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Watch this year's Rally Day ceremony. And click here to see a slide show of the class of '11 in all its Rally Day splendor.
Ellen Condliffe Lagemann '67, Levy Institute Research Professor at Bard College, talks about her hopes for the future of education. Register now for "Smith Women in Education: Charting a Changing Education Landscape"
Professor Andrea Hairston '74 talks about how one of the classes she teaches at Smith inspired her new book, Redwood and Wildfire.
Click here to see what events are happening on campus and in your area.
Legendary oceanographer Sylvia Earle, the undersea explorer dubbed a "living legend" by the Library of Congress, will be the speaker at Smith College's 133rd Commencement ceremony on May 15.
There's still time to register for the Alumnae Association's conference "Smith Women in Education: Charting a Changing Education Landscape," which will be held on campus March 24-25, 2011. Join alumnae and Smith faculty to explore the future of education in a global society.
Reunion 2011 is almost here! Make plans to join your classmates on campus. Register by March 30 for early bird discount. Click here to download the Reunion brochure as a PDF file.

On January 27, twenty-four alumnae, their spouses, and friends on a Smith Travel trip to Egypt arrived in Cairo just as the country erupted and demonstrators against President Hosni Mubarak filled the capital city. Now safely home, they recount their experiences.
Whether you are a young alumna just starting your career or a seasoned professional, check out the latest listing of Alumnae Association career events, including on- and off-campus workshops and Webinars.
Teresa Amott '72, provost and dean of the faculty at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY, was recently named the first women president of Knox College, a private liberal arts college in Galesburg, IL.
Develop your leadership skills in the rapidly changing life-sciences field in the Smith College Executive Education program "Leading the Business of BioPharma," held on campus March 14-18, 2011. Ideal candidates for this program are women six to twelve years into their careers, ready to assume high-level management or leadership positions.
Professor Luc Gilleman is studying what he calls the "language game" of modern drama. Student honors-thesis projects seek to answer big questions in the various science fields. Find these stories and more in the latest issue of Insight, an online publication focused on the research and intellectual life of the Smith community.
Pamela Nolan Young, an attorney and expert on diversity issues, has been named Smith's director of institutional diversity and equity, a position she will assume on April 18. Young is currently serving as director of human resource development at North Shore Community College in Danvers, MA.
The Hartford (CT) Symphony Orchestra recently named Carolyn Kuan '99 musical director after a two-year search. The HSO is offering all Smith alumnae buy-one-get-one-free tickets for Kuan's inaugural performances March 17-20, 2011. Contact the HSO box office at 860-244-2999 or go to the HSO's Website and use the code word SMITH to receive the discount.
President Carol Christ announced the faculty directorship of the Global Studies Center will be named for Betty Eveillard '69 in honor of a gift she made to support international initiatives, including financial aid for international students and a fund to develop a variety of global-engagement programs.
Smith Camp, a sports and fitness camp for adults of all abilities, offers a wide variety of exciting activities for adults interested in learning about and maintaining a fit, healthy, and positive lifestyle. Camp is set for the week of June 12-18, 2011. Discounts for new alumnae!
Adelaide Cromwell '40 looks back at her relationship with her beloved Aunt Tee (Otelia Cromwell 1900) in her memoir, My Mothering Aunt: Otelia Cromwell. Copies of the book are available free of charge ($10 shipping fee applies) through the Grécourt Bookshop, 413-585-4140.
The Office of Admission invites alumnae and any high-school-aged girls in their families to Smith Connection: An Inside Look at College Admissions, Friday, June 17, 2011, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the Smith campus. College admission professionals will share strategies to help you successfully navigate the admission process.
Carl Rollyson is writing a biography of Sylvia Plath '55 to be published by St. Martin's Press, marking the 50th anniversary of her death. He is interested in speaking with anyone who has memories of Plath or knows someone who does. Contact him at or 609-778-7839.
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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