SCUP Symposium at Wellesley College
Wellesley, MA – The Society of College and University Planning’s (SCUP) North Atlantic Region will host a one-day symposium titled “Leadership, Legacy, and Looking Forward at Wellesley College.” Its intent is to explore the heritage, culture and curriculum, values and goals, stewardship and renewal, and landscape and structures that define and distinguish Wellesley College, the world’s preeminent women’s liberal arts institution.
The Wellesley College speakers include H. Kim Bottomley, president; Jon Alvaraz, director of design and construction; Trina Mace Learned, director, operations for facilities management and planning; John Olmsted, manager of landscape and motor pool; Patrick Willoughby, director of sustainability; Adele Wolfson, Schow professor of physical sciences, acting dean of students, chair, president’s advisory committee on gender and Wellesley; and Peter D. Zuraw, assistant vice president, facilities management and planning.
The October 9 symposium is open to members and nonmembers. For more information, follow the links at www.scup.org/WellesleySymposium.
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