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Archive for March, 2011

Psychology Seniors Seek Children and Adults to Participate in Thesis Study

Posted March 24, 2011

Psychology seniors Adrienne Webb, Laura Bryson and Alexandra Stratyner need your help! They are conducting two psychology studies for their senior theses and need participants from the BiCo community. They have a study for children (ages 6-9) and a study for adults. This research is approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and is being conducted under […]

Updating of Copiers Scheduled for Week of March 28

Posted March 24, 2011

From Chief Administrative Officer Jerry Berenson: During the week of March 28, Purchasing will be working with Information Services (IS) staff and Ikon (our copier vendor) to replace all Ricoh leased copiers and multifunction machines on campus with new multifunction units. This change has many benefits.  In addition to providing a substantial cost savings while offering […]

Study and Internships Abroad Are the Focus of President’s Student Showcase

Posted March 17, 2011

Looking for a way to step onto the global stage? Bryn Mawr offers myriad opportunities to experience other cultures, including study abroad and international internships. To see how a few Bryn Mawr students have fared in recent study and internship placements abroad, come to a student showcase hosted by President Jane McAuliffe, a passionate advocate […]

Submission Deadline is March 21 for Community Open-House Art Exhibition

Posted March 17, 2011

From the Office of Intercultural Affairs and the Community Diversity Assistants: This March, as part of a series of events celebrating Women’s History Month, the Office of Intercultural Affairs and the Community Diversity Assistants are hosting an open house art exhibit of photographs and artworks created by the community portraying the image of women loving and […]

Bi-College Food Week Urges Thoughtful Consumption

Posted March 17, 2011

At Bryn Mawr and Haverford, the week of March 21-25 will offer a series of events focused on issues of local food, food sustainability, food justice and access, vegetarianism and veganism, farming, and culinary careers. Lectures, panel discussions, and a film screening are all on offer.  The schedule: Monday, March 21,  8 p.m., in Haverford’s […]

Nominations Open for Hayley Thomas Diversity Prize

Posted March 17, 2011

From Director of Intercultural Affairs Christopher MacDonald-Dennis: Dear Members of the Bryn Mawr College Community, The Office of Intercultural Affairs is now accepting nominations for the Thomas Prize in Diversity. With this prize, the College community honors those students who personify the characteristics that Dean Thomas exemplified: life-long learning around diversity, demonstrated commitment to and […]

GSAS Offices Move to Aelwyd Due To Thomas Hall Renovations

Posted March 17, 2011

The Graduate Dean and GSAS offices have been temporarily moved to rooms 102, 103, and 104 of Aelwyd (middle building on Cambrian Row) due to the Thomas Hall Renovations. GSAS phone numbers remain the same. Campus mail can be sent to GSAS, Cambrian Row. The offices will have an open house from 3:30-5 p.m. on […]

BMC Connect: Social Media for the Bryn Mawr Community

Posted March 3, 2011

Wondering how to find Bryn Mawr and your fellow Bryn Mawr devotees in the world of online networking? A new page on the College’s website can help. BMC Connect, the College’s gateway page for social media, offers links to online communities connected to the College through Facebook Twitter Linkedin Athena’s Web, the secure network sponsored […]

SGA Elects New Officers, Passes Five Plenary Resolutions

Posted March 3, 2011

For the complete minutes of Spring Plenary, visit the SGA website. February was an eventful month for Bryn Mawr’s undergraduate Self Government Association. The association elected new officers, and on Feb. 20, 439 students, or one-third of the student body, met at Spring Plenary and passed five out of five proposed resolutions. The first resolution […]

Renovations of Thomas Hall Set to Begin

Posted March 3, 2011

Thomas Hall will undergo major exterior renovations beginning next week, resulting in the closure of the Cloisters and large sections of the iconic building being enveloped in scaffolding. The project—which is mostly masonry, roof and structural repair—begins during Spring Break and is expected to last until at least December of 2011. The Cloisters will be […]

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