Interested in psychology, neuroscience, mental health, global health?
This Saturday, Psi U, Rho Epsilon, and the MINDS Foundation are teaming up to bring you Ultra Music Festival. The world’s largest electronic and dance music experience is packing up shop in Miami and rolling up to Middletown, for what will be the biggest, sweatiest party of the semester.
2manyDJ’s. Mad Energy. Massive Beats. Positive Vibes.
One Goal: bring all the Bass Heads under one roof.
Music, Food, and Swag throughout the day and night, from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM – 2:00 AM. Read past the jump for a full DJ list.
Raghu Appasani ’12 needs your help to help people:
The MINDS Foundation is a student-run NGO that is taking a grassroots approach to eliminating stigma and providing medical, financial, educational, and supportive care for patients suffering from a mental illness in developing countries.
Please vote for us to move on to the semi-finals round in which we will have a chance to win $50,000 which will enable us to implement our program to provide awareness, screening camps, and consultation for 30 villages and treat 60 patients suffering from a mental illness for one year!
(1) Click here.
(2) Toward the upper right, register. Your username and password will be emailed to you.
(3) Once signed in, select “View Ideas” toward the top of the page.
(4) Then select “Top Ideas”. Search for “rappasani” or “Bringing Light to Mentally Ill Patients”
(5) Then hit Vote!
The MINDS Foundation is a student-run NGO that is taking a grassroots approach to eliminating stigma and providing medical, educational, and supportive care for patients suffering from a mental illness in developing countries.
If you’re interested in joining, come attend our first meeting of the semester!
- Date: Sunday, January 30
- Time: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
- Place: Allbritton 304
- Cost: Free!
- For more information: Click here.
The MINDS Foundation is a new student-run NGO that has a persistent commitment to educating and providing resources to patients and families suffering from mental illness and neurological disorders.
From Raghu Appasani ’12:
The MINDS Foundation is a new student-run NGO started by Wesleyan students that is dedicated to promoting the availability of medical, educational, and supportive resources for patients with mental illness and neurological disorders. Our major goal is to set-up a rural clinic transport system to screen psychiatric patients in tribal regions and establish educational workshops to remove stigma.
A new chapter has opened at Wesleyan and they are currently seeking members. Please contact Raghu Appasani at rappasani(at)mindsfoundation(dot)org for more information.
There will be an Information Session on Sunday November 14th at 8PM in Allbritton 304.
Date: Nov. 14
Time: 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 304