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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

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 […]

History of Art’s Lisa Saltzman Lectures on Anselm Kiefer at Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Posted September 25, 2014

History of Art Chair Lisa Saltzman gave a lecture titled “A Retrospective Perspective: Anselm Kiefer as Artist, Curator, and Historian” at a special exhibition at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, N.Y., on Sept. 18. The lecture discussed how issues of history, memory, and identity have driven Kiefer’s work since its inception. Saltzman is Professor of […]

Professor Emeritus Frank Mallory Named ACS Fellow

Posted August 19, 2014

W. Alton Jones Emeritus Professor of Chemistry Frank Mallory has been named a fellow by the American Chemical Society (ACS). A faculty member at Bryn Mawr since 1957, Mallory is best know for the “Mallory reaction,” which he discovered serendipitously as a graduate student at the California Institute of Technology in 1955. The Mallory reaction became […]

Math Professor Victor Donnay Advises New SENCER Group, Takes Part in Teacher Workshop, and Does Radio Interview

Posted June 24, 2014

Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) has appointed Bryn Mawr Professor of Mathematics Victor Donnay to be an adviser for a new initiative called “Engaging Mathematics: Building a National Community of Practice.” Engaging Mathematics will be organized by faculty colleagues who have successfully incorporated the SENCER ideals and other progressive pedagogies into […]

History of Art Co-Hosts Regional Symposium at Philadelphia Museum of Art

Posted March 27, 2014

On March 21 and 22, the Bryn Mawr College Department of History of Art co-hosted the 19th Annual Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. With an introduction by Professor and Chair of History of Art Lisa Saltzman and a keynote lecture by Amherst College Professor of History of […]

Russian Language Institute Named “Best Russian Program” by Nerdscholar

Posted February 27, 2014

Bryn Mawr’s Russian Language Institute was named “Best Russian Program” on Nerdscholar’s list of favorite summer language programs. Nerdscholar, an online resource helping students make informed college decisions, highlighted six college/university summer language programs with categories such as “Best Faculty Ratio,” “Most Immersive,” and “Best Program for Language Teachers.” From the post: Bryn Mawr upholds […]

Professor of Classics Catherine Conybeare Named Visiting Scholar at University of Toronto

Posted January 16, 2014

Professor of Classics Catherine Conybeare has been named the John Bennett Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the University of Toronto for the fall 2014 semester. The position is held jointly at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies and the Centre for Medieval Studies. This is the fifth year of the Distinguished Visiting Scholars program; previous holders […]

Director of Dance Linda Caruso-Haviland Examines “Restaging” for Pew Center for Arts & Heritage

Posted January 7, 2014

An excerpt of an essay by Director of Dance Linda Caruso-Haviland titled “Repetition Island: Some Thoughts on Restaging, Reconstruction, Reenactment, Re-performance, Re-presentation, and Reconstruction in Dance” has been posted to the website of the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Commissioned as part of the Center’s research on the topic of “restaging,” a PDF of […]

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