Ed-ventures graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of The San Pedro Sun (www.sanpedrosun.com).
This summer, six Smithies traveled to Belize for the Coral Reef Ed-ventures program. The program, which began in 2000, teaches local children about the ecological importance of the Belize Barrier Reef.
The program is sponsored by Smith College’s Environmental Science & Policy Program [...]
Amy S. Dane with children in New Guinea. Photo credit: Amy S. Dane.
Earlier this month, The Republican announced that a photography exhibit by Amy S. Dane ’79 entitled Cheering for Children: Photos of Kids Worldwide, is on display at the Richard Salter Storrs Library in Longmeadow, Massachusetts.
The photos on display show children around the [...]
This month, Smith welcomed ten female Iraqi undergraduates from the College of Science for Women at the University of Baghdad. The students are participating in the State Department’s NeXXt Scholars Initiative, which is encouraging young women from Muslim-majority countries to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math through partnerships with U.S. women’s colleges.