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President Christ contributes to international education series

Carol Christ, president of Smith College

Smith College President Carol T. Christ recently contributed to the “Presidential Perspectives” Series, a project of the Association of International Education Administrators. Articles in the series offer contemporary perspectives on international education and are commissioned from college and university presidents.

President Christ’s article, “A World College for […]

New gift of art unveiled at Smith Museum

Kyosuka Tchinai's "Fall Sunset of Shimanami", 2011 was unveiled yesterday at the SCMA.

Yesterday, the Smith College Museum of Art SCMA) unveiled a recent gift to its collection. The piece, “Fall Sunset of Shimanami”, was donated to the museum by the Sakuma family.

The piece is an acrylic painting on washi made into […]

International Notes: Google Maps

Did you know that in addition to providing driving directions in the United States, Google offers international directions as well? Google Maps is a free service that allows you to view graphic and satellite maps of cities and countries worldwide.

In addition to offering street maps, Google Maps features a route planner for travel by […]

Year-end gifts to international programs arriving

Gifts can be made in any major currency and can be designated to support Smith's international programs.

There’s still time this year to make a gift to Smith’s international programs! Gifts are accepted from donors anywhere in the world and can be made via credit or debit card in any major currency.

Donors […]

Interterm offers classes with global flair

In addition to the day-long Advocacy Institute hosted by Smith College and Oxfam America, featured yesterday, Smithies can participate in a number of other interterm offerings including a few classes with international ties.

201 Tahitian Dance will be taught by Alana Lehuanani Pilialoha Griep Wilson ’14. Participants will learn to move your hips to beautiful […]

Smith, Oxfam to host conference about world hunger

During Interterm 2012, Smith College will collaborate with Oxfam America to host a day-long Advocacy Institute on Monday, January 23, 2012.

The Advocacy Institute will feature workshops and two panel discussions designed to bring students together to learn more about global hunger and to build social justice advocacy skills. A full schedule of events can […]

Winter SAQ now available

The Winter 2011-12 issue of the Smith Alumnae Quarterly has come out in print and online and highlights Smithies around the world.

Architect Erinn McGurn ’94 is featured in the magazine’s cover story (see SAQ page 20 for the whole story) for her work building safe, sustainable schools in Zambia. Erinn and her husband started […]

Smith’s Christmas Vespers can be viewed online

Smith's Christmas Vespers 2011.

For the first time ever, Smith was able to broadcast this year’s annual Christmas Vespers concert online using live video.

Analytics show that Smithies from around the world signed on to watch the December 4 Vespers online. People accessed the video from five different continents and countries including Argentina, […]

Make a gift to international programs at Smith

Gifts to Smith's International Programs support international students, JYA programs,the Global Studies Center, and many more of the college's global initiatives. Make a gift today!

Did you know that you can make an online gift designated specifically for use in Smith College’s International Programs?

Donors who want their gifts to be used for […]

GSC to air live video of DC State Department event

On Thursday, December 15 a delegation of Smith students, faculty, staff, and alumnae will be joining Secretary Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem ’56, and other policy makers, public officials, academics experts, and innovative thinkers at the kickoff event for the Women in Public Service Project at the State Department in Washington, DC.

The Women in Public […]