Wellesley Astrophysicist Who Worked on NASA’s Cassini Mission Reflects on Its ImpactFriday, September 15, 2017
The Cassini program ends today, marking a milestone for Wellesley Professor Richard French, a leader on the research team that included 260 scientists from 17 countries.
HoloMuse, a Wellesley-Developed App, Brings the Museum into the ClassroomTuesday, September 12, 2017
A team of Wellesley women is developing a new tool for virtual learning.
Wellesley Students Help Conserve Ancient Buddhist Statue at the Museum of Fine Arts, BostonThursday, August 24, 2017
Lisa Luka ’18 and Carly Sprague ’19 study damaging microbiological growth on an ancient stone statue as part of a conservation effort at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Eyes on the Sky Over Wellesley—and Elsewhere—During Solar EclipseMonday, August 21, 2017
Viewers on campus will get to experience a partial solar eclipse.
Dear Wellesley: Lumi Kinjo ’19 Reflects on Her Summer in BostonMonday, August 14, 2017
Our 2017 Summer Postcard Series concludes with a note from Lumi Kinjo ’19, who writes about her biomedical research and health internship in Boston.
Why Are We Still Falling for “Fake News”?Thursday, August 10, 2017
Eni Mustafaraj, assistant professor of computer science at Wellesley, continues to research ways people can avoid falling for fake news.
Scientific Research at Wellesley: At Poster Session, Students Tell Their Summer Research StoriesThursday, August 3, 2017
Students celebrate the power and promise of their research at Wellesley’s Summer Research Poster Session.
“The Atlantic” Interviews Wellesley Geosciences Professor about New Findings from the Site of the 2004 Southeast Asia Earthquake and TsunamiTuesday, August 1, 2017
Katrin Monecke, assistant professor of geosciences at Wellesley, calls the discovery of a cave that could lead to predictions of future earthquakes “spectacular.”
Time Magazine Partners With Wellesley’s Oscar Fernandez on New Interactive Tool to Resolve Financial DisputesThursday, July 27, 2017
The Wellesley math professor who created formulas for health, wealth, and love has developed a calculator to help couples negotiate on money issues.
Dear Wellesley: Alexandra Beem ’18 and Zoe Matticks ’18 Write to Us from Hanoi, VietnamMonday, July 24, 2017
Our 2017 Summer Postcard Series continues with a note from Alexandra Beem ’18 and Zoe Matticks ’18, who are in Hanoi, Vietnam, participating in a Global Citizenship Internship.
A Wellesley Student’s Discovery of Her Disability Opens a Dialogue on Diversity and Inclusion in Computer ScienceWednesday, July 19, 2017
Jessica Abramson ’19, winner of a Google Lime Scholarship, is working to promote diversity and inclusion in computer science.
People Observe the Body Differently When Assessing Friends vs. Mates, According to Wellesley StudyTuesday, July 18, 2017
When sizing up potential friends and mates, the eyes of men and women move differently, according to new research coauthored by Wellesley's Angela Bahns.
Wellesley Student Writes for “Hollywood Reporter,” Interns at the London Film AcademyTuesday, July 11, 2017
Ciara Wardlow ’19 wrote about the new Spider-Man film’s depiction of what she affectionately calls a “nerd school.”
Wellesley Math Professor Conceives Formulas for Health, Wealth, and LoveFriday, July 7, 2017
WCAI Radio interviews Wellesley Math Professor Oscar Fernandez about his new book, in which he explains how to use simple calculations to become wealthier, healthier, and happier in a relationship.
New Statistics Minor Coming to Wellesley This FallMonday, June 26, 2017
With its new statistics minor, Wellesley prepares students to navigate a world of “Big Data.”