Many hues of scientific inquiry are represented by the work of Wellesley professors who have received National Science Foundation research grants this year.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • seminar group led by Lee Cuba

    Spotlight on Teaching: Learning by Giving

    An award-winning new class integrates writing and the complex world of philanthropy. In SOC/WRIT307: Nonprofit Organizations and American Cities in the 21st Century, students partner with nonprofit organizations and learn grant writing skills with a tangible outcome.

    September 25, 2014
  • crowd with banners at NYC climate march

    Wellesley Professor Talks to Media on the 'People's Climate March'

    In light of the recent massive demonstration to demand quicker political action to reduce carbon emissions, WBUR’s Radio Boston called upon Associate Professor of Political Science Hahrie Han to discuss what makes protest movements capable of real political change.

    September 24, 2014
  • Elizabeth Engel poses at banner for Scholastic Art & Writing Award

    Wellesley First Year Honored in National Writing Competition

    Elizabeth Engel '18 talks to us about her passion for her craft after winning a gold medal in the 2014 Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards. Wellesley first-year gold medalists also include Grace Ming, Madeleine Barowsky, and Stephanie Yeh.

    September 23, 2014
  • diverse group of students relaxing and laughing in library

    Prospective Students Invited to Discover Wellesley

    On several dates through the fall, beginning Saturday, September 27, Wellesley’s Board of Admission offers unique visiting experiences to anyone interested in the College, and on October 19-20 offers an overnight visit for high school seniors.

    September 22, 2014

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