Faculty on the Road

Faculty on the Road

The Baltimore Wellesley Club welcomed classmates Jacki Musacchio ’89, professor of art at Wellesley (right), and Julia Marciari-Alexander ’89, the new director of Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum, for an evening of art and socializing last fall. Thirty alumnae spanning seven decades attended the event, which included a lecture by Musacchio about 19th-century sculptor and poet Anne Whitney. In 2013–14, faculty members on the road for the WCAA gave roughly 50 club lectures, speaking on topics ranging from anthropology to literature. For information about bringing a faculty speaker to your club, visit www.wellesley.edu/alumnae/lifelonglearning/speaker.

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