This Is The Place
The Campaign for Wellesley
The Liberal Arts
Sue Wang ’88
The Equalizer: Gave this immigrant context, voice, network to create a meaningful life.
New Interdisciplinary Minor in Comparative Race and Ethnicity
November 4, 2016
How Calderwood Seminars Help Students Write
October 20, 2016
Media Praises New Book about Liberal Arts
August 29, 2016
Daniela Rivera and Margo Sulmont ’13
Wendy Salz ’83
From Student to Alum Club President to Mom of a Rising Senior, I AM WELLESLEY WEALTHY!
Wellesley developed my personality as an independent thinker.
Wendy J. Eisner. Ph.D. ’75
Geraldine JILL Kremer Schroder ’64
At first, I wasn't aware of one…but over the years it has grown steadily!
What a treat to see "Grace and Glorie" at the #winnipesaukeeplayhouse & hug @mollydarlingmolly! Did I mention we ran into a #Wellesley #alum? #wellesleyeffect T...
The beginning of my adulthood
Vivian Hathaway Crouse ’55
Linda McJannet ’64
Validated, deepened my intellectual and aesthetic abilities and introduced me to feminism.
A lifelong confidence in evaluating opinions/actions sans the gender filter.
Patricia Hortense Murphy ’61
Confidence that I could do it all; career, motherhood and family.
Kattia McGregor (Goldstein) ’85
Linda Cooke Johnson ’61
Wellesley was the key factor in making my life successful professionally.
Jocelyn Houle ’90
Lifelong, unshakable support from your first week to now
professors who were excellent academics and compassionate, wonderful community of student
Nadira Sheralam ’85
Acceptance at Simmons College School of Social Work
Joan Lewitt Bornstein ’58
Patti Kelly McLaughlin ’87
The Wellesley effect in my life: confidence
Wellesley builds poise and confidence in the ability of women to do anything they wish.
Catherine Shaffer ’80
Besides getting a superb education at Wellesley, it taught me that I have no limits on what I can do or become.
Linda Kroning ’71
Alison Hashimoto ’84
Wellesley gave me the confidence - and the skills - to achieve my dreams.
Caroline West ’03
I loved Wellesley the day I arrived, and I loved it the day I left.
Wellesley offered not just any opportunity, but every opportunity.
Pamela Erica Armstrong Friedmann ’86
Janet Marguerite Cooper Nelson ’71
I am grateful for the continuing strength and vision of the College.
Jane Cole Waldorf ’42
Wellesley has been and continues to be the strongest influence in my life.
Emily Catherine Nacol ’99
I remember my time at Wellesley as a time in which I was strongly encouraged to be myself and explore different intellectual and social paths.
Rosemary Metrailer ’66
Finding my way to Wellesley opened up a whole new world for me.
Wellesley was a tremendous influence in my life.
Louise A. Simon ’57
I have always felt proud to be a Wellesley graduate.
Jennifer Steinmetz ’87
Wellesley has always represented for me the best in single sex education.
Margaret Mathis ’49
Katherine Ciurej ’08
My friends from Wellesley were among the most important people in my life in 2007, and remain so today.
Lisa Marie Chaufty ’87
My wonderful Wellesley professors inspire me as I teach my own students!
The sky is the limit!
Dina Amin ’95
Wellesley gave me the liberal arts foundation to achieve the confidence and academic
Sally Gregory McMillen ’66
Support Wellesley. Invest in women. Generate a world of possibilities.
October 23, 2015
Charlotte Kiang ’13
The Sky is Not the Limit
Motlalepula Mmesi ’06
Wellesley taught me to not apologize for my curiosity and deep desire to change the world.
Marian Hopkins ’55
Wellesley has enriched my life every day and in many ways since I arrived there in 1951.
Helen Kriz Marshall ’77
A basic part of who I am.
Wellesley questions innate boundaries and opens new possibilities.
Barbara Moses ’56
Ann Hayden Hamilton ’67
I know that women learning together and supporting one another are a powerful force.
Irena Choi Stern ’80
A movie, and Wellesley, opened my eyes.
The Wellesley Effect begins when you walk onto campus.
Lia Gelin Poorvu ’56
Spouse, friends, & career all launched at W., in other words, a full life.
Phyllis S. Fanger ’51
Mary Voelz ’67
Wellesley women can fill any responsibility and position - no limits!
Sally Rial Phelps ’62
The Wellesley Effect has opened doors for me when I knocked.
Program Helps Students "Write for the Real World"
May 26, 2015
Calderwood Students Publish Articles and Blogs
May 22, 2014
Humanities and Botany in One First-Year Seminar
April 5, 2013
Supporting the people and programs that represent the future of the finest liberal arts and sciences education.
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