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Lecture by Sheryl WuDunn on her book, "Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide"
September 11, 2012

Wellesley Names James D. Wolfensohn and Elaine Wolfensohn '58 as the Mary Jane Durnford Lewis '59 Distinguished Visiting Professors for 2012 Albright Institute for Global Affairs
Announcement December 15, 2011
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President Bottomly's speech to Wellesley's European Alumnae during the London Calling event on December 3, 2011
Watch the video from December 3, 2011
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"Global Political Challenges: Women Advancing Democracy"
View Secretary Albright's speech at LSE on December 2, 2011
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2012 Fellows Announced link arrow

Albright Fellow Katie Judd '11 worked at Catalytic Communities in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the summer of 2011. Watch a video about her experience. link arrow

The Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs educates young women for positions of leadership.

In January 2010, Wellesley College proudly unveiled the Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs (the Albright Institute). The Albright Institute educates women to fulfill leadership positions, strengthens the role of women in international relations, and informs policy discussions and academic thought in global affairs.

Integrating the academic resources of Wellesley and the research capabilities of the Wellesley Centers for Women with the insights of global thought leaders, the Albright Institute enhances the academic community of Wellesley, and students take this knowledge into the world.

Cover of Wellesley Magazine Isse on Albright Institute   "A Crucible for Global Leadership" Wellesley Magazine (Spring 2010)link arrow
 
       

 

   

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Madeleine Albright is one of the most prominent diplomats in United States history, having served as Secretary of State, representative to the United Nations and having worked in the National Security Council. link arrow

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Madeleine Albright Reflects On Women's Rights, Diplomacy In Wellesley Return (Jan 26, 2012)link arrow

Albright gets down to business at Wellesley (Jan 25, 2012)link arrow

Wellesley College students greet alumna Madeleine Albright with gratitude - and a sandwich (Jan 24, 2012)link arrow

Halimatou Hima Moussa Dioula '10 on her work with UNICEF in Niger (December 2010)link arrow

Albright Fellow Sarah Turrin '11 wins Fulbright Award link arrow

Albright Fellow Debbie Chen '11 wins Watson Fellowship link arrow

Townsend Named NEISCA Scholar-Athlete of the Yearlink arrow

"The Albright Experience" Wellesley Magazine (Winter 2011)link arrow

Revolt and Repression in the Middle East with Nicholas Burns (The Emily Rooney Show, A production of WGBH, Recorded April 11, 2011) link arrow

Condoleezza Rice & Madeleine K. Albright: A Conversation (Women in the World 2011, Recorded March 11, 2011) link arrow

Madeleine Albright and Condoleezza Rice on Libya & More (The Daily Beast, March 2011) link arrow

Madeleine Albright: On being a woman and a diplomat (TEDWomen, Filmed Dec 2010; Posted Feb 2011) link arrow

Albright Fellows Celebrate the Blizzard of 2011 link arrow

Members of the Military Discuss Service and Sacrifice at the Albright Institute link arrow

Rangita de Silva-de Alwis Albright Institute faculty member and human rights lawyer named the inaugural Susan McGee Bailey Research Scholar link arrow

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Photo Credit: Portrait by Richard Howard
 
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