Students and alumnae broaden the definition of what constitutes a classroom by sharing their local, national and international study experiences at the Tanner Conference.
Ceallach Gibbons ’17 was determined to complete the arduous 21-mile English Channel swim, despite jellyfish stings and an injured shoulder.
President Paula Johnson and her inauguration were the focus of WCVB’s news magazine Chronicle HD Wednesday evening.
In the new ecology course taught by Jaclyn Hatala Matthes, students are trying to determine what role humans play in managing ecosystems and how Wellesley’s campus ecosystem can be sustainably managed.
A new short film highlights the benefits of MyinTuition for prospective students, especially those from lower- and middle-income backgrounds who might view college as financially out of reach.
Wellesley Professor’s Proposal in Chronicle of Higher Education Could Be Game Changer for Grant Application Process
Susan Reverby, professor of women’s and gender studies, wrote about her experience with the grant application process—and offered a solution to what she sees as its inherent problems.
International experts in architectural history, historic preservation, and design convene at Wellesley to discuss “The Modern Campus at Mid-Century & Today,” with a focus on Jewett Arts Center.
Wellesley Blue sports fans gathered in Alumnae Hall on October 15 to honor the achievements of Nadine Netter Levy ’66, Barbara Morry Fraumeni ’72, Jessica Gosnell ’90, and former coach and program contributor Ann S. Batchelder.
Watch a video featuring the Wellesley College Debate Society to learn the best ways to prepare for—and successfully perform—during a debate.
On Friday, the Wellesley College community gathered to honor the three recipients of the 2016 Alumnae Achievement Awards: Marian Burros ’54, Maria Morris Hambourg ’71, and Debra Knopman ’75.
This weekend, Wellesley will host four important fall events on campus at once: Friends and Family Weekend and Homecoming, the Alumnae Awards, the Alumnae Leadership Council, and the Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Chelsea Clinton will be on campus speaking at a political rally at 3pm today. This is not a College-sponsored event, it is a campaign stop, but members of the community are invited to attend.
Wellesley College Professor Spotlights Problem Faced by People of Color in Predominantly White Towns
Professor Nikki Greene’s op-ed on microaggressions led to a featured guest interview on WBUR’s Radio Boston.
Heidi Wang ’12 explains how she founded Girls Teaching Girls to Code in an article that recently appeared on LinkedIn.
Wellesley women know the answer to Thursday night's final Jeopardy! question.
The first flush of fall foliage. #AwesomeAutumnalAlliteration
On September 20, the College community had the opportunity to appreciate the academic and creative contributions one hundred and sixteen faculty members made to their fields during the previous year.
Provost Andrew Shennan, Davis Museum Director Lisa Fischman, and President Paula Johnson unveil “the Davis. ReDiscovered,” a reinstallation of the Davis permanent collections, over three years in the making.
On September 27, M. Darby Dyar ’80 became the fourth woman—and the second Wellesley alumna—to receive the prestigious G.K. Gilbert Award from the Geological Society of America.
Lucia Perez ’14 recently completed a Fulbright Student Research Fellowship with a leading astrophysicist in South Africa and began work on a Ph.D. in the astrophysics program at Arizona State University (ASU).