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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 […]

Extreme Keys Spring Break Tour

Posted March 20, 2015

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 […]

Extreme Keys Take Fourth Place in Mid-Atlantic International Championship

Posted February 12, 2015

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 […]

Fransheska Clara ’17 Highlighted in UPenn Vet School Newsletter

Posted September 18, 2014

In their latest research newsletter, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine highlights many of the students who worked there over the summer, including Fransheska Clara ’17. Clara worked in the laboratory of Dr. Robert Greenberg, where she did research on the “identification of ion channel drug targets in schistosomes, parasitic worms that cause […]

Manahil Siddiqi ’15 Pens Article on Women’s Health, Delegation to Nicaragua

Posted April 17, 2014

Manahil Siddiqi ’15 recently wrote an article on women’s health and her experience on a delegation to Nicaragua that appeared in the nonprofit organization ProNica’s newsletter. From the article, “The women I met in Nicaragua are a foundational part of a global women’s movement to address injustice and elevate the quality of life for women. […]

Re:Humanities Symposium Featured by Technically Philly Website

Posted April 10, 2014

An article recapping the Re:Humanities symposium, written by Hema Surendranathan ’14 and Caleb Eckert (Haverford ’16), was featured on the homepage of Technically Philly. The symposium, which is the only digital humanities conference in the country organized by undergraduate students, is programed by students from Bryn Mawr, Swarthmore, and Haverford Colleges and is a forum […]

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 […]

The Extreme Keys Perform on International Tour

Posted March 12, 2014

During Spring Break, The Extreme Keys, a Bryn Mawr a cappella group, traveled for their first international tour. This was the first time a Bryn Mawr a cappella group has toured outside of the U.S. The group performed with different a cappella groups in New York City, Buffalo, N.Y., Canada, and Scranton, Pa. This tour […]

Students to Present at Chemistry Conference in Texas

Posted March 12, 2014

One graduate and six undergraduate students will be presenting at the 247th American Chemical Society’s National Exposition held in Dallas, TX later this month. Janielle Vidal ’14, Summer Baker Dockrey ’15, and Alicia Makepeace ’14 will be joined by their lab instructor, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Jason Schmink. Summer and Alicia will report on a […]

The Children’s Bilingual Theater Selected for Creating Community Award

Posted February 27, 2014

The Children’s Bilingual Theater, founded by Jordan Schwartz ’15, was selected by the Cobb County Commission and the Cobb Community Relations Council for a Creating Community Award. The purpose of these awards is to recognize an individual, team or organization that has done something unique in making a positive contribution to the inclusion of any […]

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