Neuroscientist Frances Jensen ’78 explains the impulsive, perplexing and powerful adolescent brain in her latest book, co-written with Amy Ellis Nutt ’77.
Alumnae business leaders who soared above expectations reflect on the challenges of their ascent and offer advice to a new generation of women on the fast track.
October 23 - November 4, 2015South Africa is one of the African continent’s most intriguing countries and a complex tapestry of interwoven threads: an animal kingdom of enormous diversity,....
October 27 - November 4, 2015Set sail to discover fascinating facts about the Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires while delving into the distinctive contemporary culture of Turkey along its ancient Turquoise Coast.
October 29 - November 7, 2015Experience the charm and magic of one of the world’s most enigmatic countries—Bhutan. The Land of the Thunder Dragon is no ordinary place.
Nava Grunfeld, MAT ’81’s paintings explode with color and texture. Her exhibit at the Alumnae House Gallery runs through December 9. Here she shares a little about her background and her thoughts on being an artist.
Abby Onos ’17 was excited to work over the summer in an initiative to restore the Mill River waterfront.
The systematics garden at Smith underwent a major overhaul to reflect current thinking in evolution and genetics.