On Wednesday, the Faculty voted overwhelmingly to approve a proposal for a new college, the College of Integrative Sciences (CIS), to join the College of Social Studies, College of Letters, College of the Environment, College of Film and the Moving Image, and the College of East Asian Studies. Students in CIS would have pursue a CIS Linked Major to complement an additional primary major in the Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM). According to the proposal, the new CIS aims to “offer Wesleyan students a curricular and research framework that enables new ways of thinking at the frontiers of science.”
Come check out the Physics Department and have a Fusion Cupcake!
Date: Tuesday, October 29
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Place: Cady Lounge, Physics Department ESC 255
If you are majoring in science, thinking about majoring in science, or just plain interested in science, the Celebration of Science Theses is the perfect place for you to learn some more, you guessed it, science! Come listen to Wesleyan students explain their thesis research. Chances are, you’ll learn something new, and then you’ll get to tell your friends about it.
On Friday, April 19, the Eighth Annual Celebration of Science Theses
will feature seniors, BM/MA, and MA students from the Natural Science
and Mathematics division, presenting posters on their thesis research
to the Wesleyan community.
Refreshments will be provided!
Please join Wesleyan students and faculty members in celebrating the
achievements of our NSM thesis students.
Photographs from last year’s NSM Poster Session can be found here.
Place: Exley Science Center Lobby
Date: Friday, April 19
Time: 12:45 – 2 p.m.