Janet Clarke McKinley '76 is the featured speaker at a Smith Club dinner in London.
On Saturday, January 19, the Smith College Club of Great Britain will host its Annual Winter Dinner featuring guest speaker, Janet Clarke McKinley ’76.
Janet, an alumna and former Smith trustee, is investing what she learned on Wall Street—-along [...]
Today, Thursday, April 5, Professor of Economics Roisin O’Sullivan will speak about “The European Debt Crisis.”
Professor O’Sullivan earned an M.S. in economics from the University of Galway, Ireland, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio State University. Her current research focuses on issues relating to monetary policy and financial markets.
The talk is sponsored [...]
On Monday, March 12, the Global Studies Center is hosting WHAW: New Elections, New Challenges, New Problems — Democratic Spring in Russia in 2012.
What’s Happening Around the World (WHAH) is an open forum for the Smith community. Monday’s session will feature special guest Alexander Buzgalin from the Department of Economics at Moscow State University.
Thatcher Mweu '15 of Kenya came to Smith because Smith "felt like home".
Smith College first-year Thatcher Mweu ’15 comes to Smith from Kenya. Though still officially undecided, Thatcher hopes to study international relations and might minor in economics or Chinese.
Why did Thatcher choose Smith? “Smith represented itself to me as a school [...]
Smith College Associate Professor Suzanne Gottschang recently spoke about China’s rising divorce rate on China Radio International.
Professor Gottschang, who is a professor of Anthropology and East Asian Studies at Smith, received her Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh in 1998 and a masters degree in public health and anthropology from the University [...]
Smith College Associate Professor of Economics, Róisín O’Sullivan
Smith Associate Professor of Economics Róisín O’Sullivan has been appointed to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council.
The Council, which was appointed by the Irish Government, was established with five economic experts who will be “charged with judging whether or not the Government is meeting its stated [...]