Meghan Nayyar ’16 and Unlocked want to know about your sex life:
Unlocked wants to know about your thoughts on sex for our upcoming magazine so take the 2014 Sex Survey!
Date: Now til April 6th
Lily Kong ’16 submits a humbly really-important request:
The Planned Parenthood Campus Action interns are asking students to fill out this quick campus climate survey about reproductive justice. The survey only takes about 2 minutes and we would really appreciate
Date: NOW until November @ Midnight
Time: ALL OF IT
Claire Wright ’16 asks you to take a survey about support groups:
Want a safe space to talk about different topics? Not sure there is a support group that is right for you? Well now you get a chance to pick what support groups will be available next year at Wesleyan!
WESupport, a student-run group that will provide office hours, support groups, and TAs for CAPS’ WESupport training, is planning out which support groups to run next year. Follow the (one-minute) survey to select support group topics you would like to see at wesleyan or give us an idea for your own.
Here’s the link to the survey.
The COE Think Tank is hoping to glean some information from folks about those mysterious sandwich labels.
What’s up with those eco-labels, huh? We’d like to know too! Please fill out this survey (link here) before Tuesday to help us with our project. Thanks!
From Megan Cash ’14:
Hello! Ting Zhang ’15 and I are conducting a survey to gauge student interest in professional mentorship. We want to put together a program to match students with alums based on career interests or passions, encouraging ongoing relationships between students and alumni. Could you please post these short questions on Wesleying? Thanks!
Would you be interested in having a professional mentor?
How many hours a week would you be willing to dedicate to talking with your mentor? If you’re interested, email us at wesmentorship(at)gmail(dot)com.
Nathan Shane ’13 wants to pick your brain about music:
If you have learned classical music at some point in your life, or you are learning it now, then please take this survey! By conducting this survey, I hope to gather information for my undergraduate thesis, the topic of which is improvisation in classical music education. I will ask you questions about your music education, music in your life today, and your thoughts on improvisation. If you have 30 minutes, I would appreciate your participation a lot!
Here’s the link to the survey.
Deadline: February 28
Systems librarian Lori Stethers sends us a screenshot of the library website. Meta:
Want to take a test you can’t fail and make $20?
The library is refining its web site and needs your input to do it right. Meet with a librarian to complete a short activity that will help us determine what should and should not be on our web site and how to organize the content. Receive a $20 Amazon gift card as thanks for your time! Takes 30 to 60 minutes. Limited to first 5 students to sign up. Both undergrad and grad students are needed; student employees of the library are not eligible.
To sign up, click on an appointment time here. (Update: slots are full, link removed on request.)
Date: This week
Cost: Get a $20 Amazon gift card
Nate Campagne ’15 and Abby Archibald ’15 want to know about your sexual habits:
The purpose of the Wesleyan Sex Survey is to gather information regarding the sexual behavior, knowledge, and health of the Wesleyan student body. We hope that the results of our survey can spark a conversation on what issues, if any, Wesleyan may have pertaining to sexual activity and safety. The survey is nearly all multiple choice and should take less than 3 minutes. Thanks a bunch for filling it out!
Take a minute out of your growing finals dread and give it a whirl. Quick, easy and in collaboration with the WSA. Survey here.
Don’t you love taking surveys? I sure do! If you’re like me, then Oriana Ott ’14 has something that’s right up your alley:
Give us a hand… Participate in a Brief Study on Personal Values and
This study is completely anonymous and only takes about 5 minutes to
I appreciate your help with my research!
Deadline: November 29th, 2012