In the coming days, several events are planned at Smith College to commemorate the anniversary of Japan’s 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent nuclear accident.
The first event is the screening of two videos Japan’s Killer Quake and Resilience–Protecting Today on Friday, March 8, 2013 from 7 to 9 p.m. in Seelye 201.
Saturday’s event, Remembering [...]
This Thursday, join visiting scholar Alfred Babo and Emerita Professor of Government Catharine Newbury for a What’s Happening Around the World (WHAW) lunch in response to the recent coup in Mali.
The Crisis in Mali: Implications of the French Intervention will take place at noon on Thursday, February 14 in the Global Studies Center. Babo [...]
On Tuesday, February 12, the Global Studies Center will present one of it’s popular What’s Happening Around the World (WHAH) lunchtime forums. WHAW: Earthquake or Status Quo? Interpreting the Israeli Election will be a roundtable discussion in response to Israel’s election.
The event will featuring Professor of Government Donna Divine, Lecturer in Jewish [...]
Smith College’s East Asian Studies department is hosting a roundtable discussion “Rewind or Forward? New Leadership in East Asia’s 21st Century” on Wednesday, February 13.
The discussion, which begins at noon in Seelye 207, will feature introductions by Marnie Anderson (History/East Asian Studies) and panelists Steve Goldstein (Government), Jina Kim (East Asian Studies), and Dennis [...]
"Movement" (detail of "energy source"), 2008, by Yong Soon Min.
On Thursday, January 31, members of the Smith College Museum of Art are invited to a members-only behind-the-scenes peek and preview of the multi-faceted, two-floor exhibition, “Collecting Art of Asia.”
Curator Linda Muehlig will guide guests through the preview of the exhibition, which marks [...]
"Sarajevo Phoenix" director Ellen W. Kaplan is chair of Theatre and professor of acting and directing at Smith College.
On January 24, the Smith College theatre department will premiere a new work, Sarajevo Phoenix, by Ellen W. Kaplan, professor of theater.
Directed by Peg Denithorne, Sarajevo Phoenix is based on interviews with Bosnian women who [...]
This weekend, Smith College announced Women for the World: The Campaign for Smith. The principal goal of the $450 million campaign is to increase access to a Smith education through financial aid.
“With a larger financial aid endowment, we can lower the economic barriers to higher education for middle- and low-income families from around the [...]
This Friday kicks off the Women’s Global Leadership Celebration, a three-day campus-wide event that honors the impact Smith women have had on the world.
In presentations, panel discussions, and academic sessions throughout the weekend, notable alumnae, Smith faculty, and students will share ideas related to some of the world’s most pressing issues, including women’s health, [...]
Development officer Alexis Salsedo-Surovov will be the special guest at this week's Global Salon.
This Thursday, October 20, the Global Studies Center (GSC) will host a Global Salon. The talk, Bridging the US and World as a First Generation American, will feature special guest Alexis Salsedo-Surovov and a conversation on the impact of growing [...]
Smith College President Carol T. Christ was in Hong Kong in early June to meet with members of the Smith community and to speak at some events. Here are some photos from her visit.
Alumnae, current students, and parents joined President Christ, Professor Mahnaz Mahdavi, and Smith College staff at an event in Hong [...]