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Archive for October, 2010

Reception Honors GSSWSR’s Dubin, Kirby, Martin

Posted October 28, 2010

On Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 4:30 p.m., Dean Darlyne Bailey of the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research will host a gathering in Wyndham to honor three long-serving members of the Bryn Mawr community who are entering various degrees of retirement. Marcia Martin, Ph.D ’82, Nancy Kirby, M.S.S. ’65, and Paula Dubin have […]

Send Us Your Photos of Rallying to Restore Sanity, Getting Your Lantern, Mural Painting, Halloween

Posted October 28, 2010

What are you doing this weekend? If you are going to the Jon Stewart Rally in Washington, D.C., pitching in at Community Paint Day for the 125th Anniversary Mural or  taking part in Lantern Night or any of the Halloween events over the weekend, the Communications Office would like your pictures for possible publication on […]

Health Insurance Info from Human Resources

Posted October 21, 2010
Printing a Temporary ID

Independence Blue Cross has advised Human Resources that new medical insurance identification cards have been printed reflecting Nov. 1, 2010 plan changes. The new cards should arrive no later than early November. Any employee with Independence Blue Cross health insurance who has a doctor’s appointment in November and has not received a new card by […]

GSSWSR, CEO Contribute to Norristown Mural

Posted October 21, 2010

Bryn Mawr students, faculty, and staff will gather in Norristown this Saturday, Oct. 23, for Community Mural Day, a new event sponsored by the Graduate School of Social Work and Research, the Civic Engagement Office, and the Artists Cooperative for Personal and Professional Advancement Community Arts Center. How to Register The CEO van will leave […]

President McAuliffe Honored by Women’s eNews

Posted October 21, 2010

Bryn Mawr President Jane McAuliffe was honored at the Women’s eNews Philadelphia Leadership Awards on Wednesday, Oct. 20. The event was held at Thomas Great Hall. A full list of honorees and more information can be found at

Reception for Delaware Valley International Students at Penn Museum

Posted October 14, 2010

International college and university students from throughout the Delaware Valley are invited to attend an evening of networking and fun at the University of Pennsylvania’s Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. The museum’s International Classroom program is hosting a reception for international students from 5-7 p.m. in the Chinese Rotunda. The museum is located at 33rd […]

BMC In the Media: New York Times, Main Line Today, KYW Radio

Posted October 14, 2010

Associate Professor of Political Science Marissa Golden, who teaches a course on women, work and family, is among those to respond to a New York Times column calling for expanded weekend and evening hours by doctors and other health care providers. Bryn Mawr President Jane McAuliffe is among the women profiled in Main Line Today’s […]

Bryn Mawr President Named to ACE Panel on Global Engagement

Posted October 14, 2010

Bryn Mawr College President Jane McAuliffe has been named to the American Council on Education’s Blue Ribbon Panel on Global Engagement. McAuliffe joins 18 other prominent education and international affairs leaders on the panel, which is being chaired by New York University President John Sexton. The panel also includes Northeastern University President Joseph E. Anoun; […]

Kudos: BMC Community Joins “Denim Day” Fight Against Breast Cancer

Posted October 14, 2010

Asked for $5 contributions, members of the Bryn Mawr faculty and staff contributed $855 to breast-cancer research on National Denim Day last Friday, says Deborah Harley of Human Resources, who coordinated the effort on campus. The nationwide fundraising event invites workplaces to adopt a casual dress code for the day, encouraging employees to wear jeans […]

Book Drive to Benefit Educational Initiatives in Africa

Posted October 14, 2010

The student organization Project Educate in Africa will begin its annual book drive to benefit educational initiatives in Africa on Monday, Oct. 18, says book-drive coordinator Eris Dillon. “We’re accepting any sort of book. Cookbooks, workbooks, textbooks, study guides, any sort of novel (even Twilight!), travel guides, reference books, ad infinitum,” Dillon says. Books will […]

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