Writers for the popular blog FiveThirtyEight highlighted a paper co-authored by Wellesley’s Kristin Butcher among the most interesting research presented at this year’s annual meeting of the American Economic Association.
Wellesley Summer Theatre Company takes on Sarah Ruhl’s modern adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s gender-flipping 1928 novel, Orlando. Nora Hussey directs this comedic story of time-travel, identity, and love, running in the Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre 1/8 through 2/2.
U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Korbel Albright ’59, joins former UN Representative Elizabeth Cousens, and Dr. Homi Kharas of the Brookings Institute for “Harnessing Consensus: Shaping the World's New Development Goals.”
The Spring 2015 Arts and Culture at Wellesley Calendar provides an overview of the rich arts and cross-disciplinary cultural events on campus this semester.
Students from eight nations and 25 majors work closely with thought leaders from many fields in an intensive program tackling world issues, joined by former Ambassador Elizabeth Cousens and former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright '59. A closing event featuring these diplomats is open to the public.
Wellesley students share their love of science with elementary and middle school students from the Boston area, and introduced them to careers in STEM fields, through the Wellesley Science Club for Girls.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Ambassador Elizabeth Cousens, and Brookings Senior Fellow Homi Kharas Present a Public Dialogue at Wellesley College on Jan. 22, 2015
Wellesley PE instructor Calvin Chin’s Hung Kuen team gained international success in the first ever World Hung Kuen competition in November 2014.
The 2014 Tanner Conference hosted a photo contest, and the results are in. Judges voted on more than 100 entries submitted by Tanner presenters. Among the top three, Light up the Future by Mojia Shen '18, taken in Sadhana Village, Pune, India.
Jessica Saifee ‘16 spent the summer and fall of 2014 in India, conducting research on marginalized groups, with a special focus on the accessibility of healthcare for women and the Siddis population, and studying the Indian public health system.
24 students took part in two Center for Work and Service week-long Alternative Breaks over Wintersession. Participants assisted organizations in Kissimmee, Fla., and Boulder City, Nev., by meeting both basic and complex needs.
A second snow day! Thank you to the grounds crew for their tireless work around the clock to clear Wellesley's roads, stairwells, and pathways.
Snow day! Due to the snowstorm, Wellesley College is closed Tuesday, January 27.
Members of the Wellesley community came together in Alumnae Hall on Monday, January 19, for the fifteenth annual World of Wellesley Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast, an event celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Wellesley students travel the world each semester. Along with amazing experiences and new perspectives, they come back with great photos. The 2014 OIS photo contest have honors in four categories, including "Selfie with a Landmark" (shown).
The Davis Museum at Wellesley College presents Parviz Tanavoli, the first comprehensive retrospective exhibition of the influential Iranian artist’s work to be mounted by a U.S. museum.