Wesleyan's Teddy Amoloza and student organizations are working to raise funds to build a new home for survivors of typhoon Haiyan.
Professor of Physics Gabriel C. Spalding will be honored by the American Physical Society (APS) for his efforts to expand laboratory instruction nationwide for undergraduate students.
A new book by Wesleyan's Rebecca Gearhart and Linda Giles gives voice to the Mijikenda, whose experiences have received less attention than the better-known Swahili people.
In his course, "The Social History of a Candy Bar," Wesleyan's William Munro traces the complexities of chocolate's journey in becoming a worldwide commodity.
Wesleyan's David Vayo composed "Winter Into Spring" amid the mountains of Wyoming while an artist in residence during his sabbatical semester.
"Wellspring," a composition by Wesleyan's David Vayo, will headline the season's opening concert of the Chicago Composers Orchestra -- a group co-founded by Brian Baxter '07.
Theatre of Good Intentions: Challenges and Hopes for Theatre and Social Change by Wesleyan's Dani Snyder-Young examines what theatre can -- and cannot -- affect.
Assistant Professor of Physics Thushara Perera will study the properties of cosmic dust through a National Science Foundation grant, which will support instruments and student research assistants.
Ram Mohan was formally invested as the Wendell and Loretta Hess Professor of Chemistry during the annual President's Convocation on Sept. 4.
Short story master Raymond Carver is the subject of a new volume of essays edited by Professor of English James Plath.