On May 15, Wellesley-in-Westchester held its annual meeting at Rye Town Park.
On March 8, 2020, International Women's Day, Professor Stacie Goddard presented The U.S. and China: Future Relations, a discussion about global power politics, with remarks about the Albright Institute.
Join Wellesley alumnae in a special reading of a play written by Ann Timmons ‘79 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment and the Suffrage Movement!
On March 3, 2019 Professor Paul Fisher gave a fabulous talk on Hostesses, Circumnavigators, Watercolorists, and Exotic Dancers: How Nineteenth-Century Women’s Culture Made John Singer Sargent.
In addition to our Wellesley-in-Westchester Annual Meeting, recapping our successful 90th anniversary year of celebration, please come to hear Natalie Robinson ’60 speak about her 30+ year passion for collecting French 18th century Sevres porcelain.
Julie Catterson Lindahl ‘88 will be with us to read from her new book called The Pendulum, detailing her quest to uncover the hidden truth about her family’s role in World War II and how the Wellesley Stevens traveling fellowship helped her achieve her goal.
Come join other Wellesley-in-Westchester members to hear from Ellen Theg “77, a Gestalt therapist, who will share insights on coping with loss or a life transition and lead us through exercises to help us manage better.
Wellesley-in-Westchester is sponsoring an Essentials Drive to benefit clients of My Sisters' Place, a local non-profit organization which serves victims of domestic violence.
It's hard to believe that in the wealthiest country on earth, there are parents who wonder how they are going to feed, house and care for their children. Open Door Family Medical Center is our community's health home for these people.
Evelyne Ryan, the Executive Director of the Bedford Historical Society, joined by Stacy Albanese '89, a member of the Board of Directors of the Bedford Historical Society, will lead us on a historical and architectural walking tour of Bedford Village.
Join Wellesley Alumnae for a Day of Service.
Professor Shurchov's talk - titled "How Women Compete and Win" - will address gender differences in economic outcomes such as wage gaps, status gaps and behavioral causes of those.
Please join us as we enjoy a backstage tour of the Metropolitan Opera House. Go behind the scenes for an exclusive look at what it takes to make operatic magic at the Met!
Join us for a special Day to Make a Difference activity, where WIW volunteers make and serve lunch (and provide left-overs) to 55 guests at St. Bartholomew’s Church Soup Kitchen
A representative from the College's Admissions Office will be in New Canaan to meet with prospective students
Barbara Miller Berman '84 unearthed a copy of a WIW newsletter, saved by her mother - it's dated May, 1959.
Meet at the collection, Wednesday October 7th, at 11am. Afterwards, we'll have lunch at the Lexington Square Café (also in Mt. Kisco).
Wellesley-in-Westchester is sponsoring a Toiletries Drive to benefit My Sister's Place, a local non-profit organization which serves victims of domestic violence.
Join us for a special Day to Make a Difference activity, where WIW volunteers make and serve lunch (and provide left-overs) to 55 guests at St. Bartholomew’s Church Soup Kitchen. You can choose how you’re able to help.
Associate Professor of Economics Akila Weerapana is coming to Westchester to speak on the topic "The Rise of China and India: Implications for the Rest of Us".
Wellesley-in-Westchester is sponsoring a Toiletries Drive to benefit My Sister’s Place, a local non-profit which serves victims of domestic violence.
The Alumnae Seminar is a joint venture of alumnae of the Seven Sisters Colleges who live in Fairfield County (CT) and Westchester.