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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
Classics majors at Smith College are in the unusual position of being required to study two unrelated foreign languages (Latin and Ancient Greek). Because of this, the Department of Classical Languages and Literatures encourages students to explore English-language study abroad options, with some programs offering an opportunity take Modern Greek or Italian language classes in [...]
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 weekend, Smith College announced Women for the World: The Campaign for Smith. The principal goal of the $450 million campaign is to increase access to a Smith education through financial aid.
“With a larger financial aid endowment, we can lower the economic barriers to higher education for middle- and low-income families from around the [...]
Computer science majors interested in studying abroad are invited to attend a session on Friday, October 5, where David Szeszler, Professor of Combinatorial Optimization at AIT Budapest, will discuss the Computer Science Study Abroad in Budapest.
The AIT program includes first-rate faculty such as Erno Rubik (inventor of the Rubik’s Cube and recent recipient of [...]
The annual study abroad fair will be held this Tuesday, September 25.
Students will have the opportunity to browse through materials and programs, talk with Smithies who have returned from studying abroad, talk with representatives from Smith-approved study abroad programs, meet Smith JYA Program Directors, and meet the staff and advisors of the Smith Office [...]