Student spends summer researching in Spain

Victoria von Saucken ’16 conducts research in Spain.

This summer Smith student Victoria von Saucken ’16 had the opportunity to conduct stem cell research at the University of Córdoba in Córdoba, Spain for two months under the tutelage of Dr. Teresa Roldán-Arjona, Vice Dean of Sciences at the University of Córdoba. Smith already had [...]

Special studies group focuses on archiving experience of Korean students

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 [...]

Ruth Dietrich Tuttle Prize available for international relations study

Smith students interested in international relations are encouraged to apply for the Ruth Dietrich Tuttle Prize.

The Ruth Dietrich Tuttle Prize was established in 1985 to encourage further study, travel, and/or research in the areas of international relations, race relations, or peace studies. The prize can be used any time through the next academic year. [...]

International Experience Grants allow Smithies to explore the world

During summer 2011, these Smith students traveled to Cambodia (to teach dance), Singapore (to improve banking databases), and Thailand (to participate in a medical internship) using International Experience Grants.

Because Smith College values the importance of providing educational opportunities beyond the classroom, students at the college are encouraged to participate in study, research, service, [...]