When most people learn about bacteria or fungi around them, they grab the cleaning spray. Anne Madden ’06 grabs a petri dish and hopes to discover a new species, a novel antibiotic, or even a way to brew a better beer.More
Alumnae in the U.S. Department of State say that in spite of its challenges, they were drawn to life in the foreign service because fostering constructive dialogue between nations appeals to their sense of Non Ministrari sed Ministrare.More
“Inclusive excellence” might sound like a catchphrase. But not at Wellesley College. Here, the words have become a touchstone. As President Paula Johnson says, “… [T]rue excellence really requires equity, inclusion, and intellectual openness at all levels of learning and in all aspects of our community, from our academic program to our students’ experience of campus life.”More
“Connections: An Alumnae Panel” featured a discussion about feminisms across the decades. Pictured are Charlotte Hayes ’75, Vanessa Bennett ’98, Desiree Rogers ’81, Anne Shen Chao ’74, Laila Alawa ’12, and Janet Diederichs ’50.
Desiree Rogers ’81 moderated a panel about feminisms across the decades.
Rachel Nagin ’12 and Marta Rainer ’98 performing in a preview of their fall production, “In the Waiting Room” by Lisa Loomer, directed by Nora Hussey, as part of “Intersections: A Faculty Symposium.”
Smitha Radhakrishnan, associate professor of sociology, performed “Spores of Bluefern” a presentation of prose and dance featuring a celebrated passage from Toni Morrison’s Beloved, as part of “Intersections: A Faculty Symposium.”