The Art and Technology research group from the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg has invited two Smith students to spend the week of May 26–June 2 at their university. Costs for travel, food, and lodging will be covered. Students must demonstrate an interest in the connection between art and technology; a knowledge of German is preferred [...]
Smith College recently challenged European alumnae to raise their percentage of participation in making gifts to the college. The Europe: Stand and Be Counted challenge aims to double European alumnae participation from last year’s 15% to 30% by March 23.
To reach the goal, 145 more Smithies in Europe need to give. Many alumnae [...]
See "La feria, Cordoba" by Zahraa Al-Janabi '13 and other student photos by visiting our Facebook album.
Smith’s annual International Photo Contest showcases photographs submitted by students who studied abroad during the past academic year or summer. This year, the contest drew a record number of submissions from Smithies who traveled to 25 different [...]
This Thursday, October 25, the German department will present information on the Major and Minor in German Studies at 6 p.m. in Hatfield 204. The meeting will be followed by a presentation of the JYA Hamburg program at 6:15 p.m.
Students will have the opportunity to meet faculty and former students of the JYA Hamburg [...]
Germany in the spring.
The Department of German Studies will hold their annual spring celebration, Maifrier, next Monday, April 30, in Hatfield Hall 107, from 4:30-6 p.m. Refreshments will be available and departmental awards will be announced.
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This evening marks the first official German Club meeting. All are welcome to attend the meeting, whether they speak German or just have an interest in German culture. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the German Lounge, Hatfield 204.
English will be spoken at the meeting and the club will review plans for [...]
Liesa Ruelhmann and Lisa Kuzel are currently in the American Studies Diploma program.
This fall, Smith welcomed its fourth cohort of Global STRIDE (Student Research in Departments) Fellows. The program allows seven first-year fellows to apply stipends toward study-abroad costs or intensive language programs. As part of the Global Stride scholarship, this year’s fellows [...]
The German Club at Smith College is under new management and hosting a general interest meeting on Tuesday, December 6 at 5 p.m. in the German Lounge, Hatfield 204.
Students are invited to stop by for a brief meeting to meet the board and find out more about the German Club. The club is open [...]
The Smith Travel program has released its preliminary 2012 trip schedule. Alumnae are invited to participate in one of nearly 30 trips that are scheduled to visit everywhere from Buenos Aires to Vietnam.
Smith Travel trips not only expose travelers to diverse locations, they also explore a wide-range of interests. In January 2012, alumnae travelers [...]
On November 7, I.S. Day 2011 featured dozens of international dishes prepared by students. Students, faculty, and staff sampled the food and supported the International Student Organization.
Yesterday, the International Students Organization and the Office of International Students and Scholars hosted International Student Day 2011 and its annual international food festival.
The festival featured [...]