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Events for February 1, 2017 x
Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions
Feb 1

Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions:
The Wells College Concert Choir will have its first meeting of the semester on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 at 7:00 pm in Barler Auditorium. All interested STUDENTS, FACULTY, and STAFF are invited to attend our first rehearsal, which will basically be an organizational meeting.

The Concert Choir meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-9:15pm during the semester, and performs a concert near the close of the semester. We welcome singers at all levels of experience - all you need is a love of singing and a desire to learn. Students can take Concert Choir (MUS 150) for two credits, or can also participate for zero credits without registering.

Singers who are new to the Concert Choir will meet briefly with me for an informal placement audition, to determine in which section (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) you will be most comfortable. Placement auditions can take place on Wednesday, January 27, from 6:00-6:45pm, or immediately after our first rehearsal, in my studio, Barler 111.

Jostens Class Ring Days
Feb 1

Jostens Class Ring Days:
Our Jostens Class Ring representative will be on campus. Special event pricing, rings starting at $199.
10am - 3pm @ The Dining Hall

Sponsored by the Wells College store.

Wells Wednesday Check- In
Feb 1

Wells Wednesday Check- In:
The President Advisory Committee on Diversity, Inclusion, and Intercultural Excellence would like to invite members of the campus community to stop by Zab 306 to talk about some of your concerns and items that are going well. We would like to create a space monthly that allows members of the campus community to talk about what is going on locally and nationally. Please feel free to email Latesha Fussell, Director of Campus Life for Diversity & Inclusion if you have any questions or concerns.

3pm @ Zabriskie 306

Academic Success Workshop: Time Management
Feb 1

Academic Success Workshop: Time Management
Attend to create your time budget and gain some strategies for successful time management.
12:15pm @ The Library Learning Commons
Presented by the Office of Student Success.

Internship Poster Presentations
Feb 1

Internship Poster Presentations
30 students will be presenting their recent internships
1pm @ The Library Learning Commons

Academic Success Workshop: Time Management
Feb 1

Academic Success Workshop: Time Management
Attend to create your time budget and gain some strategies for successful time management.
12:15pm @ The Library Learning Commons
Presented by the Office of Student Success.

Events for February 2, 2017 x
Alumnae and Alumni Bonita Springs Luncheon
Feb 2 @ 12:00pm

Join President Jonathan Gibralter in Florida for the annual Alumnae and Alumni Luncheons!

brightly colored sculpted box
Annual Student Art Show 2017
Feb 2 @ 6:00pm

Work by students in the visual art program will be on display.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 2

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

RA Info Session
Feb 2

RA Info Session:
Interested in applying to be an RA? Have a few questions that need to be answered first? Meet with Residence Life to hear more about the RA role!
8pm @ FacPar

Events for February 3, 2017 x
Alumnae and Alumni Sarasota Luncheon
Feb 3 @ 12:00pm

Join President Jonathan Gibralter in Florida for the annual Alumnae and Alumni Luncheons!

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 3

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Audition for Audrey Woolever's Dance Thesis
Feb 3

Audition for Audrey Woolever's Dance Thesis
Do you love to Dance? If so, come try out for Audrey's Thesis in the Schwartz Dance Studio. You may be one of the 10 dancers she is looking for!
7pm @Schwartz Dance Studio

Moana Dive In Movie
Feb 3

Moana Dive In Movie:
Splash around in the pool while watching Moana! We will be raffling off Moana movie posters too!
9pm @ Schwartz Pool

Science Colloquium
Feb 3

Friday, February 3 12:25pm - 1:25pm

Weekly seminar series that hosts speakers from a wide range of scientific fields

Location: Stratton 209

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

Audition for Audrey Woolever's Dance Thesis
Feb 3

Friday, February 3 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Do you love to dance? If so, come try out for Audrey's Thesis in the Schwartz Dance Studio. You may be one of the 10 dancers she is looking for!

Location: Schwartz Dance Studio

Sponsoring Organization: Theatre & Dance

Categories: Performance

Events for February 4, 2017 x
Women's and Men's Basketball vs. Cazenovia
Feb 4

Women's Bball Game: 1pm, February 4 @Schwartz
Men's Bball Game: 3pm, February 4 @ Schwartz

Learn more about athletics at Wells.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 4

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Events for February 5, 2017 x
Women's and Men's Basketball vs. Morrisville St
Feb 5

Women's Bball Game: 12pm February 5 @ Schwartz
Men's Bball Game: 2pm February 5 @ Schwartz

Learn more about athletics at Wells.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 5

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Super Bowl Party
Feb 5

Super Bowl Party: Sunday @ 6:30pm in The Well
Check your Wells student email for more details!

Audition for Audrey Woolever's Dance Thesis
Feb 5

Sunday, February 5 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Do you love to dance? If so, come try out for Audrey's Thesis in the Schwartz Dance Studio. You may be one of the 10 dancers she is looking for!

Location: Schwartz Dance Studio

Sponsoring Organization: Theatre & Dance

Categories: Performance

Events for February 6, 2017 x
greg gelewski portrait
Organics and Food Waste: Successfully Turning a Waste Problem into a Resource Opportunity
Feb 6 @ 12:15pm

Greg Gelewski of the Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency will talk about food waste composting by organizations like Wells.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 6

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Sustainability Perspectives series: Organics and Food Waste: Successfully Turning a Waste Problem into a Resource Opportunity
Feb 6

Monday, February 6 12:20pm - 1:20pm

Greg Gelewski, recycling operations manager for Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency, will explain how food waste composting fits into the hierarchy of Solid Waste and Materials Management? How are communities – like Wells College - looking at diverting organics to recycling to meet their waste diversion goals?

Location: Zabriskie 106

Sponsoring Organization: Center for Sustainability and the Environment

Categories: Sustainability

Living in L.A.
Feb 6

Monday, February 6 4:00pm - 7:00pm

Ever wonder what it is like to move to Los Angeles? Can you make a living there after graduation? Come to an informal discussion with Mary Losurdo and Ben Holt, both from the class of 2014, who have been living and working in L.A. for the past three years. They are on hand to talk about their move, and how they are making it work!

Location: Phipps Auditorium

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

Events for February 8, 2017 x
colleen boland speaking at a protest
Why I Went to Standing Rock: Reflections from an Air Force Veteran and Climate Warrior
Feb 8 @ 4:30pm

Retired Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Colleen Boland will discuss movements focused on protecting water and other natural resources.

Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions
Feb 8

Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions:
The Wells College Concert Choir will have its first meeting of the semester on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 at 7:00 pm in Barler Auditorium. All interested STUDENTS, FACULTY, and STAFF are invited to attend our first rehearsal, which will basically be an organizational meeting.

The Concert Choir meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-9:15pm during the semester, and performs a concert near the close of the semester. We welcome singers at all levels of experience - all you need is a love of singing and a desire to learn. Students can take Concert Choir (MUS 150) for two credits, or can also participate for zero credits without registering.

Singers who are new to the Concert Choir will meet briefly with me for an informal placement audition, to determine in which section (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) you will be most comfortable. Placement auditions can take place on Wednesday, January 27, from 6:00-6:45pm, or immediately after our first rehearsal, in my studio, Barler 111.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 8

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

First Nations and Indigenous Studies and the Center for Sustainability and the Environment Event
Feb 8

Wednesday, February 8 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Retired Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Collen Boland will speak about her work as an environmental activist and her experience at Standing Rock with the 4,000 veterans that traveled there in December 2016 to show support for the rights of the Water Protectors resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Location: Zabriskie 106

Sponsoring Organization: First Nations and Indigenous Studies at Wells College

Categories: Social Justice

Events for February 9, 2017 x
Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 9

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Valentine Printing - Open Studio
Feb 9

Thursday, February 9 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Valentine Printing at Wells Book Arts Thursday February 9
Stop by and hand print a Valentine Card using the letterpress facilities at Wells.
No Experience Necessary. First card is free, additional cards available for sale.
Open Valentine Printing will be from 12 – 4pm in Morgan Hall First Floor Print studio

Location: Morgan Hall

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

Student Assembly
Feb 9

Thursday, February 9 8:30pm - 9:30pm

Come to Stratton 209 to hear about events at Wells, important updates, and to use your voice! One member from every club and committee is required to come, but everyone is welcome.

Location: Stratton 209

Sponsoring Organization: Collegiate Association

Events for February 10, 2017 x
students rehearsing in barler hall
"Juvie," a play by Jerome McDonough
Feb 10 @ 7:30pm

Mary Losurdo '14 will direct this thought-provoking play, set in a juvenile detention center.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 10

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Science Colloquium
Feb 10

Friday, February 10 12:25pm - 1:25pm

Weekly seminar series that hosts speakers from a wide range of scientific fields

Location: Stratton 209

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

Events for February 11, 2017 x
students rehearsing in barler hall
"Juvie," a play by Jerome McDonough
Feb 11 @ 7:30pm

Mary Losurdo '14 will direct this thought-provoking play, set in a juvenile detention center.

vigor lam portrait
Men's Leadership Conference: Vigor Lam
Feb 11 @ 11:00am

Come to this workshop to deconstruct the gender binary, learn the impact of homophobia, transphobia, and patriarchy, and gain helpful tools.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 11

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Events for February 12, 2017 x
Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 12

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Events for February 13, 2017 x
professor bruce bennett
Visiting Writers Series: Bruce Bennett
Feb 13 @ 7:00pm

Bruce Bennett, Professor Emeritus, will read from his newly published collection "Just Another Day in Just Our Town: Poems New and Selected 2000-2016.

nick hollingshead with map
Thinking Spatially
Feb 13 @ 12:15pm

Geospatial Analyst Nick Hollingshead will discuss the principles of spatial thinking and geography in our everyday lives and environment.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 13

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Sustainability Perspectives series: Thinking Spatially
Feb 13

Monday, February 13 12:20pm - 1:20pm

Nick Hollingshead, geospatial analyst for Cornell University, will explain that today, more than ever before, we are surrounded by spatial data, whether it’s using the GPS in our smartphones to navigate to a restaurant or examining a map of temperature changes due to global climate change. But how well do we understand this spatial information? When are we fooled by poor spatial data and how can we learn to be more spatially intelligent? This lecture will focus on the principles of spatial thinking and geography in our everyday lives and in the study of our global environment. This talk is held in conjunction with the college’s In Residence program.

Location: Zabriskie 106

Sponsoring Organization: Center for Sustainability and the Environment

Categories: Sustainability

Poetry Reading: Bruce Bennett
Feb 13

Monday, February 13 7:00pm - 8:00pm

The Visiting Writers Series is thrilled to welcome back Bruce Bennett, Professor Emeritus, to read from his newly published collection, Just Another Day in Just Our Town: Poems New and Selected 2000-2016. This event will be the launch of a reading tour to celebrate the new book. Bruce is the author of ten books of poetry and more than two dozen poetry chapbooks. His first New and Selected Poems, Navigating The Distances, was chosen by Booklist as one of the top ten poetry books of 1999. In 2015 he received the first annual Writing The Rockies Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Creative Writing. As with all VWS events, this one is free and open to the public.

Location: AER (Macmillan)

Sponsoring Organization: Visiting Writers Series

Events for February 14, 2017 x
heart shaped cookies
Valentine's Day Tea Time
Feb 14 @ 3:00pm

Staff Forum will host a Valentine's Day Tea with homemade treats for students in the Grind at 3:00 p.m.

Build a Buddy
Feb 14

Build a Buddy
Meet us in the Dining Hall Cafe area for our Valentine's Day event and make your own stuffed animal! Each animal comes with a "Somebody at Wells loves me" shirt and a birth certificate! Supplies are limited so be sure to get there early!
11:30am - 1:30pm @ The Dining Hall

Valentine's Day Festival
Feb 14

Valentine's Day Festival:
Collegiate invites you to their Valentine's Day festival in Sommer!
8 - 10pm @ Sommer

Poetry Master Class with Bruce Bennett
Feb 14

Tuesday, February 14 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Professor Emeritus Bruce Bennett is offering an informal Master Class on poetry, with Professor Dan Rosenberg, open to all Wells community members interested in poems, creativity, and the writer's life. This open discussion gives us another chance to learn from the accomplished poet who taught creative writing at our school for over 40 years with grace, charm, and good humor. Don't miss it!

Location: Faculty Parlor

Sponsoring Organization: Visiting Writers Series

Staff Forum Valentine's Day Tea
Feb 14

Tuesday, February 14 3:00pm - 7:00pm

Staff Forum Valentine's Day Tea - 3:00PM @ The GRIND

Location: The Grind

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

Events for February 15, 2017 x
Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions
Feb 15

Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions:
The Wells College Concert Choir will have its first meeting of the semester on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 at 7:00 pm in Barler Auditorium. All interested STUDENTS, FACULTY, and STAFF are invited to attend our first rehearsal, which will basically be an organizational meeting.

The Concert Choir meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-9:15pm during the semester, and performs a concert near the close of the semester. We welcome singers at all levels of experience - all you need is a love of singing and a desire to learn. Students can take Concert Choir (MUS 150) for two credits, or can also participate for zero credits without registering.

Singers who are new to the Concert Choir will meet briefly with me for an informal placement audition, to determine in which section (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) you will be most comfortable. Placement auditions can take place on Wednesday, January 27, from 6:00-6:45pm, or immediately after our first rehearsal, in my studio, Barler 111.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 15

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

In-Residence Guest Nick Hollingshead
Feb 15

Wednesday, February 15 12:30pm - 3:30pm

In-Residence GIS guru Nick Hollingshead Workshop

Location: Zabriskie PC lab

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

In-Residence Guest Nick Hollingshead
Feb 15

Wednesday, February 15 6:00pm - 9:00pm

In-Residence GIS guru Nick Hollingshead Workshop

Location: Zabriskie PC lab

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

Events for February 16, 2017 x
janus wind quintet text and blossoming branch
Janus Wind Quintet Concert
Feb 16 @ 7:00pm

The Janus Wind Quintet is a professional woodwind quintet which performs music from a wide range of composers and styles.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 16

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Trivia sponsored by Student Activities
Feb 16

Trivia sponsored by Student Activities:
Bring up to 6 of your friends to The Well to try your hand at trivia! In this cumulative tournament you could win $10 a piece to Amazon for winning the evening and $500 for winning the entire tournament.
9pm @ The Well

Study Abroad in Ireland
Feb 16

Study Abroad in Ireland:
Information table in the Dining Hall at lunchtime. Stop by and get more information on the University College Cork.
11:30am - 1:30pm @ The Dining Hall

Events for February 17, 2017 x
Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 17

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Lujong Intramural
Feb 17

Lujong Intramural:
Lujong is a series of Tibetan physical exercises for the development of mind/body awareness and integration, arising out of a martial arts tradition. Similar to Tai Chi, but with faster, more lively movements, this practice is easy, fun, and adaptable to any level of fitness. Everyone is welcome, and no speical clothing or equipment is needed; just wear something that lets you move freely.
2:30pm @ Learning Commons

Science Colloquium with Jamila Walida Simon
Feb 17

Science Colloquium
Jamila Walida Simon
'The Food Dignity Program'
Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research
Cornell University
12:20pm @ Stratton 209

Wells College Red Cross Blood Drive
Feb 17

Wells College Red Cross Blood Drive:
The Wells College Red Cross Club Blood Drive is this Friday, February 17, 2017 from 1:00pm-6:00pm in Sommer Center. Starting tomorrow Red Cross Club members will be tabling outside the dinning hall during dinner with a sign up sheet. It is highly encouraged to sign up for a time slot.
1 - 6pm @ Sommer

Events for February 18, 2017 x
Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 18

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Sugar High: French Toast Casserole
Feb 18

Saturday, February 18 3:00pm - 4:30pm

Come join Sugar High in learning how to make a french toast casserole from scratch. Quick and fun event preparing you for adulthood

Location: AER Kitchen

Sponsoring Organization: Sugar High

Events for February 19, 2017 x
Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 19

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Events for February 20, 2017 x
tom vawter with lake in background
Redemption! The recovery of America's Most Polluted Natural Lake
Feb 20 @ 12:15pm

Tom Vawter, associate scientist for EcoLogic LLC and emeritus faculty at Wells College, will relate the success story of Onondaga Lake.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 20

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Sustainability Perspectives series: Redemption! The recovery of America's Most Polluted Natural Lake
Feb 20

Monday, February 20 12:20pm - 1:20pm

Tom Vawter, associate scientist for EcoLogic LLC, and emeritus faculty at Wells College, will explain how Onondaga Lake in Syracuse, New York, neglected for over a century, suffered from sewage pollution from the region's wastewater treatment plant and toxic chemical pollution from nearby industries. In the late 1990s, under court order, the clean-up began and would become one of the most expensive environmental clean-ups in the country.

Location: Zabriskie 106

Sponsoring Organization: Center for Sustainability and the Environment

Categories: Sustainability

Events for February 21, 2017 x
dan hill playing his flute with the lake in the background
Cayuga Presence on Cayuga Territory
Feb 21 @ 4:30pm

Dan Hill will discuss the present conditions for the Cayuga Nation in the region.

Events for February 22, 2017 x
Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions
Feb 22

Wells College Concert Choir Meetings/Auditions:
The Wells College Concert Choir will have its first meeting of the semester on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 at 7:00 pm in Barler Auditorium. All interested STUDENTS, FACULTY, and STAFF are invited to attend our first rehearsal, which will basically be an organizational meeting.

The Concert Choir meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-9:15pm during the semester, and performs a concert near the close of the semester. We welcome singers at all levels of experience - all you need is a love of singing and a desire to learn. Students can take Concert Choir (MUS 150) for two credits, or can also participate for zero credits without registering.

Singers who are new to the Concert Choir will meet briefly with me for an informal placement audition, to determine in which section (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) you will be most comfortable. Placement auditions can take place on Wednesday, January 27, from 6:00-6:45pm, or immediately after our first rehearsal, in my studio, Barler 111.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 22

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

The Latinx Lover
Feb 22

Wednesday, February 22 1:15pm - 2:15pm

This panel will discuss stereotypes such as being compared to spices, Machismo, body pressures, and the pressure of being labeled a "Latinx Lover"

Location: Zabriskie 106

Sponsoring Organization: Campus Life

Events for February 23, 2017 x
sarah prevette portrait
Sarah Prevette, Entrepreneurship Week Keynote Speaker
Feb 23 @ 7:00pm

The founder of Sprouter and BetaKit and co-star of the new reality series Quit Your Day Job will talk about making an impact as an entrepreneur.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 23

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid: HWA: the basics and an update on the current NYS infestation
Feb 23

Thursday, February 23 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Stefan Lutter, environmental resource educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County, will lead a workshop on how to identify this terrestrial invasive insect and steps to combat its spread. The group will then take a field trip to view the HWA infestation on the Wells College campus; dress appropriately for the weather conditions.

Location: Zabriskie 212

Sponsoring Organization: Academic Department

Student Assembly
Feb 23

Thursday, February 23 8:30pm - 9:30pm

Come to Stratton 209 to hear about events at Wells, important updates, and to use your voice! One member from every club and committee is required to come, but everyone is welcome.

Location: Stratton 209

Sponsoring Organization: Collegiate Association

Events for February 24, 2017 x
elizabeth mozer portrait
The Asylum Project
Feb 24 @ 6:30pm

The new play is conceived, created and performed by Elizabeth Mozer

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 24

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Debrief of the Black Solidarity Conference
Feb 24

Friday, February 24 9:00pm - 10:00pm

Members of the Wells Community who attended BSC with Umoja, will come together and discuss their experience and what they have learned

Location: Faculty Parlor

Sponsoring Organization: Campus Life

Events for February 25, 2017 x
Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 25

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Events for February 26, 2017 x
Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 26

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Events for February 27, 2017 x
petra page mann in hoop house with plants
Resilient Seeds in a Changing Climate
Feb 27 @ 12:15pm

Petra Page-Mann, co-founder of Fruition Seeds, will talk about innovative models that are reconnecting food systems and civilizations.

Annual Student Exhibition
Feb 27

Annual Student Exhibition:
The public is invited to an opening reception for the The Annual Student Exhibition. This show features work made during Fall 2016 by students in book arts and studio art courses.

The String Room Gallery is free and open to the public during the afternoons every day except Tuesdays. Read more about this exhibit.

Sustainability Perspectives series: Resilient Seeds in a Changing Climate
Feb 27

Monday, February 27 12:20pm - 1:20pm

Petra Page-Mann, co-founder of Fruition Seeds, will explain how seed, the foundation of food and of civilization, is now a commodity, after millennia of being shared as a commons. After losing over 80% of the genetic diversity of our agricultural crops in the last century, innovative models are reconnecting food systems and civilizations as never before, right here in the Finger Lakes. You play a larger role every day than you realize.

Location: Zabriskie 106

Sponsoring Organization: Center for Sustainability and the Environment

Categories: Sustainability

Events for February 28, 2017 x
miki agrawal portrait
Miki Agrawal, Entrepreneurship Week Keynote Speaker
Feb 28 @ 7:30pm

The creator of THINX, ICON, Wild NY, and TUSHY will give a talk titled "Turning Challenges into Opportunity."

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