As part of Smith’s ongoing efforts to provide its community with resources, reporting options and support surrounding instances of sexual assault, the college has debuted a new website that collects college policies, academic and emotional support opportunities, information on legal proceedings, and more.
Art inspired by the landscape will come into focus as noted architectural designer and artist Maya Lin delivers the 11th annual Miller Lecture in Art and Art History tonight in Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall. Lin received an honorary doctorate in fine arts from Smith in 1993.
At its March meeting, the Smith College Board of Trustees approved tenure and promotion recommendations for 17 faculty members.
After a long New England winter, here's a good way to warm up to the idea of spring: visit the annual bulb show at the Lyman Conservatory and its luxurious array of blossoming crocuses, hyacinths, irises, lilies and tulips. The show is on display through March 16.
Global Impressions, an online journal supported by Smith's Lewis Global Studies Center, invites all Smith students and alumnae to share their stories on what it means to be a global citizen today. Submissions are now being accepted for the journal’s inaugural issue.