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May 11, 2006

Erin DeMarco Named BMC Soccer Coach


Erin DeMarco, formerly the head soccer coach at the State University of New York at Oswego, was recently selected as Bryn Mawr's next head coach and will begin her work with the Owls' soccer program on Aug. 1. In her two years at SUNY-Oswego, DeMarco helped the Lakers' soccer program to become extremely competitive within the SUNYAC Athletic Conference.

 

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William Malachowski

Chemistry Professor Goes Broccoli One Better in Search for Cancer Drug

Scientists at the Lankenau Insititute for Medical Research turned to Bryn Mawr Assistant Professor of Chemistry William Malachowski to help them create a more potent version of a compound found in broccoli as a potential cancer-immunotherapy drug.

 
Tom Carroll

Grad Student Wins International Frisbee Title

Ph.D. candidate Tom Carroll is the only physicist on his Ultimate Frisbee team, the Horned Melons. The Melons recently returned from Italy with their third title in the World Beach Ultimate Cup.

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Dar Williams  

Dar Williams to Headline Hepburn Center Launch on Campus

Folk-pop singer/songwriter Dar Williams will bring her insightful lyrics and energetic vocals to Bryn Mawr College Friday, Sept. 8, in one of several events to launch the Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center.

     
Sarah Johnson  

Sarah Johnson '06 Wins Fulbright to Study Critical Theory in the United Kingdom

Sarah Johnson '06, a political-science major whose senior thesis uses the example of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to critique the structure of modern political sovereignty, has won a Fulbright Fellowship to study in England.

     
Sockol

Junior Wins Prestigious Beinecke Scholarship to Fund Graduate Study in Psychology

Laura Sockol '07, a double major in English and psychology, is one of just 20 college juniors in the nation to win a 2006 Beinecke Scholarship, with a total award of $32,000 to fund graduate study.

   

 

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Bryn Mawr Seniors Awarded Fulbrights

Two Bryn Mawr seniors have been awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships for 2006-07. Jodi Eisenberg, a major in comparative literature, will teach in Spain; Katherine Klenn, an English major with a minor in anthropology, will teach in South Korea.

     
Shadia Bel Hamdounia  

Chemistry Major Awarded Thomas J. Watson Fellowship

Chemistry major Shadia Bel Hamdounia '06 will spend next year studying birthing practices in Denmark, India and South Africa, thanks to a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship. The prestigious grant is awarded annually to about 50 graduating seniors nationwide.

     
   

 

     
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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