Students studying French at Smith and on Junior Year Abroad (JYA) programs are eligible for a number of prizes. Students interested in information about the following prizes should consult the director of honors, or in the case of prizes and fellowships awarded to students on the JYA programs in Paris or Geneva, the current director [...]
Pandit Devashish Dey, one of North India’s most acclaimed classical vocalists and a current visiting professor of music at Smith will perform classical North Indian vocal music on campus this Saturday, February 11. He will be accompanied by Dibyarka Chatterjee on tabla.
The event, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in Earle Recital Hall, Sage, is [...]
Fukushima police search an area near the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, Fukushima, Japan, April 12, 2011. (Credit: Rex Features via AP Images)
Smith College has scheduled a symposium to mark the one year anniversary of the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear crisis which struck Japan last year.
The Smith Remembers Fukushima symposium will take [...]
The Smith College Community Service Office is looking for volunteers to work with students who are refugees from all over the world. Volunteers will be paired with children from the Kensington Magnet Elementary School in Springfield to provide one-on-one mentoring on a weekly basis.
Students interested in the mentoring program should attend the orientation meeting [...]
On Tuesday, February 21 students are invited to attend the Summer Opportunities Abroad Fair to learn about summer travel.
The fair, which takes place in the Campus Center (rooms 102, 103, and 104) will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Students studying Ancient Greece and Rome in the Department of Classical Languages and Literatures are eligible for a number of prizes and can apply for funding for study abroad.
The John Everett Brady Prize is open to all classes and is awarded for excellence in the translation of Latin at sight; a second prize is [...]
Last week, President Carol T. Christ was featured on the Higher Education Today talk show. The show, which covers contemporary issues, people, and institutions involved in the world of higher education, is hosted by educational consultant and author Steven Roy Goodman.
President Christ talked about the about the strengths of women’s colleges and Smith’s outstanding [...]
At noon on Monday, February 6, Smithies are invited to an informational meeting about Junior Year Abroad in Puebla, Mexico.
The Program for Mexican Culture and Society in Puebla was established through a Consortium consisting of Oberlin, Smith, Wellesley and Wheaton Colleges in order to offer qualified students direct enrollment [...]
Smithies who are studying French have the opportunity to apply for fellowships and funds related to their studies.
The Blumberg Fellowship funds up to five students on the Smith College JYA programs who design a project to be carried out during the summer after their academic year on the JYA program. The fellowship provides the [...]