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March 22, 2007


Kathleen Tierney Named Athletics Director

Lebanon Valley College Athletics Director Kathleen Tierney has been named the director of athletics, physical education and wellness. "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to come to a place with as rich a tradition in women's athletics as Bryn Mawr," said Tierney.


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Amanda Young '07 Wins Watson Fellowship to Explore Libraries in Transitioning Societies

Amanda Young '07, a major in history of art and a lifelong lover of libraries, is one of 50 students in the United States who have won the coveted Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for a year of self-directed study overseas.

Colorado Quartet  

Colorado Quartet to Perform at Bryn Mawr

The Colorado Quartet, whose members have received international acclaim for their musical integrity, impassioned playing and lyrical finesse, will play at Bryn Mawr College's Thomas Great Hall at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 23, as part of the College's Performing Arts Series.


Philadelphia Orchestra Violinist Kimberly Fisher Joins Great Hall Chamber Orchestra on March 31

Philadelphia Orchestra violinist Kimberly Fisher will be the guest soloist of the Great Hall Chamber Orchestra at its spring concert on Saturday, March 31, at 8 p.m. in Thomas Great Hall at Bryn Mawr College.


Franklin Institute Exhibit Director to Lecture on "Controversial" Science and the Public

Steven L. Snyder, the Franklin Institute's vice president of exhibit and program development, will deliver the 2007 Bernard Rothenberg Lecture in Biology and Public Policy on Thursday, March 29.


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Hepburn Fellow Karen Stephenson Brings "Mathematical Magic" to Education Reform

Huong Huynh '07 and Priscilla Won '07 are acting as interns to Hepburn Fellow Karen Stephenson in a project that applies Stephenson's innovative, math-based technique called Social Network Analysis to Philadelphia-area school districts.

Hannah Upp  

Sankofa: A Singer's Report From Ghana

Hannah Upp '07 was part of a group of about 40 Bryn Mawr and Haverford students and faculty members who traveled to Ghana for a trip centered on performances in which the Bi-College Chamber Singers performed with Ghanaian choral ensembles. In this essay, she discusses her experience.


Drew Gilpin Faust '68 to Lead Harvard

Historian Drew Gilpin Faust '68 will shatter one of America's oldest glass ceilings when she becomes the first woman to lead Harvard University in the school's 371-year history. Her appointment as president was unanimously approved by Harvard's Board of Overseers on Sunday, Feb. 11.



Ambassador Teresita Schaffer '66 to Discuss India-U.S. Relationship in First Armstrong Lecture

International Justice Week Continues Through March 30

Cultural Critic Todd Gitlin: Is There an Antiwar Movement? Lecture Scheduled for Thursday, March 29

Partita Project Brings Baroque Dance to Goodhart

On Campus: Diversity and Free Speech, Echoes of Ghana, Majors and Careers

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