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Archive for January, 2013

Change in Bookstore Manager

Posted January 23, 2013

The following email was sent to faculty, students, and staff by Chief Administrative Officer Jerry Berenson on Wednesday, January 16: Dear Faculty, Staff and Students, Debbie Cascarino retired as the Bookstore Manager after working at the College for more than thirty years.  The last two years, Debbie worked for Follett, the company that now manages our […]

Professor Gary McDonogh Lectures at Universities in Barcelona

Posted January 17, 2013

This November, while on leave from teaching, Growth and Structure of Cities Professor Gary McDonogh gave the inaugural lecture at a University of Barcelona conference titled Global Chinatowns: Social Movements, Urban Conflict and the Renegotiation of Space.  In addition to participating in the conference, McDonogh chaired a dissertation tribunal at the university. McDonogh’s activities in […]

Jordan Schwartz ’15 Speaks at TEDx Conference

Posted January 17, 2013

Jordan Schwartz ’15 spoke at TEDxYouth@TheBeltline, an independently organized TED event, in November 2012. She was chosen as a speaker for her work with the Children’s Bilingual Theater, a small student-run nonprofit based in the metro-Atlanta area, which she founded in 2004. During her talk, Schwartz shared her lifelong love of the theater and spoke about the […]

Curator Brian Wallace Interviewed on Arts Podcast

Posted January 17, 2013

Brian Wallace, curator and head of collections at Bryn Mawr College, recently was interviewed by theartblog.org, an online news and educational portal about the Philadelphia art scene. In the podcast interview, Wallace discusses his work at the College, including the process of organizing his first exhibit at Bryn Mawr—Docu-Commencement—in which four commissioned artists created works […]

Red Cross On-Campus Blood Drive Tuesday, Jan. 29

Posted January 16, 2013

The Civic Engagement office will be hosting The Bryn Mawr College American Red Cross Blood Drive in Thomas Great Hall on Tuesday, January 29 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. In addition to the Red Cross, Bryn Mawr has formed a new partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts. Each donor will receive a coupon for a free […]

Social Work’s Sandy Schram Speaks at Hebrew and Haifa University

Posted January 16, 2013

Update 2/5/13: Video added of Schram’s lecture in Israel. Professor of Social Work Sandy Schram traveled to Jerusalem in December to speak at the School of Social Work at both Hebrew University and Haifa University. He spoke about his work on change research.

Laura Silla ’14 Wins Italian Writing Contest

Posted January 16, 2013

Laura Silla ’14 was awarded a paid trip to Italy for winning a writing contest through Syracuse University in Florence. This 10-week writing contest was to be written in Italian and document a student’s experience and what they learned while spending a semester abroad. Silla received a trip for two to a city of her […]

Bryn Mawr President Speaks to Ambassadors from Across the Globe at Finnish Embassy Event

Posted January 8, 2013

Bryn Mawr President Jane McAuliffe was among the speakers at a recent Washington D.C. event co-hosted by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Embassy of Finland. Ambassadors from across the globe gathered at the Finnish embassy to learn about The Global Women’s Leadership Initiative’s “50 by 50,”campaign, which hopes to see the […]

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