Graduates of women's colleges represent just two percent of college degree holders, but they are highly represented in positions of leadership.
Professor Contributes To Exhibit Showcasing Efforts By Artists And Scholars To Resist ISIS Destruction
Professor Erich Hatala Matthes contributed a video discussion to The Missing: Rebuilding The Past, the first exhibit to showcase efforts by artists and scholars resisting the destruction of art and antiquities by ISIS.
The Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs 2016 Wintersession is underway! Meet the 2016 Albright Fellows.
A children’s book by Susan Lynn Meyer, professor of English, has received several awards and award nominations, and has had an impact in libraries and classrooms across the country.
On Thursday, January 21, Wellesley held a ceremony celebrating a new partnership with Ashoka University, India's First Private Ivy League-Caliber Institution.
Amy Yee '96 received the 2015 silver medal for The Prince Albert II of Monaco and United Nations Correspondents Association (UNCA) Global Prize for coverage of Climate Change. This is her third UNCA award.
The College community is invited to join Wellesley Community Read, a Town-wide reading project designed to encourage conversation about race and racial justice.
The Schneider Center’s interiors spaces incorporate contemporary details while retaining classic elements. The project was just awarded a Boston Society of Architects (BSA) 2015 Architecture/Interior Design Award.
Leaders in global economic policy take part in a public dialogue, entitled “Addressing Global Inequality,” as part of the 2016 Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs Wintersession.
At Wellesley, physical education is more than a degree requirement; it’s an essential part of a liberal arts education and a healthy lifestyle.
For a few weeks every winter, onlookers in the Ferguson Greenhouses are delighted by the striped and spotted blossoms of the Durant Camellia, the only surviving plant donated by College founder Henry Durant.
Professor Katharine H.S. Moon has been interviewed by NPR and has authored commentary for The Brookings Institute, following the recent news that North Korea had tested a nuclear weapon.
The Spring 2016 Arts and Culture at Wellesley Calendar previews a rich selection of semester events.
Foamboard and pencils were some of the first tools given to the 2016 Albright Fellows to expose them to the kind of problem solving techniques they’ll need to tackle the major issues facing the world today.
Three levels of an Italian Language and Culture course, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced, will be available on the edX platform starting Monday, January 25th, 2016
Eunice Han, visiting lecturer in economics, wrote an amicus brief explaining how the Supreme Court case Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association could affect unions and public-sector employees nationwide.
Victoria George ’05 and Paul Michael Valley star in the dark comedy “The House of Blue Leaves,” the first production by the newly named Wellesley Repertory Theatre.
Rosalind Epstein Krauss '62 will receive the 2016 College Art Association's Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award for Writing on Art.
Savitri Restrepo Alvarez '16 has been chosen for the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars, a highly-selective program modeled after the Rhode's Scholarship designed to identify future world leaders.
Alumna’s exhibit at Yale University, which offers a new perspective on the internment of thousands of Japanese-Americans during World War II, is covered by the New York Times.
Alexandra Saueressig '19 and Sophie Olson '18 attended the prestigious Borlaug Dialogue, where they were recognized for outstanding research they conducted during summer internships in Bangladesh and China, respectively.
Panel discussions brought students and alumnae together for conversations about the Wellesley Effect. Nine panel discussions are included among the videos now available on the College's YouTube channel.
World Leaders on Economic Development to Address Global Inequality at Wellesley College's Albright Institute
Several of the world’s most influential leaders in global economic policy will take part in a public dialogue, entitled “Addressing Global Inequality,” on January 31, 2016, at Wellesley College’s Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs.