Inside Bryn Mawr

News and events for the Bryn Mawr College campus community

Aybala Warner Ozturk, MSS Student speaks at Kimberly Wright Cassidy’s Inauguration

Saturday, September 20, 2014 - Aybala Warner Ozturk, MSS Student speaks at Kimberly Wright Cassidy’s Inauguration Thank you to the Bryn Mawr community for allowing me this honor on behalf of the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. It is a pleasure for me to be here celebrating President Cassidy. First as an undergraduate [...]

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Soraya M. Coley, MSS ’74 PhD ’81, appointed Cal Poly Pomona’s Next President

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American Red Cross Blood Drive

The Civic Engagement office will be hosting The Bryn Mawr College American Red Cross Blood Drive in Thomas Great Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 23 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Donor eligibility guidelines can be found on the Red Cross website. For more information contact Ellie Esmond at 610.526.6591. Appointments are recommend and can be [...]

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BMC Highlighted in FoodService Director

The trade media outlet FoodService Director included Bryn Mawr in a recent piece on the rise of juice bars.

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Letter to the Bryn Mawr Community from Dean Balthazar

The following email was sent to faculty, staff, and students by Dean of Studies and Interim Dean of the College Judy Balthazar on Wednesday, Sept. 17. Dear members of the Bryn Mawr community, On Monday, I wrote about the presence of a Confederate flag on campus and the community’s response to it.  That evening, more than a [...]

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Fransheska Clara ’17 Highlighted in UPenn Vet School Newsletter

In their latest research newsletter, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine highlights many of the students who worked there over the summer, including Fransheska Clara ’17. Clara worked in the laboratory of Dr. Robert Greenberg, where she did research on the “identification of ion channel drug targets in schistosomes, parasitic worms that cause [...]

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Tech Talks are Back

The following email was sent to faculty, staff, and graduate students by Coordinator for Academic Technology Initiatives Jennifer Spohrer on Tuesday, Sept. 16. Dear faculty, staff and graduate students, Tech Talks are back by popular demand! Tech Talks are tri-weekly lunchtime presentations and conversations around technology-related topics of interest to faculty, staff and graduate students. This year [...]

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Vendors Needed for Holiday Fair

The following email was sent to faculty, students, and staff on behalf of the Staff Association on Tuesday, Sept. 16. Hello everyone, Are you an artist, a crafts person, or a great cook?  Would you like a venue to show and sell your work?  The Staff Association will be hosting a Holiday Fair on Wednesday, 12/10/2014, from 10:00 [...]

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Institutional Review Board Meetings to be Held October 31, December 15

The following email was sent to faculty, students, and staff on behalf of the IRB on Monday, Sept. 15. Dear faculty, students, and staff: We ask that you carefully review the procedures below so that IRB reviews can be done as expeditiously as possible. We suggested that you print out the attachment above, which contains [...]

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CEO to Host Banned Book Read-Out for Constitution Day

In honor of Constitution Day, the Civic Engagement Office will host a Banned Book Virtual Read-Out Wednesday, September 17 from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Dolwen, Cambrian Row. Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to bring in a banned or challenged book to discuss and read. Civic Engagement will record your thoughts and share [...]

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