Smith alumnae in the Geneva area are invited to an “International Night” on Tuesday, May 7. The event will showcase talented Smith staff, including New PhD and intern mentor Bernhard Blumenau, who will speak on a book on international terrorism that he helped edit, and Smith language instructor Rosine Schautz, who will speak about her [...]
On Tuesday, April 16, the Global Studies Center will host info sessions for Smith’s study abroad programs in Paris and Geneva. Any student interested in studying abroad in 2014-15 should attend the session, which begins at 4 p.m. Smith’s long-established Junior Year Abroad programs in Geneva and Paris attract about 30 students each year. Students [...]
Dr. Bennett (medical director of Nityanand Ashram) and Smith students Ryan Rasdall, Anna Valentine, and Karen Morfin.
In the fall of 2013, Smith College will offer a seminar in Women’s Health in India: Tibetan and Indian Women, and on April 2 and 3, Health Services will offer info sessions on the seminar.
The information [...]
The Offices of the Provost, President, and Dean of the College are offering funding to support intensive summer language study by Smith students. The program, which is in its third year, enables students to attend highly-regarded language programs in the U.S. and abroad.
Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to apply for funding. Grants [...]
On Monday, February 25, the Global Studies Center in Wright Hall will host an information session about the summer program at Ewha University in Seoul, South Korea.
Each year, Smith selects six students to attend Ewha International Summer School, tuition free. Applicants with a strong interest in studying the Korean language and culture, one year [...]
Planning to study abroad in a non-English-speaking country? Want to enrich your experience with an intercultural internship of your own choosing? The Anita Volz Wien ’62 Global Scholars Fund is a merit-based award to encourage Smith students who are U.S. citizens to study abroad in non-English speaking countries.
The award offers $10,000 per academic year, [...]
The Amherst China Initiative program is a summer program established by a group of Asia-based Amherst College alumni in 2009. On Tuesday, February 12, Amherst College alum and program director Jason Kung will lead an information session about the program.
The Amherst China Initiative is a cultural immersion program that emphasizes teaching and learning. The [...]
On Tuesday, December 11, students are invited to join past and future faculty directors of the Smith in Geneva program and students who attended the program last year for an informational meeting about the JYA Geneva program.
Attendees will learn specifics about the program, including courses and curriculum, internship opportunities, orientation and excursions. The program [...]
Last summer, Smith’s Classics and Geosciences departments collaborated to lead a Global Engagement Seminar. Led by Scott Bradbury and John Brady, the seminar, titled “From Labyrinth to Parthenon: Greek Myth & History in their Geological Context” began in the spring at Smith and then continued in Greece over the summer. After three weeks in the Greek [...]
For the past few weeks, Smith students have had the opportunity to apply for college funding to attend next year’s Insight Dubai Conference. The annual conference is held each March at the Dubai Women’s College in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Applications for this year’s conference are due Monday, November 12 at 9 a.m.