Relive Fall Weekend 2021
Join President Katherine Bergeron and Professor Michelle Dunlap for Fall Convocation.
Interested in learning more about the career resources available to Conn students? Please join us for a panel discussion with Persephone Hall, Senior Director of the Hale Center for Career Development, where young alumni and current students will share their Hale Center experiences with the parent community. Panelists will discuss how best to utilize the resources available, personal success stories, the new ACE curriculum and more.
Join us for the first of a series of career networking events for current and alumni athletes, which will spotlight athletes from each sport to showcase a range of professional industries. Smaller industry-based discussions between students and alums to follow.
Climate change, increased population density, and geographic mobility are aiding in disease outbreaks, such as COVID-19, Ebola, dengue, Zika, “Fake News,” and influenza. Join Jean C. Tempel ’65 Professor of Chemistry Marc Zimmer as he explores the intersection between infectious disease and modernization. Professor Zimmer will also discuss his new book, The State of Science, which investigates phony science ranging from questionable “health” products to the fervent anti-vaccination movement. Q & A to follow; please submit your questions when you register!
Note: If you are unable to ‘COVID and the State of Science’ at the scheduled time, a recording of this webinar will be available at the conclusion of the event.
Description pending, but Professor Suttmann-Lea will focus on discussing her election research; voting in the digital age; and mail-in voting
Description pending but: Impact of Covid on health and economic disparities
President Bergeron will share the latest news from the College and the ways the campus has adapted to meet the challenges presented by the unique and unprecedented COVID-19 era.
Connecticut College Alumni of Color (CCAC) will join current students, staff, faculty, alumni, and families for an inclusive webinar focused on the experiences of people of color. Each Breakout Room will focus on specific topics including Self Care and Empowerment; Navigating Imposter Syndrome and Belonging; and Activism in the Modern Era. Panelists include Derrick M. Newton Jr. ’17, Dr. Yalidy M. Matos ’09, and Dr. Lois Mendez Catlin ’80. Join us and become part of our empowered voices of color.
Enjoy a virtual performance highlighting one of the College’s oldest traditions: A Cappella!