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Endowed Scholarships: A Perennial Blessing

As Smith College celebrates receiving a record number of applications for admission for the ninth straight year, Vice President for Enrollment Audrey Smith speaks about the power of endowed scholarships to make the dream of a Smith education possible for talented students from around the world. 

Dan Gardner Chosen for Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program

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Smith Professor Dan Gardner is one of 33 scholars named a winner in the 2016 Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program—one of the most prestigious fellowships for social science and humanities research.

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The Green Team

Meet Smith's Green Team, a student-led coalition dedicated to fostering sustainability at Smith by educating and supporting the campus community in efficient use of finite natural resources, attaining the greatest possible efficiencies and preventing pollution.

 

 

Smith Announces $520,000 in Community Investments

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Smith will invest $520,000 in new and ongoing community contributions to benefit the City of Northampton, the Valley CDC, the Community Arts Trust and the Downtown Northampton Association.

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Smith Athlete Profiles - Pole Vault with Zoe

Zoe Rubinstein ’18 loves pole vaulting because she gets to literally fly through the air. She recently earned first place at the Pioneer Invitational Track and Field event.

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Smith Athlete Profiles - Dual Sport with Julia

Meet Julia Hamilton '18 - A dual sport Lacrosse/Field Hockey player and a leader both on and off the field.

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Smith College Profcast - Steven Heydemann: Syria Beyond the Headlines

Steven Heydemann, Janet Wright Ketcham 1953 Professor in Middle East Studies, discusses the Syrian uprising and the conflict dynamics that continue to unfold in Syria today. In this video podcast series, Smith College professors from a range of academic disciplines discuss timely and thought-provoking topics related to their teaching, research and academic interests. The series showcases a range of ideas and perspectives, the vibrant community of scholars at Smith, and the intellectual excitement Smith students experience every day. Subscribe to the podcast here

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Smith College Profcast - Gary Felder Explains Gravitational Waves

Smith physicist Gary Felder explains why the discovery of gravitational waves, first detected in September 2015 but predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago, was an enormous historic event.

In this podcast series, Smith College professors from a range of academic disciplines discuss timely and thought-provoking topics related to their teaching, research and academic interests. The series showcases a range of ideas and perspectives, the vibrant community of scholars at Smith, and the intellectual excitement Smith students experience every day. Subscribe to the podcast here

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Creating Community: The Black Students' Alliance

The Black Students’ Alliance (BSA) at Smith College is one of the oldest established cultural organizations on campus. BSA represents all students who identify as black regardless of socioeconomic status, religious beliefs or political affiliation. It aims to establish strong intercollegiate bonds between all black organizations within the Five College area, and to develop educational programs that promote awareness to the greater community.

New in Insight: A True Story as Told by Ancient Rocks

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New in Insight: John Brady has made a life’s work of deciphering the stories that rocks have to tell about the world, including the story of the landscape of the Connecticut River Valley.

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