Mairin O’Connor ’13 won a prestigious nation-wide college essay contest organized by the AATI (American Association of Teachers of Italian) among undergraduate students of Italian in North America. O’Connor’s comparative essay “The Role of the Failed Detective in Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s The Pledge and Leonardo Sciascia’s To Each His Own,” written for the course “Italian popular […]
Inside Bryn Mawr
Archive for September, 2012
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences will host a reception in honor of former Assistant to the Dean of GSAS Teri Lobo on Oct. 2 from 2-4 p.m. at the Thomas Hall cloister. Lobo has accepted a new position at Ursinus College.
The following email was sent by Research Support and Educational Technology Associate Helen Chang to faculty and staff on Monday, Sept. 24: Dear Colleagues, Now that Moodle is fully integrated into Bryn Mawr’s courses and organizations, we are offering 5 workshop sessions over the next few weeks to answer any questions you may have regarding […]
The Bryn Mawr community is invited to attend a reception in honor of Chief Enrollment and Communications Officer Jenny Rickard on Monday, Sept. 24, from 3-5 p.m. in the Sunken Garden. Rickard has accepted a position at the University of Puget Sound as Vice President for Enrollment and will be leaving Bryn Mawr at the […]
The Civic Engagement office will be hosting The Bryn Mawr College American Red Cross Blood Drive in Thomas Great Hall on Sept.25, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Interested donors should sign up online, or call 1-800-RedCross.
Chief Enrollment and Communications Officer Jenny Rickard and Senior Adviser of International Initiatives Susan Sutton ’69 have published an article in IIE Networker about international enrollment strategies. The article, titled “Developing International Enrollment Strategies in an Increasingly Dynamic Global Environment,” explains how Bryn Mawr College has managed an increased number of international students over the […]
The College will be celebrating Andrew Patterson, former reference librarian, and his many years of dedication to Bryn Mawr on Friday, Sept. 28, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Quita Woodward Memorial Reading Room. After decades of service as a librarian at Bryn Mawr College, Patterson retired on September 7. He began working for the library […]
The Tri-Co Digital Humanities was featured on Technically Philly for its initiative to rethink how technology and digital media can be part of a liberal arts education. The article explains that nine students from Tri-Co schools are conducting research over a period of four years to produce results and report recommendations for how the schools’ […]
The following email was sent by Marge Pyle on behalf of President Jane McAuliffe to faculty, students, and staff on Monday, September 17: Dear Members of the Bryn Mawr community, In January 2013, Elliott Shore, Chief Information Officer and the Constance Adelaide Jones Director of Libraries and Professor of History, will begin a five-year, full-time position […]
The Staff Association will be hosting a Holiday Fair on Wednesday, Nov. 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Thomas Great Hall. The event includes staff and student craftspeople, as well as outside vendors. Half tables are available and there is no charge for a table for the Bryn Mawr College community. If you […]