which Econ courses to sign up for?
Stop by the Exley Lobby on Sunday (April 12) anytime between 2-5pm to clear up your concerns before Monday’s Pre-Reg deadline.
You’ll get to talk to older Econ majors who have been where you are, get some quality perspective on courses, and eat some tasty snacks while you chat!
Bring your friends – majors, minors, and non-majors are all welcome!
Date: Today! Sunday, April 12
Time: 2-5 PM
Place: Exley Lobby
If you’re looking for a cool interdisciplinary class to take during drop/add, consider checking this one out:
Blood, Muscle, Bone: The Anatomy of Wealth and Poverty
This fall, choreographers Jawole Willa Jo Zollar and Liz Lerman combine their artistic methods to teach students interested in bridging academic and artistic research in DANC374: Blood, Muscle, Bone: The Anatomy of Wealth and Poverty. Zollar and Lerman are asking new questions about how these conditions are defined and will explore issues surrounding wealth disparity and its impact on the body. This course is multi-disciplinary and will culminate in a performance-based teach-in. Guest faculty include: Bill Arsenio, professor of Psychology, Yeshiva University; Lois Brown, professor of African American Studies and English; and Wendy Rayack, associate professor of Economics.
Non-traditional course consisting of three weekend intensives. No dance experience required. Contact eroosbrown[at]wesleyan[dot]edu for PIO details.
From Dana Pellegrino ’12:
Part II of the Patricelli Center Fall Workshop Series starts this Thursday. If you’re interested in social entrepreneurship or economics, business, marketing, or non-profits in general, these workshops are an incredible resource for you!
Date: Tomorrow, October 25
Place: Taylor Meeting Room in Usdan
Cost: Totally, indisputably free