Elisabeth Mah ’15, is a Korean-American student, double majoring in East Asian Studies and Psychology.
Elisabeth Mah ’15, is a Korean-American student at Smith College. She is currently a Psychology and East Asian Studies double major, with a passion for research and Korean culture. As a sophomore, Elisabeth sought to study establish strong relationships [...]
Every semester, the Smith College Special Studies course allows students to delve deeper into an area of study or subject matter of common academic interest with a faculty member or a small group. With the rise in interest in Korean studies over the past few years, a range of Special Studies have been conducted within [...]
The group Korean American Students of Smith is holding its final event of the year—Korean Culture Day—on Saturday April 20, 2013. Korean Culture Day is an annual spring social gathering for friends and families to come and indulge in delicious Korean food, and participate in various Korean traditional games and other cultural activities. In the [...]
On Friday, March 29, the Korean American Students of Smith (KASS) will host its annual spring “Mocktail” event in the Smith College Campus Center Carroll Room.
Every year, the Korean American Students of Smith hosts the “Mocktail”—a formal dinner and networking event for students to enjoy an evening of delicious food and entertainment. The event’s [...]
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 [...]
"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 [...]
In 2013, Smith Travel is offering more than two dozen travel opportunities for alumnae and their families and friends. The first trip—Patagonian Frontiers—begins on January 4, 2013 and will allow participants to explore Argentina and Chile by land and sea.
Smith Travel is entering its thirty-sixth year of offering travel programs to the Smith community. [...]
Smith’s East Asian Studies department is offering students an opportunity to serve as student ambassadors at this summer’s Korea Expo.
Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea is an International Exposition recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions. The expo, with the theme “The Living Ocean and Coast”, will be held in Yeosu, South Korea from May 12 [...]
After a record 4,128 applicants, Smith College has 797 new students joining the college this fall. The incoming first year class has enrolled 711 students and there are 30 new Ada Comstock Scholars coming to campus.
This year marks Smith's largest group of incoming international students. Students are joining the college from the 36 [...]
Smith celebrated a new record this week, when it learned that 18 recently-graduated students from the class of 2011 had been awarded Fulbright Fellowships. The college also hit four other records this year, as the college with the highest number of Fulbright applicants (40), applications to 30 different countries, the most finalists (29), and the [...]