Green Street houses are some of the oldest houses on Smith Campus. These were built as far back as 1878. With age comes history and tradition. Pride that comes from living in a Green Street house is only surpassed by the appreciation of their proximity to the classroom buildings, the gymnasium, the athletic fields and scenic Paradise Pond. Green Street is a small street lined with speciality shops that gives the feel of an intimate community. All of the houses have porches, some with swings. Porch swings and cozy living rooms make these houses a place that many students call home for their entire four years at Smith.
Maggie Baumer (interim)
|Hubbard, Ground Floor|
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What are your open hours?
Wednesdays 2 to 3 pm. Thursdays 2 to 3:30 pm.
What are your professional interests?
Social justice education; educating women to be powerful speakers in all areas of personal, academic, professional, and civic life; health law and healthcare as a fundamental right.
What are your personal interests?
Running, hiking, swimming, adventure racing, writing, reading, speaking, advocacy.
What is your education background?
I attended the George Washington University as an undergraduate and then transferred to Tufts University where I got my Bachelor's degree in Clinical Psychology. I went on to law school and obtained my Juris Doctorate from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City in 2011.
Where did you grow up?
Northampton, MA! My dad has been on the faculty for close to forty years and my brother just joined the faculty two years ago, so there are several Baumers on campus.
What are your two favorite places on campus?
The athletic fields and boathouse dock are two of my favorite places on Earth. I've been running on the cinder track for many years. I also love the Green House, but who doesn't?