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Archive for December, 2012

Bryn Mawr Owls Flip-Flops Sold to Support Tennis

Posted December 13, 2012

Bryn Mawr Owls flip-flops are being sold for $10 a pair to support the Bryn Mawr tennis team. If interested, contact Head Tennis Couch Jill Breslin at jbreslin01@brynmawr.edu.

Share Your Bryn Mawr Memories

Posted December 13, 2012

Bryn Mawr College is accepting photo submissions from current students, staff, faculty, and alumnae/i. Photos will be used to represent student, faculty, and staff perceptions of the College on websites, social media, and other official Bryn Mawr College publications. Please send your high-res photos to communications@brynmawr.edu with the subject line “BMC memories.” All photos should […]

Empowering Learners Partnerships Collecting Applications for Spring

Posted December 13, 2012

The following email was sent by Staff Education Coordinator Jessica Hollinger Vinson to faculty and staff on Tuesday, Dec. 11: Do you want to: build a relationship with a student outside of the classroom? teach a skill, talent or interest? learn a new skill, talent or interest? If you answered yes to these questions, apply for […]

Community Invited to Update Tree Tour with QR Codes

Posted December 13, 2012

Last academic year students helped create the new Campus Tree Tour. This year, they’re making the tour even more eco-friendly by installing QR codes onto trees. The codes can be scanned by smart phones so that the information appears right on the device’s screen. The entire Bryn Mawr Community is invited to join Bryn Mawr’s […]

Bookstore Offering Faculty and Staff Discount on Dec. 18

Posted December 13, 2012

The bookstore will be holding “Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day” on Tuesday, Dec. 18. All merchandise (except textbooks and gift cards) is 25 percent off for faculty and staff with a Bryn Mawr ID. Please be sure to tell the cashier that you are faculty/staff when checking out.

Timesheet Submission for Last Payroll of 2012

Posted December 13, 2012

The following email was sent by Payroll Coordinator Lee Brown to staff on Friday, Dec. 7: Hello Fellow Staff Members, It is hard to believe but we are preparing to process the last payroll of 2012.  The payroll dates are from 12/7/12 through 12/20/12.  The pay date for that payroll will direct deposit on12/28/12. Your time sheet for […]

Benefit Deadlines

Posted December 13, 2012

The following email was sent by Assistant Director of Human Resources Martin Mastascusa to faculty and staff on Monday, Dec. 10: There are several benefit submission and processing deadlines that will occur before the end of the semester: Dependent Tuition Payments In order to ensure that payment occurs in December, spring tuition bills must be […]

New Expense and Reimbursement Policy Effective Immediately

Posted December 13, 2012

The following email was sent by Assistant Controller Annemarie Thompson to faculty and staff on Monday, Dec. 10: Dear Colleagues, In order to have one comprehensive document the College has combined several expense policies into one policy.  Effective immediately, the new policy is called the Expense and Reimbursement Policy and it replaces as well as updates several other […]

Student-Housing Options Committee Formed

Posted December 6, 2012

President Jane McAuliffe has formed a committee to examine student housing options, particularly Perry House and the Black Cultural Center. She has asked undergraduate Dean Michele Rasmussen and Chief Administrative Officer Jerry Berenson to co-convene the committee. Faculty representatives to the committee were elected at yesterday’s December meeting of the faculty and student representatives were […]

Open Call For Students Who Love Patti Smith

Posted December 6, 2012

College Communications is looking for three more students to participate in a video celebrating Hepburn Medalist Patti Smith and Bryn Mawr College. Interested students must be available between 4-5 p.m. in Goodhart on Friday, Dec. 7 and be prepared to wait for a time slot. Each person should take approximately 20 minutes to shoot. Students […]

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