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Bryn Mawr Named a “Tree Campus USA” for Fourth Year

Posted April 23, 2015

The Arbor Day Foundation has recognized  Bryn Mawr as a Tree Campus USA for the forth year in a row. Tree Campus USA, a national program launched in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation and Toyota, honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit […]

Message to the Community Regarding OWLS Fitness Program

Posted February 3, 2015

Dear Faculty, Staff, and Students, I expect most of you have seen some sort of media coverage of the OWLS Fitness Program, most recently a segment on CBS This Morning. Since the fall of 2013, members of the Health Center, Dining Services and the Athletic Department staff have been offering this program for students with […]

A Message from the Health Center

Posted January 30, 2015

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, There has been a good deal of discussion recently in reaction to articles that appeared in the Swarthmore Phoenix and on the website BuzzFeed in connection with a college health and wellness program. A multidisciplinary group of professionals from the Health Center, Dining Services and the Athletic Department designed and […]

MSS Students visit DC

Posted June 9, 2014
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Washington, DC 2014 Policy Trip On March 27th and 28th, fifteen students of the   Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, from the Clinical, Community Practice and MLSP programs visit with a range of agencies in Washington, D.C. to discuss how they might use their social work skills to influence policy decisions that affect vulnerable populations. […]

Dark Blue Repeats in the Second Annual Class Color Challenge

Posted May 8, 2014

For the second year running, the Dark Blues took home the win in Bryn Mawr’s Class Color Competition. Red gave last year’s victors a run for their money in the last day, surging ahead to take the lead into the evening of May Day. But Dark Blue couldn’t be stopped and came back to win […]

Drop Us a Line!

Posted May 16, 2013

Do you have an exciting internship, fellowship, or research opportunity lined up? Are you traveling abroad? Road tripping across the U.S.? Spending quality time with family and friends? Let us know! Send Bryn Mawr College a “postcard” of your summer adventure (or staycation) by filling out a few quick questions and sending a picture via […]

Chemistry Major Terry Huh ’14 Receives Research Fellowship

Posted May 9, 2013

Chemistry Major Terry Huh ’14 has received a $5,000 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship from the American Chemistry Society Division of Organic Chemistry. Huh is researching a new and efficient synthetic strategy that can, in the long run, be useful in building complex, biologically active molecules. The Division of Organic Chemistry annually awards summer undergraduate research […]

Tri-Co Digital Humanities Students Land “Summer of Maps” Internships

Posted April 25, 2013

Lena Ferguson ’13 and Julia Reeves ’13 (HC), both Growth and Structure of Cities majors, will spend a “Summer of Maps” interning with Azavea, a Philadelphia-based company specializing in geographic web and mobile software development and geospatial analysis services. Students in the Summer of Maps program partner with non-profit organizations in need of geospatial data […]

Save the Date: CEO Pop-Up Café on March 29

Posted March 21, 2013

The following email was sent by Nell Anderson, co-director of the Civic Engagement Office and director of praxis and community partnership programs, on Tuesday, March 19. Dear Bryn Mawr Community, Spring has arrived!   Take advantage of the beautiful weather and come to the Civic Engagement Office Pop-Up Café on Friday, March 29th, from 2:30-4:00 pm.  The CEO is located on […]

Students Join President McAuliffe for “Global Conversations”

Posted March 11, 2013

This spring, Bryn Mawr President Jane McAuliffe will lead a non-credit seminar, entitled “Learning for Leadership: A Global Conversation.” This year’s President’s Seminar continues a series of IT-facilitated, internationally-linked conversations begun last year that explore higher education for women as an engine for social change and progressive leadership. President McAuliffe and a small group of […]

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