Today, August 5th
Unlearning Racism (Wednesdays, 5:30pm)
Unlearning Racism is an intentional, supportive, and open weekly forum where students who identify as white can explore white privilege and practice taking responsibility for our role in structures of oppression.
The Office of Academic Support Services is looking to hire 2 SSW students to assist with the 2015 Commencement festivities. Read more for time/date and other details.
Commencement regalia may be picked up at the Grecourt Bookshop between Monday, August 3rd and Friday, August 7th.
Additional Admininstrative Notices:Message from the new E4 teamOpen Hours with the DeansNew student leaders electedImportant Health Insurance Waiver InformationLost & Found ItemsCommencement Information for GraduatesWriting Counseling: Please Cancel Any Appointments You Cannot KeepSchacht Center Counseling Services for SSW students (first 3 sessions free!)Statement in recognition of the 25th anniversary of the ADA
The College will be performing some necessary maintenance on a ramp system that was installed last year that provides access to the Wilson House terrace.
Behavioral Health Network Interviews at the Smith College Lazarus Center for Career Development
on Tuesday, August 11, 2015.
Additional General Notices:Become a student member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)Status of College Lane Rehabilitation (July and August)New SSWR Facebook page for doctoral students
All students and faculty new to campus will need to connect to Eduroam for access to Moodle and other restricted platforms. (Continue for more information.)
Just a brief reminder that your completed Dissemination Confirmation and Evaluation form is due to Laurie Wyman by day's end on Friday, August 7th, the dissemination deadline. You can e-mail the form to Laurie or bring it over to her in Lilly Hall 115. Copies of each of the two sided forms (em...
Campus Life Rep Shilpa Trivedi will now be hosting a new event focused on Self-Care Arts & Crafts, Crafternoons! The event will be hosted every Wednesday from 2:30 - 4:00 pm in the King House Living Room. A limited number of art supplies will be provided. Feel free to drop in or leave at any tim...
The Executive Four (E4) Committee will meet Thursdays at 12:30pm in the King/Scales Courtyard.
The grief and bereavement support group meets Tuesdays at 6pm in Bodman Lounge (read more for dates and details).
Additional Meetings:Anti-Racism Task Force Meeting (Tuesdays, 12:30 pm)Alliance Task Force (Tuesdays, 12:30 pm)Living Subjectively student group meetings (Tuesdays, 7pm)Students Impacted by Ableism meeting (formerly Disability Awareness Group; Tuesdays, 5:30pm)Unlearning Racism (Wednesdays, 5:30pm)Council for Students of Color (Wednesdays, 5:30pm)Student Org meeting (Wednesdays, 12:30)Curriculum Committee meeting (Thursdays, 12:30)Mindfulness-based stress reduction class (Thursdays)Gender and Sexuality Alliance meeting (Thursdays 5:30)
SSW students are invited to Scales, Wednesday August 5th at 12:30pm to initiate the First Annual Bubble Wednesday. Bottles of bubble solution will be waiting for students in the dining room and in the loggia. Alas, no bubbling is allowed in the Dining Room. But students should feel free to bubble...
SSW Student Meditation group will meet at 8pm in the King living room.
Additional Spiritual and Religious Life:Care of the Soul: Individual Spiritual DirectionContemplative Circle (Mondays 5:30 - 6:30 pm)
An SSW doctoral student is conducting dissertation research into sibling bereavement. She is seeking participants to complete an anonymous, online survey. [Continue to "Read more" for details.]
Instructions for the Winter Address Update Form. 1st and 2nd year students, please complete all portions of this form to give us your most updated information.
Grecourt Gate: New Paths for Healing: Talk by SSW Alumna Brave Heart Draws Delegation from Maine (7/22/15)
The final lecture in SSW's 2015 Public Lecture Series brings alumna Dr. Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart back to Smith on July 27--and draws a delegation from Maine-Wabanaki REACH. Brave Heart's work and its implications for the Wabanaki group are explored in this Smith College Grecourt Gate...