Graduate Student Appreciation Week Held April 8-12

Posted April 3rd, 2013 at 12:45 pm.

April 8-12 is Graduate Student Appreciation Week at Bryn Mawr. See below for a list of events happening throughout the week.

Monday, April 8

Panel on Bryn Mawr Graduate Studies in the Community
4:30-6:30 p.m.
Dalton 300
Open to undergraduate and graduate students
Refreshments served

Confirmed Panelists:

- Julia Kent (Director of Global Communications and Best Practices at Council of Graduate Schools)

- Susan Sutton (Senior Advisor for International Initiatives)

- Nell Anderson (Co-Director of the Civic Engagement Office, Director of Praxis and Community Partnership Programs)

- Cindy Sousa (Assistant Professor of Social Work and Social Research)

- Moderator:  Mary Osirim (Dean of Graduate Studies and Professor of Sociology)

Tuesday, April 9

Keynote Speaker: Neal Abraham
5:30 p.m.
Carpenter B21 and Atrium, Carpenter Library
Open to the undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, alumnae/i
Refreshments served

Title: Pathways from Graduate Study at Bryn Mawr

Summary: Bryn Mawr's graduate programs opened many doors to career options for me, for fellow graduate students of my era, and to graduate students I taught from 1980 to 1998. I will review and reflect on domestic and international opportunities and how they remain open for graduates of the current era.  Perspectives gained from faculty hiring and faculty development work at nine domestic colleges and universities and a dozen international universities will be shared as part of an optimistic discussion of the future of higher education and how best to prepare to contribute to that future.

Wednesday, April 10
Alumnae/i Networking “Meet & Greet”
6 - 8 p.m.
Ely Room, Wyndham Alumnae House
Open to graduate Students of GSAS and GSSWSR and Alumnae/i
Refreshments served

Meet and network with Alumnae/i of GSAS and GSSWSR and the presentation of gifts to graduating graduate students

Thursday, April 11
Graduate Student Research Symposium
5-7 p.m.
Thomas Great Hall
Open to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, alumnae/i
Refreshments served

Presentation of Graduate Faculty Mentor Awards
Short Talk by Professor Sandy Schram, GSSWSR

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