Aug. 27, 2019
Learning that setbacks are an integral part of research, about 60 Vassar students took part in projects this summer on the auspices of the Undergraduate Research Summer Institute (URSI) and Ford Scholars programs.
Apr. 5, 2019
“Quiet as It’s Kept: Passing Subjects, Contested Identities,” a scholarly conference on “passing,” held April 5-7 on the Vassar College campus, advanced the dialog about racial, ethnic, and gender identity in substantial ways.
Mar. 28, 2019
Students in a Medieval and Renaissance Studies Class spent a morning hurling balls of clay at a kiddie pool, learning the workings of a medieval weapon, a trebuchet.
Sep. 27, 2017
Inspired by Associate Prof. of History Leslie Offutt to pursue a career in academia, Alberto Wilson III ’16 is pursuing a PhD in history at the University of Houston.
May. 5, 2017
Professor of Religion Marc Epstein and students in his course, Venice, the Jews, and the World, spent Spring Break exploring the Venetian Ghetto where Jews were required to live from 1516 until 1797 when they were liberated by Napoleon’s army.