Month: September 2018
2 open spots in FYS: FIST148, Responding to Political Turmoil
2 spots are open in FYS: FIST148, Responding to Political Turmoil.
The class meets M/W 10:50-12:10, in PAC422.
Contact: Professor Weisberg <email@example.com> immediately if interested!
Creative Journaling Workshop – Sept 13 at 1 pm
WesWell, the Office of Health Education, is an integral part of Wesleyan University’s Health Services. WesWell understands the impact of student health on academic performance and is committed to providing services that are designed to develop healthy behaviors and prevent health concerns that may interfere with academic and personal success.
EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Wellness Experience
Are you seeking self-care strategies for health and well-being? Do you want to learn new skills and gain tools to manage stress? Join the Wellness Experience for the month of February to increase resiliency and gratitude, and to flourish!
- Select a wellness activities to practice in each week.
- Choose from a broad range of activities to fit into your schedule.
- Each week addresses a different wellness theme: social, emotional, physical and spiritual
First up: Social Wellness Week! See the schedule here!
CSPL 330 now open to First Year Students
|Crosslisting: GOVT 330|
This course explores how the relations, relationships, and discourse between senior national civilian and military leaders influence the development and execution of policy and strategy in war and peace. In theory, the purpose of war is to achieve a political end that sees a better peace. In practice, the nature of war is to serve itself if it is not influenced and constrained by continuous discourse and analysis associated with good civil-military relations between senior leaders. This course begins with discussion of the key foundational works to build a common understanding. It then explores how civil-military interaction influenced strategy in war and peace for each decade from the Vietnam War to the present. The readings and seminar discussions also examine how the outcomes of wars influenced civil-military relations and the subsequent peace or wars. This course lies at the intersection of international relations, history, and conflict studies. Students will gain greater understanding of how U.S. policy makers, strategy, and war interact, while honing their critical thinking and writing skills.
|Credit: 1||Gen Ed Area Dept: SBS CSPL|
|Course Format: Seminar||Grading Mode: Graded|
|Level: UGRD||Prerequisites: None|
|Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (GOVT)(GOVT-Intl.)|
Robert M. Cassidy, Ph.D.
Drop/Add, Family Weekend, Drop-ins, & more
I hope you are having a good experience in your courses and community experiences at Wes. Here are a couple of things to keep in mind:
- You should check the class of 2022 blog regularly for posting about available courses and other important information and deadlines.
- Drop/Add Period begins September 3, 8:30 a.m. and ends September 14, 5 p.m.
Family Weekend Friday, 09/28/2018 – 09/30/2018
10 min Quick Drop-ins: Mon. 2-3 p.m., Tues. 3-4 p.m., Wed. 4-6 p.m., Thurs. 11 a.m.-noon, Fri. 2-4 p.m.
- To schedule an individual appointment, contact Mrs. Maheu or by phone at 860-685-2765