Posts Tagged ‘women’s colleges’

A recent op-ed from the Daily Hampshire Gazette, a local paper in Northampton, Mass., states that women’s colleges have no reason to exist anymore: True, 150 years ago when women were excluded from male academies, colleges and universities, affirmative action was needed to create these special schools. We owe a debt of gratitude to women’s […]


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 […]