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1. The bells were rung at 6PM on Thursday, September 29th in honor of the marriage of Kalee Robbins ’11. We wish her the best!

2. Come out to meet the international and exchange students.
Tonight in Faculty Parlors at 7pm. There will be music, food, games,scrapbooking and fun !!!!

Giavarna Faison
WISA President

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Wells Daily News

1. The Society of Physics Students is having a movie night!!! This Thursday at 8pm in the Express Cafe, we will be showing The Elegant Universe. Stop by and learn something. There will be free snacks, cafe drinks, physics, and good company available to any of the willing participants in our glorious event.

2. Hello everyone,

Tonight JCC will be meeting in Faculty Parlours at 9pm to watch the second half of Princess Mononoke. Hope to see you all there!

Aly

3. Sunday, Oct 2nd, 4:30-5:10 p.m.: Are 138 years of Wells history as a women’s college still relevant?
Come to Vespers, the campus chapel service, to learn and discuss some of the little-known aspects of the college’s history, in preparation for the Collegiate observance the next day. If you wish, continue the conversation over dinner. Open to everyone.

4. Greetings,
Join us for the First Peoples?\’ Festival Friday, September 30th and Saturday, October 1st. Please share this message with others.
The First Peoples’ Festival is a celebration of indigenous peoples of New York State with traditional music, crafts, displays and foods. We provide an educational opportunity for the public to learn more about the traditions and unlearn the stereotypes connected with indigenous cultures. The First Peoples’ Festival is in Dewitt Park in partnership with Ithaca’s Apple Harvest Festival. Vendors only will be in the park Friday, September 30 and vendors + performers Saturday October 01, 2011, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. Activities for all ages including corn husk doll making, balloon creations by Amazing Pete, learn about traditional basket weaving, learn a social dance, learn about the art of making a lacrosse stick and visit the vendors booths for that one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry or a painting. There will be so much more?..
Join us at 4 pm in the intersection of Cayuga & MLK/State Streets this Friday the 30th for a performance by Native Earthling Band sponsored by the First Peoples’ Festival. Here is the schedule of performers on Saturday:
11:30 a.m. Opening welcome by the Tadodaho Sid Hill
12:00 Dan Hill – flute
12:30 Theresa Bear Fox – songs 1:00 Tonia Lora- Galban – traditional stories 2:30 Ganondagan Young Spirit Dancers 3:30 Tonia Loran Galban -Mohawk basket weaving history & demonstration 4:00 Theresa Bear Fox 4:30 Dan Hill

The First Peoples’ Festival is sponsored by the Multicultural Resource Center, American Indian Program at Cornell University, Cornell University, Ithaca College, Tompkins Cortland Community College and Wells College, and hosted by Dewitt Park and the City of Ithaca. This event is made possible with corporate support from Home Depot and grant support from the Community Arts Partnership. LOCATION
DeWitt Park
300 N. Cayuga Street at 100 E. Buffalo Street
Ithaca, New York 14850
This event is free. For more information contact Audrey J. Cooper at (607) 272-2292.

Kurt Pipa
Lecturer in Japanese
Wells College

5. Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff

The Wells College Student-Athletes have signed up for the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk and we are hoping you’ll support us. The Walk will take place on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at the Waterloo Outlet Mall. Every donation really does make a difference, even a donation of $5 will help:

* Make progress toward finding breast cancer’s causes and cures. The American Cancer Society has played a role in nearly every major breast cancer breakthrough in the last century, which has led to the discovery of life-saving breast cancer treatments like Tamoxifen and Herceptin. You will help us find more!

* More people have the information and tools they need to help prevent breast cancer or detect it early.

* More people with breast cancer have a place to turn around the clock and help them through every step of their cancer journey whether it’s a free ride to treatment, a place to stay, or just being able to talk to someone who has “been there.”

* More women like our spouses, mothers, daughters, sisters, and grandmothers have access to life-saving mammograms and treatments.

To support us in our efforts, please visit our team page. If you are going to be in town, we would love you to join our team and walk with us. If not, please make as generous a donation as you can under our Wells SAAC name. Please feel free to share this link with your family and friends.

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/MakingStridesAgainstBreastCancer/MSABCFY12Eastern?team_id=1001708&pg=team&fr_id=36039

Each of us has our own reasons for caring about the fight against breast cancer…whatever your reasons, we hope you’ll choose to make a difference, make history, and make strides with us!

Sincerely,

The Student-Athletes Advisory Committee
Sara Spezzano ’12 – Chair
Juli Vibbard ’12 – Vice-Chair
Sarah Deschenes ’11 – Secretary
Mike O’Brien – Advisor
and The Wells College Student-Athletes

6. Outside Scholarship Opportunities Available

The Institute for Humane Studies

The Institute for Humane Studies is now accepting applications for our Humane Studies Fellowship and paid journalism and public policy internships.

IHS Journalism Internship Program

Paid journalism internships for talented writers who support free markets, individual rights, and peace. Opportunities at nonprofit newsrooms, major media networks, newspapers, and new media sites. Applicants may also apply for funding for internships secured on their own. Program includes a stipend plus housing and travel assistance, and a seminar on freedom of the press. Apply by November 15 for spring and by January 31 for summer. http://www.TheIHS.org/journalism

Public Policy Internships: Paid summer internships at more than 100 think tanks and policy organizations across the US. A comprehensive program that includes two career workshops in Washington, DC, and weekly lectures by academics and policy professionals. Professional guidance on writing policy pieces and interviewing. Stipend plus housing and travel assistance. Apply by January 31. http://www.TheIHS.org/publicpolicy

Humane Studies Fellowships: Awards of up to $15,000 for graduate students and outstanding undergraduates pursuing academic careers whose work advances a free society. Recent award winners are studying topics such as the relationship between utopianism and liberalism and the concept of civility in 17th Century Anglo-American political thought. Apply by December 31. http://www.TheIHS.org/hsf

Scholarship Experts.com

ScholarshipExperts.com is now accepting applications for:

Shout It Out Scholarship (Deadline: September 30)

*must be U.S. student 13 years of age or older

*Respond (250 words max): “if you were given a 60-second appearance on a late-night talk show, what would you ‘shout out’?”

*Apply at http://www.scholarshipexperts.comapply.htx

College Prowler “No Essay” Scholarship (Deadline: September 30)

*U.S. students currently enrolled in college

*Apply at http://scholarshipexters.clickmeter.com/882040/

Scholarship Points Scholarship (Deadline: September 30)

*U.S. students currently enrolled in college

*Apply at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/notes/sp.jsp

Cappex “A GPA Isn?t Everything” Scholarship (Deadline: September 30)

*U.S. students enrolled in college

*Apply at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/notes/capg.jsp

Education Matters Scholarship (Deadline: October 31)

*U.S. students 13 years of age or older

*Respond (250 words max): “What would you say to someone who thinks edu”ation doesn’t matter, or that college is a waste of time??

*Apply at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/apply.htx

Zinch Super Student Stimulus Scholarship (Deadline: December 31)

*U.S. students enrolled in college

*Apply at http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/notes/zs.jsp

Campus Discovery $2,500 “Advice to Your High School Self” Scholarship (Deadline: January 31, 2012)

*U.S. citizens enrolled at (or recently graduated from) a 2- or 4-year college in the U.S.

*Complete survey, respond (200 words): “Assume you could go back in time and talk to yourself as a high school senior. Knowing what you know now about college life and making the transition, what advice would you give yourself?”

Sallie Mae?s Scholarship Search Tool

Sallie Mae has now begun a free scholarship search. The search will provide access to an award database that contains more than 3 million scholarships. If you would like to register, you will automatically be entered into their monthly drawing for a $1,000 Scholarship Giveaway.

Visit http://SallieMae.com/Scholarships to register.

Laura Burns, Assistant Director of Financial Aid
office: 315-364-3289
fax: 315-364-3227

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Wells Daily News

1. Email Invitation

You are invited to participate in an exciting project! Researchers from the Department of Sociology at Wells College need you to volunteer! You may have seen our fliers around campus! We are exploring how pornography is selected and how people are talking about it! If you are a male between the ages of 18 and 35, we would like to include your unique perspective in our project!

Most of what has been written about pornography focuses on the bad stuff and it leaves the voices of men out of the picture. We?d like to add something new to the way we think about porn by including the voices of young men in our research. If you choose to participate you will be asked to share information through a confidential, phone interview on how you select what you like to watch and what you think of the types of porn that are available. We?re also interested in your perceptions of reality t.v., and fantasy (porn-star porn) vs. reality porn (like, amateur) and which type you think is better! If you are interested in participating, or would like more information, please send an email to Seniorsociologyproject@gmail.com and one of our researchers will answer any questions you may have. We encourage you to ask questions and to become part of our project!

2. Dear Students,

Please join us this Friday, September 30, 2011, at 12:40 P.M. in Stratton 209, as the Wells College Science Colloquium Series presents Catherine Walker ’09, who will be speaking about “Solid Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Ion Batteries.”

Catherine graduated from Wells College in 2009, magna cum laude, with a major in Chemistry and a minor in Mathematics. She is currently working on her doctorate in the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has also served as a Wells College Alumnae Trustee.

Dr. Bailey

3. Reminder to Students:

Spanish Tutor, Zoe Kellet, is available in the Learning Commons Area of the Library on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6-8pm. Tutoring services are free of charge for Wells Students. Please stop by for help with Spanish homework, studying for tests, answering general questions or if you are just interested in learning some basics of the language.

Kristie Zieler, M.A.
Coordinator of Learning Support Services

4. Attention all students:

The Office of Learning Support Services is conducting a short survey concerning support services currently available on campus and your opinion about tutoring services that will hopefully be in place by next semester. Please consider taking the survey to give your opinion and experience with services on campus. This will help us to create new opportunities and supports for you. The survey will be available until next Wednesday October 5th and can be found at the following link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6DBFGHK

Thank you for taking the time to help us evaluate and expand our services on campus!

Kristie Zieler, M.A.
Coordinator of Learning Support Services

5. The Office of Student Activities and Leadership presents: LAC LA BELLE! *When: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 8pm

*Where: EXPRESS CAFÉ (Location change! This event will not be in the Sommer Center)

Lac La Belle is an acoustic duo from Detroit, Michigan that juxtaposes the early decades of recorded rural American music with decaying Rustbelt aesthetic. A tradition is re-imagined- or maybe just resumed- in the ‘future-rustic’ swirl of accordion, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, and resonator guitar. The instrumentation echoes another era, but is employed for a music of now. Find out more about them at http://www.laclabellemusic.com

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Wells Daily News

1. This Wednesday, September 28th. POWER is hosting their annual Wine and Cheese event. All faculty, staff and students are encouraged to come! Please remember to bring your ID if you would like some wine. The wine and food is free, so come and network!

2. STUDY ABROAD STUDY ABROAD STUDY ABROAD

Reminder – Presentation on the Advanced Studies in England program

Cleveland Auditorium
Wednesday, Sept. 28
12:40 pm
Reminder-Deadline for spring semester study abroad approval forms October 1st

Amy Torea
Coordinator, Off-Campus Study

3. The Wells College Bookstore announces:

HUGE CLEARANCE SALE- ONE DAY ONLY

Wed, Sept 28 from 10:00am – 5:00pm

Upstairs in the Sommer Center

75% off Clothing

90% off Wells Gift Items and Office & Art Supplies

(Sale excludes merchandise in the bookstore)

Richard Kloster, CCR

4. The Society of Physics Students is having a movie night!!! This Thursday at 8pm in the Express Cafe, we will be showing The Elegant Universe. Stop by and learn something. There will be free snacks, cafe drinks, physics, and good company available to any of the willing participants in our glorious event.

Here’s an interesting blip by Brian Green on the Theory of Everything to get you fired up.

“The fundamental particles of the universe that physicists have identified-electrons, neutrinos, quarks, and so on-are the “letters” of all matter. Just like their linguistic counterparts, they appear to have no further internal substructure. String theory proclaims otherwise. According to string theory, if we could examine these particles with even greater precision-a precision many orders of magnitude beyond our present technological capacity-we would find that each is not pointlike but instead consists of a tiny, one-dimensional loop. Like an infinitely thin rubber band, each particle contains a vibrating, oscillating, dancing filament that physicists have named a string.”

Be better than everyone else, join SPS.

Questions, concerns, complaints?
E-mail our president – cbradley@wells.edu

5. The Office of Student Activities and Leadership presents: LAC LA BELLE! When: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 8pm
Where: SOMMER CENTER

Lac La Belle is an acoustic duo from Detroit, Michigan that juxtaposes the early decades of recorded rural American music with decaying Rustbelt aesthetic. A tradition is re-imagined-or maybe just resumed- in the ‘future-rustic’ swirl of accordion, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, and resonator guitar. The instrumentation echoes another era, but is employed for a music of now.
Find out more about them at http://www.laclabellemusic.com 6. Don’t forget that there’s still plenty of time to shoot and submit a video for the Alas, Babylon Video Short Contest. Get a group together or make a video yourself and win some cash! We can’t wait to see what you come up with. Submit videos by Monday, October 3rd!

Nicole Pellegrino
Director of Student Activities and Leadership

7. This Friday (9/20/2011) is the deadline to reserve a seat on one of the vans for Fall Break Transportation. Please be aware that the van run from Syracuse Airport to Wells on October 11, 2001 at 7:00 pm is full. There are still seats available on the three earlier runs.

Please complete a transportation request to reserve your seat on the appropriate shuttle run no later than Friday, September 30, 2011. There are no other shuttle runs available. Please reserve your seat early! You may contact the Transportation Department for additional information on taxi and limo services available.

Leaving Wells:

Ithaca Airport/Bus Station ? 10/6, 10/7, 10/8 ? leaving Wells at 7:30 am, 11 am, 3 pm, and 7 pm

Rochester Airport ? 10/6, 10/7, 10/8 ? leaving Wells at 7 am, 11 am, 2 pm, and 7 pm

Syracuse Airport/Bus/Train Station ? 10/6, 10/7, 10/8 ? leaving Wells at 7 am, 11 am, 2 pm, and 7 pm Returning to Wells:

Ithaca Airport/Bus Station ? 10/10, 10/11, 10/12 ? leaving Airport/Bus at 7:30 am, 11 am, 3 pm, and 7 pm

Rochester Airport ? 10/10, 10/11, 10/12 ? leaving Airport at 7 am, 11 am, 2 pm, and 7 pm

Syracuse Airport/Bus/Train Station ? 10/10, 10/11, 10/12 ? leaving Airport at 7 am, 11 am, 2 pm, and 7 pm

Please be aware that the van run from Syracuse Airport to Wells on October 11, 2001 at 7:00 pm is full. There are still seats available on the three earlier runs.

David C. Gardner
Director, Department of Campus Safety

8. The Wells College Student-Athletes have signed up for the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk and we are hoping you’ll support us. The Walk will take place on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at the Waterloo Outlet Mall. Every donation really does make a difference, even a donation of $5 will help:

* Make progress toward finding breast cancer’s causes and cures. The American Cancer Society has played a role in nearly every major breast cancer breakthrough in the last century, which has led to the discovery of life-saving breast cancer treatments like Tamoxifen and Herceptin. You will help us find more!

* More people have the information and tools they need to help prevent breast cancer or detect it early.

* More people with breast cancer have a place to turn around the clock and help them through every step of their cancer journey whether it’s a free ride to treatment, a place to stay, or just being able to talk to someone who has “been there.”

* More women like our spouses, mothers, daughters, sisters, and grandmothers have access to life-saving mammograms and treatments.

To support us in our efforts, please visit our team page.
If you are going to be in town, we would love you to join our team and walk with us. If not, please make as generous a donation as you can under our Wells SAAC name. Please feel free to share this link with your family and friends.

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/MakingStridesAgainstBreastCancer/MSABCFY12Eastern?team_id=1001708&pg=team&fr_id=36039

Each of us has our own reasons for caring about the fight against breast cancer…whatever your reasons, we hope you’ll choose to make a difference, make history, and make strides with us!

Sincerely,

The Student-Athletes Advisory Committee
Sara Spezzano ’12 – Chair
Juli Vibbard ’12 – Vice-Chair
Sarah Deschenes ’11 Secretary
Mike O’Brien – Advisor
and
The Wells College Student-Athletes

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Wells Daily News

1. TO: Wells Students, Faculty and Staff

FROM: Office of Residence Life and Learning Communities

RE: Fall Break (October 8-11, 2011)

Classes end on Friday, October 7th for Fall Break and resume on Wednesday, October 12th. All Residence Halls will remain open during Fall Break. Although the Residence Halls and some campus offices will be open during Fall Break the Office of Residence Life and Learning Communities and the Department of Campus Safety need to be aware of who is staying on campus during the break. ? Registration: If you plan to remain on campus during all or any portion of the break, you must register online at the following location: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/fall-break

If you are leaving campus during the break, please remember to:

1. Close your windows and draw your shades if in a first-floor room. 2. Unplug all appliances including your alarm clocks. Your refrigerator may remain plugged in.

3. Empty trash in your room. 4. Remove/store all perishable food that roaches or other pests could get to. 5. Turn off all lights. 6. Lock your door behind you. DINING SERVICES:

Please note meals during Fall Break are not included with your Meal Plan. The last meal served in the Dining Hall prior to Fall Break is dinner on Friday, October 7th which ends at 7:30pm. The first meal served in the Dining Hall after the Fall Break is dinner on Tuesday, October 11th which begins at 5:30pm.
Students who plan to remain on campus during Fall Break are able to use their Dining Dollars cards at the Village Market, The Fargo, and the Aurora Inn for meals. If you are out of Dining Dollars, we encourage you to add money to your Dining Dollars account prior to the break. Remember, when you add money to your Dining Dollars account, you receive a 10% bonus. If you have questions about Wells Dining during the break, please contact the Wells Dining staff at catering@wells.edu. https://global.wells.edu/ics/Students/Wells_Dining.jnz or go directly to the Dining Hall for additional information. TRANSPORTATION:

For detailed information about transportation during Fall Break, please go to the Transportation section of the Wells Globe (http://global.wells.edu) located under the Students Tab. If you have questions regarding transportation, please e-mail transportation@wells.edu. You may also call Campus Safety at 315-364-3229. HEALTH & SAFETY REMINDERS:

We remind all students to be safe and healthy during Fall Break by practicing good prevention tips to avoid getting and/or spreading the seasonal flu. Wash your hands often and thoroughly and sanitize surfaces, particularly those often touched by others. Do not share beverages or food and avoid touching your nose, mouth and eyes. We hope you enjoy your Fall Break! If you have questions, please see your Resident Advisor or e-mail residencelife@wells.edu. FAMILY & FRIENDS WEEKEND:

The Office of Student Activities and Leadership hopes to see you and your friends and family at Friends and Family Weekend October 27th-29th. Take a haunted hayride, win prizes at our casino night, and catch the play one night. Please stay tuned for more details!

Thank you,

Malindra M. Ratnayake
Director of Residence Life and Learning Communities
Wells College
170 Main Street,
Aurora, NY 13026
Phone: 315-364-3313
Fax: 315-364-3324

2. Students:

I am pleased to report that Wells College will once again be submitting student nominations to the annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) to be held March 28-April 1, 2011, at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Wells College students have attended and presented at each NCUR conference since 1989.

The NCUR conferences are intended to be celebrations of undergraduate intellectual life in which the students present their own research to a national audience, and engage in scholarly discussions in their own and other disciplines. The over 3000 student exhibits, papers, performances, and posters presented this past year were from a wide variety of academic areas. ANY discipline in which a student has performed scholarly or creative work is eligible and there are no class-standing requirements. Wells College has supported student presenters from each of the four Academic Divisions.

Abstract books from previous conferences are available in my office if you would like to see what other students in your area have presented.

The on-campus NCUR selection committee has requested from faculty nominations of students who have engaged in research or some other scholarly or creative activity appropriate to their field of interest. Please speak with your faculty mentor about submitting an abstract. They have received applications via campus mail. These applications must be returned to the on-campus committee by October 17. Copies of the application form are available at http://henry.wells.edu/~cbailey/NCURapp11.pdf

Students selected by the on-campus committee will need to fill out additional application forms supplied by the conference; these will be submitted to the conference by mid-November. Students selected by the on-campus committee who then have their applications accepted by the conference will have their entire participation (travel, registration, lodging, etc.) funded by the college.

If you have questions, please ask.

Dr. Bailey

3. The Outdoor Climbing club will be hosting our next event soon! We will be gong Camping and Hiking the weekend after break. October 14-15 (Friday and Saturday). Both events will take place at Watkins Glen. We went camping and hiking there last year. The camping sites are very nice and the hiking area is beautiful-complete with waterfalls. The plan is that those who want to go camping will leave Friday afternoon, much like the club did last year. For those who don’t want to go camping, and only hiking, they will leave Saturday morning and meet the campers to hike up the waterfalls. Last year, for those interested but needing to be back in the afternoon to work, we were able to work around that so that they could still attend. We ask that people sign up by sending an email to pchestna@wells.edu. If no one signs up, there will not be a trip, so if you are interested, please let us know!

Please contact pchestna@wells.edu for more information as well. 4. The Outdoor-Climbing Club would like to organize a climbing group that climbs more regularly than our other events. The group has yet to be organized so we are open to ideas. We are thinking about climbing weekly or bi-weekly at the gym at Cornell and learning to climb outdoors, as well as trips to other gyms. We will just be climbing for fun, so climbing level is not important. Beginners always welcome.

If you are interested in joining the group and want to help get it started, or want more information, please contact pchestna@wells.edu

5. The Campus Greens are hosting a campus cleanup on Sunday October 2nd from noon until 3pm. There will be snacks, garbage, prizes, and fun! Bring yourself, maybe some work gloves (some will be provided if you don’t have any), and all your friends. We”meeting outside Zabriskie hall. Feel free to to drop in/out for however long you want. There will be a table with some Greens outside Zabriskie for the duration of the event.

Also, if you’re interested in joining Campus Greens, come to our meetings on Mondays at 6pm in Zabriskie.

6. Come get your groove on at Disco Dodge!

When: This Saturday -October 1st, 10pm-1am.
Where: Sommer Center.
Contests: Twister Contest ($20 Dining Dollars Prize), Most 70’s outfit (1st place: $20 Dining Dollars, 2nd: $15 dining dollars). Questions? Email pb@wells.edu

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Pre-Law Information Night

The Pre-Law Advisory Group will be holding an information session during dinner tomorrow night from 5pm-6pm in the Dining Hall. If you are interested in learning more about the Pre-Law Advisory Group or joining us for dinner tomorrow night, please contact Eric Vaughn at evaughn.

Listserv Information

Are you interested or thinking about a career in law? Join the Pre-Law listserv!! If you are interested in joining the Pre-Law listserv, please follow the instructions below or email me at evaughn to join the Pre-Law internship.

Subscription information for internship listserv:

To subscribe to the Pre-Law listserv, please send an email to pre-law-on@wells.edu. There doesn’t need to be any Subject or any text in the body. To unsubscribe from the Pre-Law listserv, please send an email to pre-law-off@wells.edu. There doesn’t need to be any Subject

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Planning to do an internship over January term or spring semester, but not sure where?

Then this program is for you!!!!

Who: Students interested in doing an internship.

What: Discuss how to locate an internship site and learn about the process of receiving credit for an internship. Students only need to attend one session. Session highly encouraged for all students thinking about doing an internship.

Info Session 1: Wed., September 21 at 12:30 PM in the Long Library, Henry Wells Room

Info Session 2: Tuesday, September 27th at 7:30 PM in Stratton 209 Lecture Hall

Info Session 3: Thursday October 6th at 12:30 PM in the Long Library, Henry Wells Room

Students only need to attend one session. Session highly encouraged for all students thinking about doing an internship.

For more information, please contact Experiential Learning and Career Services at careers .

Eric Vaughn

Director

Wells College

Office of Experiential Learning and Career Services

Long Library, Learning Commons

Aurora, New York 13026

315.364.3379 voice

315.364.3423 fax

www.wells.edu

Wells College

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