Notes from Paradise
U.S. Tech Leader To Deliver Commencement Address
Megan Smith (pictured left), Alison Bechdel and Roslyn Brock are among the women leaders who will receive honorary degrees at Smith College's Commencement ceremony May 15. Smith, the U.S. Chief Technology Officer, will deliver the address.
New Curator of Asian Art Connects Diverse Cultures Register: Redefining Success Conference Meredith Wilde ’04 Creates Publishing Gold
Meet Yao Wu, the Smith College Museum of Art’s inaugural curator of Asian art. Wu plans to offer museum visitors new ways to experience the diversity and complexity of art from Asia and will initiate exhibitions at the SCMA's new Carol T. Christ Asian Art Gallery. Redefine success in your life! The 2016 Smith College Women’s Leadership Conference: Redefining Success, April 1–2, will feature workshops and career-development opportunities led by distinguished alumnae and faculty. Organized by the Office of Alumnae Relations.   Meredith Wild (Meredith Wilde ’04) went from running her own web-design and software-development firm to becoming a best-selling romance writer—by doing it all herself. Now, in a story that vindicates all self-published writers, she manages her own wildly successful imprint.
The Psychology of Women’s Activism
There is still time to register for “The Psychology of Political Activism: Women Changing the World,” Smith’s first massive online open course through edX, which begins March 14.
Imani Perry to Speak at Smith
Princeton professor Imani Perry, author of Vexy Thing: A Book on Gender, will speak at Smith College as part of the college’s Presidential Colloquium series at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 1, in Weinstein Auditorium.
President McCartney in Asia
On her first presidential trip to Asia, Kathleen McCartney talked with reporters about Smith, women's colleges, leadership and the liberal arts. A number of news stories about the trip are available online.
Friends of Smith College Reunion Award
Join the Friends of Smith College and support critical college resources. Plus, reunion classes are eligible for the Friends Reunion Award, which goes to the class with the highest percentage of Friends members.
Selected items from the news media featuring Smith College people and programs
Al Jazeera America: Prof. Candelario on Dominican identity
Wall Street Journal: Prof. Zimbalist on Yankees’ ticket policy
Prof. Dionne, Washington Post: Women political scientists know stuff, too
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy ’02 talks with BBC about Academy Awards
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