Program and Schedule

Tanner, October 31, 2017 Wellesley College Science Center
8:45-9:15 am Breakfast, Science Center Focus Area
9:15-10:25 am Session 1
10:25-10:45 am Break, Science Center Focus Area
10:45-11:55 am Session 2
12:00-1:30 pm Luncheon and Tanner Exhibition, Science Center
1:30-2:40 pm Session 3
2:40-3:00 pm Break, Science Center Focus Area
3:00-4:10 pm Session 4




TANNER RECEPTION 4:15-6:00 p.m.

At the Wellesley College Club for presenters and their advisors



Sustainability Year at Wellesley College, 2017-2018, is underway! All year long we hope to foster discussions of what sustainability means to the Wellesley community and to communities around the world. This Tanner panel addresses the most urgent and crucial goal for sustainability--how to motivate and mobilize people to work towards an environmentally safe and just world.

Grassroots Environmentalism: Mobilizing People Through Forestation, Farming, Faith and Feminism (Panel)

Session Four
SCI 277
Amanda Hernandez ’18, Environmental Studies; Molly Hoyer ’18, Comparative Literature; Ciaran Gallagher ’17, Environmental Chemistry; Nisreen Abo-Sido ’18, Environmental Studies
Advisor: Jessica Hunter, Environmental Studies and Marilyn Sides, English Department

For more information on the year for sustainability at Wellesley visit


TANNER EXHIBITION 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

The Tanner Exhibition provides students the opportunity to learn about Wellesley's international study, internship, and fellowship programs.  Faculty and staff from Wellesley's campuswide programs will be available to speak with students on the second floor catwalk area during the lunch break. Come discover opportunities for your future.


TANNER LUNCHEON 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

(lunch will be served in the Science Center Focus Area and Science Library)

tuscan chicken plate
gluten free
lemon and rosemary chicken breast, arugula pesto
tuscan quinoa with sautéed spinach, caramelized onions,
cannellini beans, roasted peppers, and shaved parmesan
and grilled vegetables
middle eastern falafel plate
gluten free/vegan/vegetarian
chickpea falafel, quinoa tabbouleh
grilled mediterranean vegetables, hummus,
tahini and taro chips
maple glazed salmon plate
soy maple glazed salmon filet
vegetarian lo mein noodles
roasted brussel sprouts and butternut squash with ginger cream
bottled assorted sodas, sparkling waters and iced teas
Please note the Bae Pao in the campus center and Pomeroy cafeterias will also be open.


The Wellesley College Guild of Carillonneurs is a student-run organization whose members provide the music of the bells on campus. Active members of the Guild receive lessons, play in masterclasses, and perform regularly on the carillon during the school year. The Guild also hosts open tower events and concerts open to the entire Wellesley community.

Housing 32 bells, the Wellesley carillon was installed in Galen Stone Tower above Green Hall in 1931. The tower is 182 feet tall from the ground to its highest finial. Aside from a few years during World War II, the carillon has been played by Wellesley students since its installation.

Sarah Gonzalez ‘20
Siciliano from 4 Easy Pieces by Antonio Diabelli
Estudio 5 by Fernando Sor
Estudio 6 by Sor
Take 7, from the Wellesley Studies by Geert D’hollander
Gavotte and Double by Willem deFesch

Chloe Shi ‘20
Just Around the Riverbend from Pocahontas
The Old Castle from Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky
Spring Morning from Ludus Modalis by Geert D’hollander
Mourning Voices from the Wellesley Studies by D’hollander
Campanella II by Edward Nassor

Kelly Navickas ‘19
Etude in G by Matteo Carcassi
Consolation from Songs Without Words by Felix Mendelssohn
Minuet from 4 Easy Pieces by Antonio Diabelli
Sorrowing from Ludus Modalis by Geert D’hollander
Campanella in D

Alison Draikiwicz ‘18
Accents from Ludus Modalis by Geert D’hollander
Andante from 4 Easy Pieces by Antonio Diabelli
Possum and Taters by Charles Hunter
Wellesley Nocturne by Mitchell Stecker
Chiapanecas, Mexican folk song arranged by Percival Price