Highlights from the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin Summer 2003 issue

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Design by Julie Beckman '95 and partner chosen for Pentagon 9/11 memorial.

BODY + MIND @ BRYN MAWR By Amy Campbell
Athletics, physical education and wellness for the College community.

GETTING 'NEXT' By Lynn Litterine '96
Julie DeMeo Tacinelli '92 on career strategies for professional sports jobs.

RUN, DON'T WALK By Jan T. Trembley '75
Venture capitalist Karen Kerr '89 works out problems while she runs.

MILESTONES By Marjorie McHenry Bride '61
Life's marathon at 60 or over.

SWAY OVER FEAR By Amanda Buster '97
Kendo, a form of Japanese sword-fighting, develops the whole person.

Computational Models in the Sciences with Theodore Wong, Assistant Professor of Biology. Cross-listed with biology, geology and computer science, Computational Models teaches students the self-education tasks that occupy the bulk of most scientific modelers' time, and uses the Internet in novel ways.

BMC seal College News
Responses to war with Iraq
$1.5 million grant to fund independent undergraduate research in the humanities
Dean Jennifer Rickard on the admissions scene
Provost Ralph Kuncl on faculty
Faculty Notebook
Convocation 2003 speaker: Trustee and research chemist David Oxtoby
Bryn Mawr's creative writing program
Faculty obituary: Herbert Aptheker
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