Alumnae Spotlight Stories
  • What Remains Is Love
    What Remains Is Love

    Women are twice as likely to take on the role of caregiver to declining parents or partners. Though the physical and emotional toll can be great, moments of uplift and meaning can lead to unexpected connections and joy.

  • Feisty Feminists and the Rogues Who Love Them
    Feisty Feminists and the Rogues Who Love Them

    Novelist Sarah Trabucchi ’00 comes out from behind her pen name (Sarah MacLean) to talk about the subversive feminism that propels her historical romances.

Smith Travel
  • On the Road to Freedom
    On the Road to Freedom

    March 10-17, 2019
    Join us on a carefully designed program which focuses on understanding the Civil Rights Movement, one of the most significant influences to shape recent American history.

  • Spain: Andalucia in a Parador
    Spain: Andalucia in a Parador

    March 28 - April 5, 2019
    Share eight days with fellow alumnae just outside of Antequera’s historic architectural buildings in a sleek, modern parador (luxury hotel), Parador de Antequera, which offers an urban oasis surrounded by foliage on Spain’s dry southern plain.

  • Celebrating Havana’s 13th Biennial
    Celebrating Havana’s 13th Biennial

    April 10-16, 2019
    Smith Travel is delighted to offer you a last-minute opportunity to participate in the 13th Biennial in Havana: “The Construction of the Possible.” Dates for this event were only recently confirmed by the Wilfredo Lam Contemporary Art Foundation...

Events and Programs
Stories from Smith
  • One Student: The Coral Whisperer
    One Student: The Coral Whisperer

    A Smith summer internship through Smith’s Coral Reef Ed-Ventures program has fueled Sabrina Cordero ’19’s interest in the intersection of education, policy, environmental science and marine biology.

  • Smith Profcast: Ileana Streinu
    Smith Profcast: Ileana Streinu

    Ileana Streinu, the Charles N. Clark Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, discusses her latest research sponsored by a fellowship from Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

  • How I Got That Job
    How I Got That Job

    Caitlyn Shea Butler ’04 is an associate professor in civil and environmental engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a researcher and scholar specializing in biological wastewater treatment.