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Wesleyan’s architecture design class and its Research-Design-Build Studio have been recognized by the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2010 Small Projects Practitioners Awards. They were recognized for the observation platform “Split Frame” they created for the Helen Carlson Wildlife Sanctuary in Portland, Conn., in 2008. The studio and class are overseen by Elijah Huge, assistant […]

This summer, Battleworks returns to Wesleyan with its signature movement vocabulary: arresting, moving, humorous and virtuosic. In April, Robert Battle was named Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and in 2011 will take the helm of one of this country’s most important and influential cultural institutions. After eight years of touring nationally […]

Complete coverage of ceremony with photos, speeches, awards and more

The student-created non-profit organization wins Dell’s Social Innovation Competition and $50,000

The Olin Professor of English, Emeritus, a 2010 member of the prestigious academic honorary society

Russell Perkins ’09, COL, has been awarded a 2010 Rhodes Scholarship.

ABC News Reporter Bill Blakemore ’65 will deliver a presentation titled “The Psychologies of Global Warming” in Memorial Chapel at 8 p.m. on Nov. 3. Blakemore has been reporting on climate change for the last several years. His talk will include “examples displaying different ‘psychologies, as well as manmade global warming’s place in the long […]

This semester, Wesleyan has begun offering a linked major program for Environmental Studies. Barry Chernoff, the Robert Schumann Professor of Environmental Studies, Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences, professor of biology and director of the Environmental Studies Certificate Program, explained the new major to interested students during a recent campus event. The linked major program […]

Versed, a new poetry collection by Rae Armantrout published by Wesleyan University Press, is a National Book Award Finalist.  There will be a reading of the Finalists’ work on Nov. 17 at The New School in New York City. On the following day, the winners will be announced at the annual awards ceremony.

My Vocabulary Did This to Me: The Collected Poetry of Jack Spicer, edited by Peter Gizzi and Kevin Killian, published by the Wesleyan University Press, is one of the winners of the 30th annual American Book Awards for 2009.  The awards are presented by the Before Columbus Foundation and will be formally award on Sunday, […]

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