Bright lights, small city
Smith students design an energy system for Northampton.
"10 Questions for Gloria" interviews Gloria Steinem '56.
90 is the new 40
Ski instructor Freddie Anderson '42 still rocks the slopes.
Smith professors discuss compelling aspects of their research and personal reflections on topics of interest in a new video series, Scholars in Studio. Get a taste of academic life at Smith today and hear from some of the world's foremost leaders in their fields.
The AASC offers ongoing events, career counseling, and Webinars on topics ranging from entrepreneurship to how to make the most of LinkedIn in your job search. Click here to view a complete list of upcoming events, both on and off campus, and webinars.
Jamie Eslinger '96 made a commitment to a different way of living and vowed to give it a full year, documenting the changes she is making in her blog, The Promise 365. Read about what she is doing differently and how and why she is living a more purposeful life.
Join Smith President Carol Christ, faculty, and alumnae for "Culture and Context: Margaret Mitchell's Year at Smith, 1918–1919," in Atlanta, on September 27, 2011. The event is being held in honor of the 75th anniversary of the publication of Mitchell's iconic Civil War novel, Gone With the Wind.
Smith Women Connect is an exciting new program of free webinars and resources dealing with career, wellness, business, personal finance, and more—tools to enhance your personal and professional lives. Click here for more information.
Nicholas Howe, associate professor of computer science, is using the power of computing to understand the interactions of early Christians and Muslims. This and much more is in the latest edition of Insight, an online publication focused on the research and intellectual life of the Smith community.
Smith welcomed 794 new students this fall, selected from 4,128 applicants. Fifteen percent of the class is international students, including one young woman from Afghanistan who begins her education as part of the legacy of a man who died in the terrorist attacks on 9-11.
Susan Leigh Babcock '76, co-founder of Ballpoint, a company dedicated to improving writing skills in a digital age, gives some advice on how to write an e-mail that will be read … and understood.
During the summer of 2011, Smith students completed Praxis internships in the worlds of publishing, green technology, the arts, medicine, and more. Watch a slide show of this summer's interns.
The Friends of Smith invite you to become more involved and stay connected. Friends support athletics, the Botanic Garden, the libraries, and the Museum of Art. Click here to see what Friends are doing these days.
Your Smith e-mail accounts will soon be ending but, if you are considering a career in the health professions, you can still have access to Prehealth Moodle if you enroll by September 30. Click here to enroll your non-Smith e-mail address or feel free to contact Katie Lipp, program director, HPMP, at
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