This Tuesday April 13, 2021 at 4pm, WesWIS is hosting an “Industry Careers in Science” Panel for undergraduates looking for an alternative to going to grad school right after Wes. All interested students are encouraged to attend!
Meeting ID: 934 1682 4562
Come get the inside scoop on classes from juniors and seniors in all of the different STEM majors (no professors allowed!) You can get help thinking about next semester as well as your whole plan for your major, getting involved with research, or any other questions you might have. Join Wesleyan Women in Science remotely on Friday, April 8th at noon! All WesWIS events are open to all genders and majors.
Meeting ID: 997 1629 0964
Swipe right, Swipe Left! WesWIS is inviting you to a Student-Faculty Speed Networking event. There will be one faculty member from every NSM department. Students of all backgrounds, identities, interests and class year are encouraged to participate.
We will use a platform that allows students and faculty to be matched according to interests, sounds familiar? Both faculty and student will have the option to skip or accept the match. If both student and faculty accept the match, they have 5 minutes to chat and have the possibility to extend the meeting to 9 minutes. But do not worry about this now, we will spend the first few minutes of the event on Zoom to go over the logistics.
Research-a-Palooza takes place Saturday, February 13, starting @ 12:30 pm (https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/96679368314).
We will start with an hour long panel on “How to get into Research,” followed by Q&A with departments and individual research labs (Chemistry, MBB, Bio, NSB, Psych, https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/91391685233; Astronomy, EES, COE, Physics, Math, CS, https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/93954636251).
The Math Workshop is a free drop-in math tutoring service, operated by undergraduate and graduate students, that is available to all members of the Wesleyan community. The Workshop is continuing in the online form that was initiated after spring break last year.
The hours for the “Virtual Math Workshop” are:
Monday – Friday 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
Sunday – Thursday 7 -10 pm
The Zoom link is: https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/94135542297
This information is also available on the Mathematics & Computer Science Website: https://www.wesleyan.edu/mathcs/
The Math&CS department organizes this service in addition to the regular office hours of individual instructors, and complementary to the other tutoring programs offered by the University.
Wesleyan’s chapter of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) would like to welcome you to Wesleyan. In the upcoming month you all will begin making your schedules for an unprecedented semester, and along with your class dean, Dean Phillips, and your academic advisor, we would like to introduce our student organization to you as a resource as well. We can help answer or find answers to questions specifically about pre-med, pre-dental, or pre-veterinary tracks at Wesleyan, as well as questions about majoring in the sciences in general.
Students who know they would like to follow these paths, along with those who are considering them, are encouraged to contact us before as well as during the semester. You can send a general email to email@example.com, or contact any of the board members that are listed below. Our Facebook and Instagram pages are also linked below, and they contain information on our goals for the semester and as an organization. We look forward to hearing from you, and hope to see you at our upcoming events!
President: Tashfia Jilu ‘22 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice President: Edrea Jiang ‘23(email@example.com)
Treasurer: Neeky Yassari ‘22 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Secretary: Alyssa Cortes ‘23 (email@example.com)
Facebook: Weslayan AMSA (https://www.facebook.com/Wesleyan-AMSA-169527007043185)
via Zoom 3pm EDT Wednesday, August 5
Zoom Meeting ID: 965 9981 5672
Zoom Passcode 401493
Zoom link: https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/96599815672?pwd=dGl3NzlRcXR5b1lRWlQvemJ6VHV3QT09
Please RSVP through this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf59iFx81EIncZu50Lx_xlIybMWH5-tD5IM4wk1YNdQD0MdGQ/viewform
MAPS contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAPS (Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students) Wesleyan Chapter, formerly known as BLAC, is a group organization that is under the Student National Medical Association (SNMA). Wesleyan’s MAPS Chapter is paired with its big sibling SNMA chapter of Quinnipiac Medical School. MAPS’ aim is to provide a support system enriched with advice, informative events, resources, etc. for minority students that are on the pre-med track. To kick start the 2020-2021 academic year, MAPS will be hosting an informative panel titled: Navigating Being Minorities in STEM/Pre-Med at Wes. This panel will feature Wesleyan’s AMSA (American Medical Students Association) Chapter and will be moderated by MAPS Co-President, Shantel Sosa ‘21 and FTF Orientation Leader, CeCe Payne ‘21. This panel is aimed for incoming and current minority students who are interested in learning about how to make the best out of their Wesleyan career as a STEM/Pre-Med student.
- Matiza Sacotingo ‘21, MAPS Co-President, French Studies major and Chemistry minor
- Ivie Uzamere ‘21, MAPS Secretary, Biology & Science in Society double major and Chemistry minor
- Tashfia Jilu ‘22, Co-MAPS Representative and AMSA President, Biology and Science in Society double major
- Khari Derrick ‘22, MAPS Co-Underclassmen Liaison, Government major w/ an American government concentration and Chemistry minor
- Edrea Jiang ‘23, AMSA Vice President, prospective Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and Economics double major
PRESENTED BY: Mildred Rodríguez, PhD, Health Professions Advisor
Thursday, 13 August 2020
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Are you planning on pursuing a health profession program in the future and have questions about courses, whether you should be volunteering or doing community service in the summer, will you be able to study abroad, why a GAP year might be beneficial, when you should start studying for the MCAT or DAT, or any number of other inquiries, come and join the Health Professions Advisor, Mildred Rodríguez, PhD, for an open forum to ask and discuss anything related to your goals in attending a health professional program in the future. Currently at Wesleyan, there are students considering dentistry, optometry, nursing, allopathic and osteopathic medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, physical therapy and physician assistant programs; you are all welcome to come and ask your questions.
Presented by the Gordon Career Center
Co-Sponsored by the American Medical Student Association, Wesleyan Chapter
Co-Sponsored by Minority Association of Premedical Students, Wesleyan Chapter
Co-Sponsored by the National Organization on Rare Diseases Student Association of Connecticut
Co-Sponsored by the Wesleyan Pre-Veterinary Medicine