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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 […]

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 […]

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.

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 […]

BMC Highlighted in FoodService Director

Posted September 18, 2014

The trade media outlet FoodService Director included Bryn Mawr in a recent piece on the rise of juice bars.

Dining Services Highlighted by Trade Publication

Posted September 11, 2014

Dining Services at Bryn Mawr College was recently featured in an article on Food Management website about understanding what students want in their dining halls. The article highlights Bryn Mawr for their monthly authentic ethnic meals and milkshake and yogurt parfait stations.

SEADS Project Featured in Campus Technology Magazine

Posted July 16, 2014

The successful project to more fully integrate many of the Bi-Co’s administrative systems known as SEADS (Seamless Administrative Services) is featured in the latest issue of Csmpus Technology magazine. Titled “Better Together: Small Schools Find Common Ground for IT Projects,” the article includes quotes from Spencer Golden, interim co-CIO at Haverford and Bryn Mawr CIO […]

Grant to Develop Digital Collection of the College’s Past Highlighted on Technically Philly

Posted June 25, 2014

The website Technically Philly recently highlighted the $39,650 grant  from the National Endowment of the Humanities Bryn Mawr has received to develop a digital portal containing letters, diaries, and scrapbooks of the first generations of its students.

Executive Chef Ted Foster Takes Bronze in Culinary Challenge

Posted May 1, 2014

BMCDS Executive Chef Ted Foster won a bronze medal in the NACUFS Midatlantic Region Culinary Challenge, an American Culinary Federation sanctioned event judged by certified master chefs. Foster made lobster with mango and green papaya for the competition. The event was held at Rutgers University, which produced the below video. Although the clip features mostly […]

Director of Transportation Steve Green Featured in Harlem Times

Posted February 12, 2014

Director of Transportation Steve Green is the subject of a profile in the Harlem Times. The article tells of Green’s life growing up in Philadelphia and how his career as a bassist began and continues to thrive. From the article: “After touring with Lou Rawls for two years he needed a break from that grind […]

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