This fall, Jeannie Cho Lee and Annie Morita, both class of ’90, were invited to participate in the second annual Elizabeth Miller ’81 Lecture, “Risk-taking and its Rewards: A Conversation on Leadership and Entrepreneurship.” Lee, who lives in Hong Kong, is the first Asian Master of Wine and an award-winning author, wine critic, judge and educator. Morita, who lives and works in Shanghai, China, is an executive at DreamWorks Animation SKG, and chief of staff for Oriental Dreamworks, a joint venture entertainment company with DreamWorks Animation SKG and several other companies in China. This lecture series is made possible by a gift from Elizabeth Miller ’81 and her husband, James Dinan, who established The Dinan Family Foundation in 1997, to support their philanthropy, which has also included gifts to the Wharton School and the Museum of the City of New York.
Haisely Wert ’16 lives in Jordan House, where she has filled her room with memories and mementos of family and friends back home, her love of crafting and an ever-expanding collage wall.
Kathleen McCartney and the Smith community join Bagpipers as they march from the Quadrangle to the ITT for the start of Installation Ceremony.
The installation of Smith College’s 11th president, Kathleen McCartney, took place on October 19, 2013, with the Smith community and notable guests on hand to celebrate and to discuss the future of higher education and women’s leadership.
Members of the Smith community and notable guests who came to campus to celebrate the inauguration of Kathleen McCartney send their best wishes to the new president and share why it’s an exciting time for Smith.
The Smith community was joined by delegates from colleges and universities around the world for the formal presentation of the symbols and responsibilities of office to Kathleen McCartney, Smith’s 11th president, on Saturday, October 19, 2013.
“To the New Year,” by Kate Soper, Assistant Professor of Music
Commissioned by the Smith College Board of Trustees
The Smith College Glee Club and Orchestra
“All You Need Is Love,” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Arranged by Clifton J. Noble, Jr.
The Smith College Campus School Chorus, Cynthia Naughton, Director
The Smith College Chorus, Joseph Baldwin, Director
The Smith College Glee Club, The Smith College Orchestra, Jonathan Hirsh, Director and Conductor
Delegates from colleges and universities around the world joined faculty, staff, students and alumnae for the formal presentation of the symbols and responsibilities of office to Smith’s 11th president, Saturday, October 19, 2013.
A conversation showcasing women’s global leadership. Participants included Marian Wright Edelman, president and founder of the Children’s Defense Fund; Jane Harman ’66, director, president and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and former U.S. Representative from California; Farah Pandith ’90, special representative to Muslim communities, U.S. Department of State; and Julianna Smoot ’89, Democratic political adviser.
The panel was moderated by broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien and introduced by Gregory White, Mary Huggins Gamble Professor of Government at Smith and the Elizabeth Mugar Eveillard ’69 Faculty Director of the Lewis Global Studies Center.