Women's College Coalition Appoints Michele Ozumba as President

Michele Ozumba was selected to become the next president of the Women's College Coalition.  She assumed her new role on March 16, 2015.

Women In Public Service Project Institute Supports Women Rebuilding Communities

The Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) Institute, co-hosted by Smith, Simmons, and Mount Holyoke colleges, welcomed 48 professional women who hailed from some of the most troubled areas of the world to receive mentoring and support in their work to rebuild their communities torn by war, political violence, and human rights violations.

 

For Expert Women, Look to Women's Colleges

It makes a difference when you study at a college that empowers women, especially in a gendered world in which people still believe that they can’t identify qualified women across every field.

A Letter to My Granddaughter: Bossy Can Be Beautiful

The word "bossy" can certainly have a negative connotation, but young women today also have the chance to invest the word with all it means to be a leader.  Helen Drinan, President of Simmons College, encourages her granddaughter's generation to do just that.

Spelman President Beverly Tatum Wins a Carnegie Corporation Award

Spelman College, a historically black liberal arts college for women, celebrates with President Beverly Tatum, who received one of four 2013 Academic Leadership Awards from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Established in 2005, the award honors university presidents who are resourceful administrators and who also exhibit an avid interest in the liberal arts. Other award winners were Michael Crow, president of Arizona State University; John Hennessy, president of Stanford University; and Richard Brodhead, president of Duke University.
Hear President Tatum’s interview on 12/9 on the PBS NewsHour.