Posts Tagged ‘women’

You’ve probably heard that Smith has a relatively new post-bac program at its Center for Mathematics. Here’s a great blog post by a professor at a large research university extolling the virtues of the program‘s concept: As a graduate advisor at a large university, I would be very interested in an applicant who had successfully […]

Regardless of what happens on November 4th, 2008 will be remembered as the year that women made their impact on the presidential race. And while the University of Idaho and Wellesley can claim Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton, respectively, the first woman president is yet to come. Which means there’s still a chance she’ll be […]