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Short Survey Opportunity

WOULDJA LIKE TO TAKE A SUR-VAY?

Looking for a little survey-tastic procrastination? Matt Motta ’13 has you covered with an academic survey:

I am conducting some research for a research project. Please help me out by taking my short survey – it won’t take more than 10 minutes! Click here to access the survey. You must be 18 years old to participate.

Date: Until October 12th
Time: Anytime!
Place: Your computer

WSA Elections Now Open

From Syed the WSA member:

The following WSA elections are now OPEN:

  • Class Representative, 2013/2014/2015
  • Approval of Constitutional Changes
  • WSA Survey
Vote now at the WSA voting site.  Elections close the night of Friday, May 04 just before midnight.

From Syed the Wesleying poster:

Candidates, want your candidate blurb/image/video/facebook event on Wesleying? Submit them by Monday at 10 PM to staff[at]wesleying[dot]org.

Wesleyan National Survey: Call for PAID Interviewers

Aubrey Hamilton ’12 wants to know if you’re interested:

Are you interested in social media, educational inequalities, terrorism, or perceptions of current policy issues including protests domestically and in the Middle East?

THIS IS THE LAST WEEK to participate as a PAID interviewer for an opinion research project sponsored by the Wesleyan Media Project, the Quantitative Analysis Center, and Professors Fowler and Long.

Want to make some EXTRA MONEY for Spring? The number of hours and schedule is up to you. Pays $8.50/hr.

If you are interested in participating please contact ahamilton[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or rchayes[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.

Compostin’ Survey: What’s that smell??

Have you heard of Ben “British Petroleum” Purinton ’13? Because he’s heard of you. Uh. Anyways. He comes bearing gifts, and news from the front lines of institutionalized composting:

Pretty please take this little, itty bitty, 6 question (multiple choice!) SURVEY. It will help us on the Composting Committee better serve you in the future, and maybe even get us some fancy new buckets. Answers are anonymous, so don’t hold back!

Let the record state that in this event submission, by the way, the start date is listed as “errday,” and the end date is listed as “when we’ve stopped climate change.” So you’ve got a little time.

Also, relevant: anyone know where our composting bucket is? Did we leave it out back somewhere? Let me know if you see it!

Last Chance to Vote for WSA!

It’s 6PM.  Have you voted for WSA Class Rep?

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WSA Spring Elections end in 6 hours!  While many of you have voted (especially 2014), many of you haven’t (2013 should be embarrassed).  If you like the current WSA, vote to keep it that way.  If you don’t like the way the WSA currently is, vote to change it.  Either way, voting in WSA elections can have a huge impact on practically every aspect of the school year.  Complaining that the WSA sucks or that it doesn’t represent you doesn’t mean anything if you don’t vote.

If you take classes or have an advisor, you have an interest in academic affairs.  If you spend time on campus (i.e. living here), you have an interest in student affairs.  If you eat or get financial aid, you have an interest in finance and facilities.  If you’re in a student group, you have an interest in community outreach and student budget.  If you want WSA transparency, you have an interest in external affairs.  Basically, if you’re a student, you have an interest in getting the best possible people on the WSA.

Don’t forget to participate in the WSA survey also, so the assembly can get a better sense of what you want.  Constitutional changes matter too.  To vote in these, and in class year elections, just go to WSA.WESLEYAN.EDU/VOTING.  It only takes a few seconds!

If you have questions about candidates running for re-election, ask another WSA representative.  Quite frankly, if you ever have questions or complaints about anything Wes-related, tell any and all WSA representatives.  While I’m sure the ACB has its highlights, it often helps to tell someone who can do something about it.

Here’s some info on the candidates, in the order it was submitted:

Medical Leave Survey!

Have you taken medical leave during your time at Wesleyan? If so, please help Wesleyan Students for Disability Rights learn more about your experience by taking a short survey so we can work on clarifying the process. Your answers will be anonymous.

Take the survey here*

*WSDR is in no way affiliated with Justin Bieber, but we are upset about his new haircut and believe he would want you to take this survey…

Survey on Everyday Experiences of Gender-Based Discrimination at Wesleyan

From Ray Edwards ’10:


My name is Ray Edwards and I am currently a graduate student in Psychology at Wesleyan writing my Masters Thesis on Everyday Experiences of Gender-Based Devaluation. I am collecting experiences from female community members at Wesleyan, in hopes of understanding how gender roles and expectations play out in our community here. While there is much research on women’s lives and different types of discrimination they experience, this study focuses on the more subtle, day-to-day aspects of being a woman in different social contexts. This research will be used to further knowledge about women’s unique experiences.

I am inviting you to participate in an online study that should only take about 15 minutes to complete. Please consider taking part in this study. Your unique experiences are important and should be heard. To participate in this study you must be 18 years of age or over, and your biological sex must be female.

Here’s the survey LINK.

Sociology Survey

Daniel Nass ’13, the survey genius behind last month’s beardedness-by-major exploration, writes in with another survey for Wesleyan students who enjoy taking surveys. This one is about music, which is almost as dear to my heart as beards:

Will Feinstein ’13, Stefan Skripak ’13, and I are conducting a quick survey for our soc final. It’s about how people learn about and acquire new music. Fill it out if you’ve got two minutes to spare! LINK.