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Eugenia Chase Guild Hall
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101 N. Merion Ave.
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Phone: (610)526-5375
Fax: (610)526-7560

deansoffice@brynmawr.edu

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Sophomore Conversations - Spring 2016

FEBRUARY


Major in English for Love and Money - Alumnae Panel

Thursday, February 4 | 7:00 - 8:30 PM | English House Lecture Hall
Register: https://brynmawr.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b9g9NTP0WP2tUln

Are you thinking about choosing English as a major or minor?  Are you an English major and want to learn more about how this major enhances your ability to be successful in a variety of career fields? 

We invite you to join us for a panel event featuring four Alumnae from Film, Finance, Law, and Technology.  Learn what they have to say about the value and versatility of their Bryn Mawr College English degrees.   Food and beverages will be served.

Participating Alumnae: Stephanie Apt, '81, Jen Bonczar, '11, and Patricia Hamill, '81, and Denise Hurley, '82

Contact: cpd@brynmawr.edu

 

Help!  I don't know what to major in!
Friday, February 5 | 2:00 - 3:30 PM | Dalton 119
It may seem like everybody but you knows what to major in.  But don't worry: you're actually not alone, you've still got time, and you are going to make a good decision.  Come to this session with questions, concerns, hopes, and worries.  You'll get some answers and some advice, and you'll leave with a plan for deciding and declaring a major by April.

Contact:  Michelle Mancini

 

Find and Fund Your Summer Internship
Tuesday, February 9 | 4:30 - 5:30 PM | DVR (New Dorm Dining Hall)
Learn how to prepare for internship applications and set yourself apart from the competition. If you are considering an unpaid internship, learn about funding opportunities at Bryn Mawr to fund your summer. Current seniors will share their strategies from past internships. To learn how to use the various online resources to search and find internships, B.Y.O.L - Bring your own laptops!

Contact:  Jennifer Prudencio, CPD

 

MARCH

Talk, Think, Write:  Sophomore Reflection Workshop
Tuesday, March 1 | 4:00 - 5:00 PM | Dalton 25
In your Sophomore Reflection, you will share some of the highlights of what you’ve learned about yourself and your interests thus far and articulate goals for your major, for your undergraduate studies in general, and for co-curricular and career exploration. Come to any one of these sessions to actually get started writing your reflection.  We'll talk about the purpose of the Sophomore Reflection and about the kinds of things that are helpful to include.  Then you'll actually get started on the process: brainstorming with a partner, freewriting, and actually drafting your reflection. You'll leave the session well on your way to being ready to upload your reflection in BiONiC!

Contact:  Isabelle Barker, Dean’s Office

 

Talk, Think, Write:  Sophomore Reflection Workshop
Wednesday, March 16 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM | Dalton 25
In your Sophomore Reflection, you will share some of the highlights of what you’ve learned about yourself and your interests thus far and articulate goals for your major, for your undergraduate studies in general, and for co-curricular and career exploration. Come to any one of these sessions to actually get started writing your reflection.  We'll talk about the purpose of the Sophomore Reflection and about the kinds of things that are helpful to include.  Then you'll actually get started on the process: brainstorming with a partner, freewriting, and actually drafting your reflection. You'll leave the session well on your way to being ready to upload your reflection in BiONiC!

Contact: TBD

 

I'm approved to study abroad!  Now what?
Friday, March 18 | 2:00 - 3:30 PM | Dalton 300

Learn about the nuts and bolts of preparing your external study abroad program and visa applications.  Topics to be covered include:

-Submitting your external application

-Selecting your courses and confirming registration

-Housing application

-Visa application

Former study abroad students will share tips and strategies on how to manage these processes and more! Students who've attended a Study Abroad Information Session for Sophomores will get the most out of this session.

Contact:  Theresa Cann, Dean’s Office

 

Internship Funding Application Session
Wednesday, March 23 | 4:30 - 5:30 PM | Campus Center 200
Contact:  Jennifer Prudencio, CPD

 

Talk, Think, Write:  Sophomore Reflection Workshop
Friday, March 25 | 2:00 - 3:00 PM | Dalton 25
In your Sophomore Reflection, you will share some of the highlights of what you’ve learned about yourself and your interests thus far and articulate goals for your major, for your undergraduate studies in general, and for co-curricular and career exploration. Come to any one of these sessions to actually get started writing your reflection.  We'll talk about the purpose of the Sophomore Reflection and about the kinds of things that are helpful to include.  Then you'll actually get started on the process: brainstorming with a partner, freewriting, and actually drafting your reflection. You'll leave the session well on your way to being ready to upload your reflection in BiONiC!

Contact:  Michelle Mancini, Dean’s Office

 

APRIL

 

*** Sophomore Celebration Dessert ***
Tuesday, April 5 | 7-8 pm | Thomas Great Hall
Mark the declaration of your major and the completion of your Sophomore Plan with the rest of your class! 

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