As the external affairs associate director for the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Beverly Morgan-Welch ’74 strives to illuminate the influence, history and experiences of black people in America.
Lexicographer Kory Behny Stamper ’96 is a rock star among word nerds.
January 10-26, 2018Enjoy face-to face encounters with two of the world’s last great frontiers – Southern Patagonia’s majestic fjords and glaciers, and Torres del Paine’s stunning scenery.
January 10-19, 2018Be among a privileged few to participate in a uniquely designed itinerary featuring three nights in the spirited, soulful capital city of Havana...
January 20-30, 2018Travel with Andy Rotman, Smith Professor of Religion, Buddhist Studies, and South Asian Studies, and Janna White ’07, Writer and Editor specializing in South Asian Works, on a journey that will begin in Bangkok, the “City of Angels”...
Victoria (Tori) Greco Hiranaka ’19’s internship with the website Cooking with Grandmothers has inspired her to cook up her own business after graduation.
Max Pabilonia ’21 wants to turn wastewater into a prime growing environment for an eco-friendly alternative to natural gas.
Thirteen new tenure-track faculty members will teach at Smith in subject areas ranging from anthropology to statistical and data sciences.