One Grand Reunion

This is a three-in-one cycle reunion: combining 2020 classes of 5&0; 2021 6&1; and 2022 7&2!

50th Class Celebrations for 1970, 1971 and 1972.

An unprecedented opportunity to join with other classes with whom you don't usually share reunions. The weekend will present some challenges to create the sort of experience everyone wants and considers tradition.

Women's History Month Lecture Series: The Experience of a Lifetime: Captain Joan Hankey in Her Own Words

The Experience of a Lifetime: Captain Joan Hankey in Her Own Words

Presented by Amy Ensley, Director of the Hankey Center for the History of Women’s Education

Tuesday, March 1 at Noon
Lenfest Learning Commons, John Stewart Memorial Library In-person or via Zoom (Zoom details will be shared the morning of each event)

Refreshments Provided

Alum Panel at Wilson College virtual info session

Wilson College is holding virtual panel discussions with faculty as well as current students and staff. We plan to cover everything from what it’s like to live on campus, specific majors, and all things financial aid.

Register to attend this Zoom session. 

Wednesday, May 20 (4 p.m. EST)
Alum Panel at Wilson College
Hear from six recent Wilson graduates about their Wilson experience, what they're doing now, and how a Wilson education prepared them for life after college.

Socialisation and the 'Culture of Fear'


How we fear is closely linked to ideas about morality and personhood. It is for this reason that the way we socialise young people is of great significance in understanding the culture of fear that prevails in the 21st century. The aim of this talk is to explore their influence of parenting and education on the way that society expresses its fears about the problems of everyday life.