Alumni News

Wesleyan alumni are making news every day.  Keep abreast of Wesleyan happenings – both on-campus and off – and take a moment to share what you’ve been up to.  Post to the Bulletin Board or submit a Class Note.  If you’ve done it, we want to hear about it.

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Project by Winkler ’16 Nominated for European Outdoor Conservation Association Grant

Project by Winkler ’16 Nominated for European Outdoor Conservation Association Grant

“Walking Elephants Home,” a project by recent graduate Becca Winkler ’16 has been nominated for the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) grant. Created to support projects that improve the relationships humans have with nature and our environment, the EOCA, with help from public voting, biannually chooses three projects to receive a significant amount of funding in…
Bloom ’75 Hosts Talk On Women’s Physical and Emotional Health

Bloom ’75 Hosts Talk On Women’s Physical and Emotional Health

Amy Bloom ’75, director of the Shapiro Center for Creative Writing and the Shapiro-Silverberg Professor of Creative Writing, leveraged her more than 30 years of experience as a licensed clinical social worker to be a featured guest speaker at “Lady Parts: Car Talk for Women’s Bodies Fundraiser,” which took place March 5 at the Ivoryton…
O’Shaughnessy ’08, Springer ’13, Pasarow ’13  Offer Career Advice in Publishing

O’Shaughnessy ’08, Springer ’13, Pasarow ’13 Offer Career Advice in Publishing

On Feb. 24, three recent Wesleyan alumnae returned to campus for a panel conversation on “Finding a Career Path in Publishing.” The event, held in Downey House, was co-sponsored by the Department of English, Writing Programs and the Shapiro Center for Creative Writing. Caitlin O’Shaughnessy ’08, Anabel Pasarow ’16, and Danielle Springer ’13 traced their…
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Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board: Alexander Golick '10

A year ago, I quit working for a Fortune 5 company and started working on Intensify, a boutique advertising agency full time. We’ve helped e-commerce businesses triple their sales, law firms acquire 100’s of new clients, and grown social media accounts to achieve viral posts. I’d love to connect with Wes Alumni any interested in with anyone potentially interested in our services! Read More

Bulletin Board: Wesleyan Editors

Alumni, faculty, students and staff are invited to submit their latest books, information about forthcoming titles, and other literary news for possible coverage in Wesleyan magazine. Read More

Bulletin Board: Winchester Fellowship

The Winchester Fellowship supports graduate work in literature or writing for graduating seniors and recent graduates. Apply by April 3! Read More

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Check out the December issue of the Magazine!
Check out the December issue of the Magazine!
Wesleyan magazine’s new flip format is easy to read and easy to share. Look inside now to meet America’s most innovative rancher, Anya Fernald ’98; map the obesity epidemic with William H. Dietz ’66; enjoy a conversation about film criticism with Jeanine Basinger and A.O. Scott P’18; and more!