Kate Erickson '05 and Langan Kingsley '08, both professionals in the creative entertainment field, joined Broti Gupta '16 for a panel discussion aimed at students hoping to pursue a career in creative writing after graduation.
Take a spin through campus and enjoy a sample of our multitalented faculty at work—through the lens of a liberal arts winter.
On the occasion of her retirement, the community gathers to celebrate Bunny Harvey, Elizabeth Christy Kopf Professor of Art, and her accomplishments as an educator and artist, in 40 years at Wellesley.
Syndicated columnist uses Wellesley professor Angela Bahns' research in nationally published column that shows how pre-existing prejudice makes us fear others.
A film that captures the powerful and moving stories of students and alumnae reflecting on the ways in which Wellesley shaped the women they have become makes its digital premiere.
Students in ARTS 322 Advanced Print Concepts held an alternative printmaking event on the Davis-Jewett plaza in late October. The event allowed them to explore larger format printing.
Professor Rosanna Hertz and student researchers are studying how donor-assisted conception is shaping the meaning of family and kinship for millions of people.
Four seniors have been selected as the nominees for the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, a grant that funds a year of independent study and travel outside of the United States.
Horticulturists David Sommers and Tony Antonucci recently got a big surprise from a little visitor in Wellesley’s tropical greenhouse.
Leilani Stacy '18 was one of five students from a national pool selected as a finalist in a national essay contest.
A recent celebration brought faculty together to share successful blended learning projects and discuss the expansion of the physical limits of the classroom thanks to digital technologies.
Health and learning go hand in hand. To promote wellbeing, the Wellness Outreach Committee offers a variety of fun activities during reading period designed to help students breathe out stress and breathe in relaxation.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded a research infrastructure grant of nearly $480,000 to the Computer Science Department to create an interactive visualization facility for interdisciplinary research.
Through personal stories, the fall 2015 magazine offers an in-depth look at the breadth and depth of The Wellesley Effect.
A former dean's residence, the Acorns, will be converted to multicultural space and Harambee House will be renovated as part of the College's plan to add to and enhance multicultural spaces on campus.
Some Wellesley faculty members draw inspiration for their creative work from their children or their own childhoods.