Scholars in Studio
Government Professor Donna Divine: "Reconstructing the Mugamma"
Mountain Day 2011
The Noteables sing the perfect Mountain Day song.
If it's Friday, it's Korean
Language lunch tables are popular on campus, especially the Korean-speaking table.
Five accomplished alumnae will be awarded the Smith Medal on Rally Day 2012, including documentary filmmaker Cynthia Wade '89; advertising leader Dolores Kunda '77; artist Janet Fish '60; medical librarian Betsy Humphreys '69; and breast cancer advocate Barbara Brenner '73.
Aimee Christensen '91, consultant to corporations and governments around the world on all things green, came to Smith recently to talk to students about the challenges America faces in becoming a leader in green technologies and renewable energy.
There's still time to register for the webinar, "Cracking the $$ Code: Strategies to Understand and Earn What You Deserve," October 12, noon–1 p.m. EDT, presented by Patricia Annino '78, a Boston attorney, author, and expert on women and financial matters. The webinar is free but you must register.
The Smith College Department of Athletics and Recreation is pleased to announce the formation of the Athletics Hall of Fame. Click here for more information on eligibility requirements and how to nominate an alumna. The first class of Smith alumnae athletes will be inducted in October 2012.
Could Erin Morgenstern (Erin McCauley '00) be the next J. K. Rowling? Read the Wall Street Journal story on the search for the next Harry Potter series and check out the fall issue of the Quarterly for more on Erin and her first novel, The Night Circus.
Join President Carol Christ and distinguished faculty in New York City, Saturday, October 29, for this daylong event that will bring the best of Smith to you. Choose from classes on a variety of topics taught by some of Smith's most celebrated scholars. Click here for more information and to register.
Linda Carroll '78, co-author of The Concussion Crisis: Anatomy of a Silent Epidemic, talks about how writing about soldiers coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan with traumatic brain injury led her to finding out about a growing crisis in America.
Pamela Nolan Young, the new director of institutional diversity and equity, works with Human Resources to recruit and retain highly qualified applicants for Smith positions and requests alumnae assistance in getting the word out. Encourage your friends and family to review the Smith employment opportunities website.
More than 60 years ago, Annecca Smith '15's grandmother Shelley Lindner Henderson '50 lived in Wesley House. Annecca also lives in Wesley, but that's just the tip of the first-year's Smith legacy, which dates back more than one hundred years. Click here for the full story.
Featured in the latest edition of Insight: Hélène Visentin, associate professor of French studies, is using a multimedia environment with Geographic Information Systems technology to study the historical layers of Paris using interlinked digital maps of the city from the 16th through 19th centuries.
Visit the Career Development Office's Employer Resources page to get information about on-campus recruiting, career fairs, and posting opportunities. Learn how Smith has partnered with Mount Holyoke to provide even greater opportunities for alumnae and employers.
The AASC sponsors an insurance program for Smith alumnae and their families that includes auto, health, homeowners, life insurance, travel, and more. There is even a special, affordable health insurance plan for alumnae in New York City. Click here for more information.
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