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Rachel Yutzky wins Third Prize in PSCSW Awards Program

Posted September 22, 2015

The Pennsylvania Society of Clinical Social Work (PSCSW) is pleased to announce that Rachel Yutzy (MSS 2015) has won Third Prize in the PSCSW Awards for Clinical Excellence competition.  PSCSW gives awards annually to graduating master’s level social work students who submit a case based paper for review by a panel of judges.  Ms.Yutzy’s outstanding […]

Collection of Short Stories by Communications’ Robin Parks Reviewed by the Kenyon Review

Posted August 27, 2015
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Egg Heaven, a collection of nine short stories by Associate Director of Publications Robin Parks, recently received a glowing review by the Kenyon Review. The stories in Egg Heaven are set in and around diners in Southern California, where Parks grew up and worked as a waitress throughout her 20s, and feature as characters waitresses and their […]

Extreme Keys Spring Break Tour

Posted March 20, 2015
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During Spring break, the Extreme Keys, a Bryn Mawr a cappella group, headed down to Virginia Beach for several performances. On the way there, the Keys stopped to sing at Johns Hopkins University, an alumnae event in Pikesville, MD, and an alumnae event in Washington, D.C., where they sang with past Extreme Keys members. Once […]

Facilities’ Mark Watson, Tom Millward, Graduate from Facilities Institute

Posted February 19, 2015
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HVAC Foreman Mark Watson and Head Electrician Tom Millward graduated from APPA’s Institute for Facilities Management last month. This is a four-track program that covers a wide range of topics in four core areas: general administration and management; maintenance and operations; energy and utilities; planning, design, and construction. Between them, Watson and Millward have more than 50 […]

Extreme Keys Take Fourth Place in Mid-Atlantic International Championship

Posted February 12, 2015
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Extreme Keys, one of the several a cappella groups on campus, recently took fourth place at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella competition held at Drexel University. The Keys were competing against nine other groups in their class. Extreme Keys was founded in 1981 as the “Suburban Squares” and is the oldest all-female a cappella group […]

Technology Coordinator Jennifer Spohrer Pens Blog Post on Blended Learning

Posted February 5, 2015

Coordinator of Academic Technology Initiatives Jennifer Spohrer recently wrote a blog post for the Next Generation Learning Blog on blended learning. In the post, she provides suggestions from faculty who shared their experiences at Bryn Mawrs’ annual Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference.

GSSWSR’s Cynthia Bisman Publishes Book on Social Work Practices

Posted November 6, 2014

Professor of Social Work and Co-director of International Studies Cynthia Bisman has published Social Work: Value-Guided Practice for a Global Society with Columbia University Press. The book explores theories and ethical practices pertinent to social work’s mission of promoting social justice and enhancing human well-being in a global society wherein circumscribed national boundaries no longer […]

History of Art Chair Lisa Saltzman Gives Keynote at UCLA Symposium

Posted November 6, 2014

On Saturday, October 25, History of Art Professor Lisa Saltzman delivered the keynote at the 49th Annual UCLA Art History Graduate Student Association Symposium, which was held at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. The topic of the symposium was “(Re) Mediation.” The symposium provided a forum for emerging scholars to explore the notion of (re)mediation […]

Director of PostBac’s Health Professions Advising Jodi Domsky Awarded for Outstanding Service

Posted October 16, 2014
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Associate Dean and Director of Bryn Mawr’s Postbaccalaureate Health Professions Advising Program Jodi Domsky was awarded the Buck Hill ’68 Award by the Northeast Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NEAAHP) in June of this year. She was chosen for her outstanding service to NEAAHP, demonstrating several key qualities that have earned the respect of her […]

Collection of Short Stories by Communications’ Robin Parks Published

Posted October 2, 2014
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Egg Heaven, a collection of nine short stories by Associate Director of Communications Robin Parks, has just been published by Shade Mountain Press. The stories in Egg Heaven are set in and around diners in Southern California, where Parks grew up and worked as a waitress throughout her 20s, and feature as characters waitresses and […]

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