The Office of Alumnae Relations and Development welcomes you to “Stay Connected to Smith,” where you can explore the vibrant tapestry of Smith’s academic, cultural, and social initiatives. Here, you’ll find a wealth of engaging content, from thought-provoking lectures to insightful articles and impactful student projects, all to keep you connected, informed, and inspired.
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- Professor Lauren Duncan says Trump opponents likely won’t “roll over and give up” if he’s elected.
- Professor Carrie Baker on democracy and women’s rights in 2024.
- Acclaimed short-story writer and Smith Professor Kelly Link is set to debut her first novel.
- Andrea Estepa, research fellow in Reproductive Justice History and Popular Political Education, is a contributor to Hand Book: A Manual on Performance, Process and the Labor of Laundry, a new collection of writings and images from a performance and film set within a New York City laundromat.
- Javier Puente, associate professor of Latin American and Latino/a studies, is the recipient of the 2023 Marysa Navarro Best Book Prize from the New England Council of Latin American Studies for his book, The Rural State: Making Comunidades, Campesinos and Conflict in Peru’s Central Sierra, published by the University of Texas Press.
- Professor Loretta Ross talks to the Boston Globe about how she combats cancel culture.
- Check out Smith Executive Education to enroll in women’s leadership programs.
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- Curator Thelma Golden ’87 has had a major impact on the art world, The New Yorker reports.
- Laurel Carpenter ’06, associate professor of Environmental Science at Holyoke Community College (HCC), has been awarded a national fellowship focusing on STEM education at community colleges.
- Learn how Brooke Teller ’94 gets young students hooked on science.
- Conductor Elim Chan ’09 talks to the Financial Times about mentors and overcoming obstacles.
- Robin Bacon Greenwood ’74 reflects on her lifelong passion for horses in this profile for Sidelines magazine.
- Rachel Levi ’05 becomes Cordillera’s Head of Investor Relations.
- Luma Mufleh ’97 on founding Fugees Family Schools and using sport to heal from trauma.