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Rhythm Nations dance, music performances on stage Saturday

This Saturday, March 2, the International Students Organization presents Rhythm Nations at 7 p.m. in John M. Greene Hall.

Rhythm Nations is an annual cultural event featuring dance, music, and demonstrations from performers from all over the world. The event is a celebration of the many different cultures represented by Smith’s more than 300 international […]

Smithies gather for tea in Pakistan

A group of Smithies gathered this month for tea in Pakistan.

Earlier this month, a group of Smith College alumnae gathered for tea in Karachi, Pakistan.

Maya Ismail ’99 hosted the group of women at her home on February 18. The women socialized and heard updates about Smith’s newest international efforts and the […]

Info session scheduled for summer program in Seoul

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 […]

WHAW: The Crisis in Mali

This Thursday, join visiting scholar Alfred Babo and Emerita Professor of Government Catharine Newbury for a What’s Happening Around the World (WHAW) lunch in response to the recent coup in Mali.

The Crisis in Mali: Implications of the French Intervention will take place at noon on Thursday, February 14 in the Global Studies Center. Babo […]

Interpreting the Israeli election

On Tuesday, February 12, the Global Studies Center will present one of it’s popular What’s Happening Around the World (WHAH) lunchtime forums. WHAW: Earthquake or Status Quo? Interpreting the Israeli Election will be a roundtable discussion in response to Israel’s election.

The event will featuring Professor of Government Donna Divine, Lecturer in Jewish […]

Anita Volz Wien ’62 Global Scholars Fund

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, […]

Amherst China Initiative summer program info session

The Amherst China Initiative program is a summer program established by a group of Asia-based Amherst College alumni in 2009. On Tuesday, February 12, Amherst College alum and program director Jason Kung will lead an information session about the program.

The Amherst China Initiative is a cultural immersion program that emphasizes teaching and learning. The […]

American Studies Diploma alumni raise money for the program

As they celebrate their 50th anniversary, the alumni of Smith College’s Diploma in American Studies Program have launched a fundraising effort to raise money for the Peter and Hedy Rose Diploma in American Studies Program Scholarship Fund.

The American Studies Diploma Program at Smith College—a one–year, one–of–a–kind opportunity for international students to study in the […]