On Sunday, April 2nd Wellesley College Professor of Sociology Lee Cuba will speak about his recently published book Practice for Life:  Making Decisions in College, which argues that becoming liberally educated is a messy process involving making decisions and learning from them.  Drawing on interviews with over 200 students who attended seven colleges, Professor Cuba will discuss five important areas of decision-making: managing time and balancing commitments, developing personal support networks, establishing a sense of home in unfamiliar places, asking for advice, and seeking intellectual engagement.

We welcome Westchester alumnae, who will join us as we greet newly admitted Wellesley College prospective students at this lecture.  Light refreshments will be served from 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. 

Accessible entrance is available for the lower level floor of the house where the lecture will be held.  Please contact Jing Cao for more information so she can make appropriate arrangements for access.

Please let us know if you plan to attend this free event by clicking HERE!


Sunday, 04/2/17 at 2:30pm - 3:30pm | iCal


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