In two weeks, students from around the world will arrive on campus for orientation. But before they do, many of Wellesley’s 100-plus alumnae clubs will host send-off parties for the class of 2022.
This summer, Wellesley students write postcards to the community about their internship experiences across the world. Sixth in our series is Julia Simon ’19, who shares her internship experiences at the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo in Santander, Spain.
In the early morning, the sun creates a stunning palette of color as it rises over Galen Stone Tower and Lake Waban. #WellesleyPlaces
Thanks to a partnership between the Wellesley Centers for Women and the Center for Research and Training in Gender and Family at the University of Cabo Verde, Natália Marques ’19 spent her summer working to empower and bring more women into the formal labor force in Praia, Cape Verde.
Teaching bioethics to elementary school students (pictured), blooming phytoplankton off the coast of Iceland, gut microbiomes in babies, and how songbirds learn to sing were all part of Wellesley’s annual poster fair celebrating a summer spent doing science research.
Catherine Nicoloff DS ’19, recipient of a 2018 Barry Goldwater Scholarship for Physics Research, plans to study and research experimental particle physics this year at Wellesley. This summer she focused on creating a module reception station (pictured) to test silicon detector modules for use in the ATLAS experiment at CERN.
This summer, Wellesley students write postcards to the community about their internship experiences across the world. Fifth in our series is Alicia Olivo ’19, who shares her internship experiences with CASA 0101 Theatre in Los Angeles.
The indoor canvas labyrinth provides students an opportunity to get lost in meditation and self-reflection.
Student researchers are using the country’s largest wind-wave tank to simulate the ocean and better understand air-to-ocean gas exchange processes during high-speed winds.
For Anjali Benjamin-Webb ’18, Wellesley’s Campaign has made it possible for her to pull artistic inspiration from multiple mediums in collaborative spaces like Pendleton West, helping her define her voice as a storyteller. Listen to how the campaign to advance the Wellesley Effect has influenced her experience.
With his mural “Inclusive Excellence” completed in Green Hall, David Teng Olsen, associate professor of art, paints a new mural project in the creative writing suite.
This summer, Wellesley students write postcards to the community about their internship experiences across the world. Fourth in our series are two students, Clare Doyle ’20 and Lucí Navas-Sharry ’19, who share their internship experiences with Fundación Poder Ciudadano.
With a building that blends the past with the present, Pendleton West illustrates the value of a Wellesley liberal arts education. #WellesleyPlaces
Though the July 27 lunar eclipse will not be visible in North America, other celestial occurrences like meteor showers and a closer look at Mars, will. Kristina Punzi from Wellesley’s Whitin Observatory explains.
For Caitlin Aguirre ’20, the Wellesley campaign has made possible the inspiration and preparation that she will need for a career devoted to serving others. Aguirre is one of the voices in our video series exploring the impact of the campaign to advance the Wellesley Effect.
Archaeology excavation turns up bone fragments from a skeleton believed to have been used in anatomical classes more than 100 years ago.
This summer, Wellesley students are writing postcards to the community about their internship experiences across the world. Third in our series, Riann Tang ’19 describes her internship with the ABC News Beijing bureau.
Even in the summer months, the Wellesley campus prepares itself for the arrival of the new members of the purple class. #WellesleyPlaces
Wellesley faculty members Nina Tumarkin and Igor Logvinenko weigh in on US-Russia relations in the wake of the Trump-Putin summit earlier this week.
Wellesley College has raised more than $500 million, surpassing its ambitious campaign goal—a full year early—in the largest fundraising effort to be undertaken by a women’s college.
To better understand how Wellesley College’s Lake Waban was formed, a professor and students conduct a geophysical survey into its depths.
This summer, Wellesley students are writing postcards to the community about their internship experiences across the world. Second in our series, Elisabeth Clemmons ’20 describes her internship with the UB Post in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
A Wellesley gem, the Butler Boathouse is a favorite communal space on campus that during the school year allows the community to explore activities like canoeing, sailing, rowing, and even sunset yoga.
With cupcakes and cookies, bread and muffins, Claflin Bakery satisfies Wellesley’s sweet tooth.