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Bryn Mawr College Receives $1.65 Million “First in the World” Grant to Improve Student Math Skills and Increase Number of Students Earning STEM Degrees

Posted 30 September 2014 | 3:46 pm

To drive innovations in higher education that increase college completion, value and affordability, the Education Department today awarded $75 million to 24 colleges and universities under the new “First in the World” (FITW) grant program. Bryn Mawr has received a $1.65 million grant as part of the program that will fund research on improving student [...]

Board members

Posted 30 September 2014 | 8:30 am

Email us at bostonclub@alumnae.brynmawr.edu Bryn Mawr Club of Boston:  2014 – 2015 Officers President Martha Levinson ’74 Vice President TBD Secretary Katie Shetterly ’10 Treasurer Jane Lifton ’76 Nominations Margaret Hoag ’86 Traditions Brenda Breed ‘87 Young Alums Sara Marlow ’11 Hannah Schofield ’09 Admissions Sunshine Greene ’92 Newsletter & Webmistress Gwen Miner ’92 Career [...]

Visit the birthplace of two U.S. Presidents!

Posted 30 September 2014 | 8:09 am

Bring the kids and/or a love of U.S. history and gardens.  Join us at the Adams National Historical Park in Quincy, MA on Sunday, October 19th at 10:30 A.M. Our ranger-led tour leaves the park visitor center at 11:15 AM.  The tour, which  takes about 2 ½ hours (including travel time) showcases the John Adams Birthplace, the John Quincy Adams Birthplace the Old [...]

Le MaDHoUsE Pour Le Plus Fou: A Weekend Chronicle

Posted 30 September 2014 | 12:37 am

I’ll tell you the good news first: I’m going to Cape Town, South Africa for the Nobel Laureate Summit! Best yet? Bryn Mawr is funding me. I intend to chronicle the entire trip in sight, sound, and word so you shalt experience it all with me! For the less glorious news. I had tried to, [...]

Summer Internship Spotlight: Mechella Yezernitskaya

Posted 29 September 2014 | 4:27 pm

This past summer, Mechella Yezernitskaya (History of Art) was the Thomas Walther Collection Research intern in the Photography and Conservation departments at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Above she can be seen studying a Roman Karmen photograph, entitled Moscow Illuminations Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of the Russian Revolution (1927), in the Photo [...]

PSYCH 239: Abnormal Psychology

Posted 29 September 2014 | 4:22 pm

Marc Shulz is eager to incorporate blended learning into this course to engage students in new, rewarding ways. With the addition of regular online quizzes, online video segments, and online lectures, students will employ the reading in thought-provoking ways, be exposed to practical case scenarios, and have more time in the classroom to discuss reform, [...]

Food in East Asia: Transformation and Translation

Posted 29 September 2014 | 4:22 pm

Shiamin Kwa hopes to incorporate digital learning into several classes in the East Asian Languages and Cultures department, allowing students to collaboratively design a course website that would feature mapping tools as well as spaces for online discussion. These mapping tools would help students track how indigenous food products have traveled and changed over time. [...]

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