Spring 2002 cover

Highlights from the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin Spring 2002 issue

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RESHAPING THE GAME By Jan T. Trembley '75
Bryn Mawr and its Center for Science and Society brought together leaders in education, industry and government, many of them alumnae, to address the advancement of girls and women in science, engineering and technology fields at a national symposium held October 26-27: Women and Science: Opportunity in a Changing Landscape.

ON COURSE
"The Historical Imagination": four different faces of History 101. This new feature will bring you reading lists for one or more Bryn Mawr courses in each issue along with a taste of some of the ideas explored.

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Diversity Week Culture Show.
Graduate science students present their research in a newly launched symposium.
Graduate students in history of art, archaeology and classics from around the world discuss changing views of professionalism at the third biennial Graduate Student Symposium.
Susanna Thomas '02 on street theater activism.
Art appreciation at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
April 5-6. Hindi film music.
"Fordism" and television advertising.
Energy efficiency.
Hannah Kaufmann Moses '46, A.B. '45 honored by Alumnae Association.

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