Wellesley recently approved a 10-year Sustainability Plan that will help the College further reduce its environmental footprint and ensure a greener future for generations of students.
A Wellesley education opens a world of possibilities. Several recent graduates are looking ahead to a year of study, research, or teaching abroad with the help of grants and fellowships.
This past semester, students worked with Khaled Al- Saa’i, an internationally renowned Arabic calligrapher who challenges how people see and use familiar script.
Four recent graduates will spend a year in China or Taiwan, thanks to fellowships from the Yenching Academy of Peking University and the Wellesley-Yenching Program.
Savitri Restrepo Alvarez '16 returned to her native Colombia to work with indigenous women who have been displaced from their ancestral lands by the country's ongoing civil war.
Chemistry Professor Chris Arumainayagam participated in a press briefing at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) national conference. His student also presented at the conference.
Catherine Puga '17 writes from Rabat, Morocco, where she’s participating in a Global Engagement Internship through Wellesley's Center for Work and Service.
Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Joy St. John responded to the Supreme Court ruling on college admissions with a letter to the editor in the New York Times.
Melissa Jo Zambrana '16 danced in many events on campus while at Wellesley. She recently displayed some of her moves on ABC's "Live with Kelly" 4th of July episode.
New research from Kristin Butcher '86, Marshall I. Goldman Professor of Economics and Department Chair, could help shed light on how the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) works.
A warm Wellesley welcome to Paula Johnson! Today is President Johnson's first official day at Wellesley.
Just a few hours remain before Dr. Paula A. Johnson begins her tenure as Wellesley's 14th president. Today is the last day to contribute to the historic welcome effort.
Katharine Lee Bates, Class of 1880, penned the poem that would become the lyrics to the popular ballad "America the Beautiful" during a 2,000 mile cross-country train trip.
During the summer, enjoy the Davis Museum in new way—with an outdoor film series of some of the most fun museum-centric movies.
A student-organized spring event highlighted alumna Julia Marciari-Alexander's path from Wellesley to her post as the first Female Executive Director of Baltimore's Walters Art Museum.
H. Kim Bottomly will conclude her tenure as Wellesley's 13th president on June 30, 2016. Today, a photo reflection of her time at the College.
Marsha Malinowski '82 shared insight with PBS about the 32-year friendship between Pope John Paul II and Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka for the documentary "The Secrets of Saint John Paul."
"Ordering Lunch for the Office: A Greek Tragedy," by Broti Gupta '16, was published in the New Yorker's daily humor column Shouts and Murmurs in May.
Software programs developed at Wellesley are helping genome scientists, biologists, and medical researchers gain better insights from genome sequencing data.
Eliana Marostica '18 is a member of the U.S. Synchronized Skating Team. The team won the Bronze at this year's World Skating Championships
Tracy Gleason, professor of psychology and psychological director of the Child Study Center at Wellesley, was featured on PRI’s Science Friday segment and in a series of web videos.
Victoria Hart '96 spoke to Newsweek about the limited opportunities women face in finance and about the network she founded to help women develop professionally.
Wellesley Professor’s Research Supports Idea that Building Blocks of Life May Originate From Interstellar Reactions
Chris Arumainayagam, professor of chemistry, was selected to participate in a press briefing at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) national conference in San Diego, Calif, the only professor representing a liberal arts college to do so.
Media featured newly released-audio excerpts of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s student speech from the College's 1969 commencement exercises.
Hillary Rodham Clinton ’69 achieved a historic milestone as the first woman to be the presumptive presidential nominee of a major political party.
The Wellesley Repertory Theatre production runs through June 26, with 7:00 PM shows on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, and 2:00 PM matinees on Saturdays and Sundays.
Reunion welcomed a near-record crowd with 2,147 alums and over 1,000 family members and guests. Attendees hailed from 47 states, 22 countries, and 2 territories.
Graduating classes ending in 1 and 6 will gather, it is also a special year for Continuing Education alumnae and Davis Scholars (CE/DS).
Wellesley crew earned the program's first national championship and the first NCAA team national championship in school history. Wellesley is the first Women’s College to win a national title in rowing.
Wellesley Professor Pens New Novel Inspired by Father’s Experiences in America After Escaping Nazi-Occupied France
Susan Lynn Meyer has published a second young adult novel, Skating with the Statue of Liberty. In her new book, Gustave, a Jewish refugee boy who has fled Nazi-occupied France, faces racism and anti-Semitism in New York City during World War II, but ultimately finds friendship and hope.