Look Up and Admire Wellesley’s Airborne Denizens—BirdsMonday, April 22, 2019
Student Han Qiao ’19 creates a catalogue of campus bird population as a part of the Paulson Initiative.
Two Years After Its Launch, The Wellesley Hive Continues to ThriveFriday, April 19, 2019
Hannah Jacobs ’19 recently traveled to Oxford University to connect in person with a mentor she met on The Wellesley Hive, the College’s digital networking platform.
Old Trees Have New Home in Wellesley’s Global Flora GreenhouseWednesday, April 10, 2019
The storied Durant Camellia and three other trees now make their home in the new greenhouse.
Two Wellesley Seniors Receive Prestigious Watson FellowshipsMonday, April 8, 2019
As Watson Fellows, Lucy Wanzer ’19 and Sophia Zupanc ’19 will spend a year traveling and studying abroad.
Fontbonne Academy Students Learn about Careers in Construction on Wellesley VisitWednesday, April 3, 2019
High school students from the all-girls Fontbonne Academy toured Wellesley’s Science Center construction site.
Get Up and Grow: Environmental Studies Professor Discusses Garlic Mustard ResearchTuesday, March 26, 2019
How does the environment influence the ability of plant populations to persist or fail? Alden Griffith, assistant professor of environmental studies, talks to “Wellesley” magazine about his large-scale field experiment featuring the invasive plant species garlic mustard.
Wellesley Women Were Pioneers in Code Breaking and Code MakingFriday, March 22, 2019
Wellesley women contributed to code breaking during World War II and to breakthroughs in early computer science.
3D Model of Wellesley’s New Science Center on View in ClappMonday, February 25, 2019
A 3D model of the next-generation Science Center now lives in Clapp Library for the campus community to admire.
Wellesley Biologist Talks with the CBC about Threats to Honey Bees’ SurvivalWednesday, February 20, 2019
Biology professor Heather Mattila (pictured) says pesticides, weather, and parasites are endangering the North American honey bee population.
Nine Wellesley Honors Students Received Inaugural Samuel and Hilda Levitt Fellowships in 2018Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Recipients of the Samuel and Hilda Levitt Fellowships, awarded for the first time in spring 2018, represent the breadth of Wellesley’s academic disciplines and a commitment to service.
Local High School Students Tour Wellesley’s Science Center Construction ProjectSaturday, February 2, 2019
A group of young women from Jeremiah E. Burke High School visited Wellesley’s Science Center project and learned about careers in the construction field.
Wellesley First-Years Learn the Rigors of Research at Biochemistry Boot CampFriday, February 1, 2019
A group of first-year students spent part of Wintersession learning what it means to be a research scientist.
Wellesley Faculty Practice Teamwork at Science Education Retreat for Inclusive ExcellenceTuesday, January 29, 2019
Wellesley faculty members participated in team-building exercises during a five-day retreat to promote inclusive excellence in the classroom.
Wellesley Collaborates with Glasswing Ventures to Engage Students in Artificial IntelligenceWednesday, January 9, 2019
Wellesley and Glasswing Ventures, a venture capital firm founded by Rudina Seseri ’00, collaborated on an independent study course that asked students to develop a machine learning model to support startup investing.
In New Book, Wellesley Professor Traces the Evolution of America’s Environmental PoliciesWednesday, December 19, 2018
Wellesley College environmental studies associate professor James Morton Turner documents environmental leadership in a historical context in the new book he co-authored, “The Republican Reversal: Conservatives and the Environment from Nixon to Trump.”