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Students Honored with 2022 Academic Scholarships, Fellowships, Prizes

More than 150 prizes are awarded to students each May through Student Affairs, the Dean’s Office, and Student Involvement. "Many of Wesleyan’s prizes highlight the intellectual curiosity, academic excellence, creative expression, leadership, and service of our students, while also honoring and thanking our alumni and friends for their generous gifts and contributions," said Kelly Dunn, dean for the Class of 2025.

May 16, 2022

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The Jewish Journal

Jon Hanish ’84 speaks about transitioning from a filmmaker to a rabbi. In film school, Hanish would stay connected to his Judaism by throwing Passover seders. “I kept my involvement going,” he said. “Whenever my friends wanted to cast a rabbi in their films, they’d cast me, because I was the person who was the most knowledgeable about Judaism.”

The Hill

Gary Yohe, Huffington Foundation professor of economics and environmental studies, emeritus, suggests that government agencies work to maintain conditions favorable for international climate research efforts while protecting U.S. interests. 

Toward a More Human-Centered Future of Work

In what could be considered the most unpredictable work environment in history, Steve Cadigan ’86, the author of Workquake, believes that embracing newly developing cultural norms can help build meaningful career paths and successful organizations.

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