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      News from the Grécourt Gate

      The Grécourt Gate showcases the ideas, the people behind the ideas and the original contributions Smith is making to larger intellectual dialogues through the culture of research and the liberal arts at the college, where a vibrant community of scholars and students exhibit a love of discovery. Here are some recent features.

      Prof. Jamie Macbeth: The Potential of AI

      Jamie Macbeth, assistant professor of computer science, is studying how artificial intelligence can be used to improve decision-making.

      Rosie Poku ’22: Building a ‘House of Research’

      Rosie Poku ’22, a Smith Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow, views scholarly research as a chance to “fill in gaps” in the fields of comparative literature and Africana studies. Here, Poku shares her experience presenting a paper on Black literary movements at a recent national conference.

      ‘Activism in Practice’: Yanna Lambrinidou ’89

      Yanna Lambrinidou ’89—this year’s Lakes Writer-in-Residence at Smith—believes that activism, teaching, and learning are related endeavors that one cannot, and should not, accomplish alone.

      ‘The Power to Change the Canon’

      New series of historical novels gives voice to early modern women authors.

      Teaching the History of Racist Language

      Professor Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor explores the complexities of talking about the N-word without doing harm.

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