Commencement Speaker
President Christ announces that Rachel Maddow is the 2010 Commencement speaker.
Reunion 2010 is almost here
Watch highlights of last year’s Reunion 2009!
Smith Alumnae Quarterly
Spring 2010 issue out now
Ten alumnae, all WASP pilots during World War II, were honored at the WASP Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony on March 10. Watch for a profile of WASP pilot Gloria Heath ’43 in the summer Smith Alumnae Quarterly.
Julianna Smoot '89 was named deputy assistant to the president and social secretary. "Michelle and I are pleased to have her join our team,” said President Obama.
Make plans to join your classmates on campus! Early bird registration deadline is March 31. Register today!
In the past 10 years Smith College has won over $14 million in National Science Foundation research funding—more than any other select liberal arts college in the nation. Click here for the whole story.
Tori Murden McClure ’85 was named 10th president of Spalding University in Louisville, KY. McClure is slated to receive an honorary degree at Smith's Commencement in May.
Smith Executive Education offers an array of programs focused on strategic leadership development of high-potential women at all levels. Learn more about SEE's upcoming programs.
Today show correspondent Sara Haines ’00 was parodied in a Saturday Night Live skit—a sure sign she’s made it! Check out the latest Quarterly for more on Haines.
Smith recognizes the importance of efficient long-term use of finite natural resources and their impact on the local and global community. Read what the college is doing now and its strategies for the future in the Smith Sustainability and Climate Action Management Plan.
The Birth of RMB City, by Cao Fei, is the first acquisition by the SCMA Contemporary Associates. It will be on view in the museum’s Ketcham Gallery through May 30.
In celebration of the founding of the Smith College Glee Club in 1885, alumnae of the choral groups will perform with students and as an alumnae chorus on April 9-10. Click here for more information.
The AASC is pleased to offer travel insurance through the Alumnae Insurance Program. Delays, cancellations, and lost luggage are all covered. Plans are also available for individuals, families, and groups, and you can even get special coverage for extreme sports and emergency evacuation.
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