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April 5 , 2007


Marisa Winkler '08, Aspiring Drug Designer, Wins Goldwater Scholarship, IUPAC Award

Marisa Winkler '08, a chemistry major with a concentration in biochemistry, has had a banner week: she was notified that she has won two prestigious national awards.


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Bryn Mawr-Haverford Theater Program's Third-Ever Student Theater Festival Continues

The performances, all conceived and directed by students, begin next Wednesday, April 11, and continue through Saturday, April 14.



Archaeologist Brings Historical Perspective to the Reign of a Biblical Villain

Archaeologist Barbara Burrell will deliver the C. Densmore Curtis Lecture titled "Conquering Nature: Herod the Great's Caesarea," on Friday, April 13, at 5 p.m., in Carpenter B21.


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Poet Marie Ponsot to Give Reading at Bryn Mawr College

Poet Marie Ponsot, whose 1998 collection The Bird Catcher received that year's National Book Critics Circle Award, will give a reading at Bryn Mawr on Thursday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m., in the Ely Room of the Wyndham Alumnae House.


Truman Scholarship Recognizes "Exceptional Leadership Potential" in Tiffany Shumate '08

Tiffany Shumate '08, who aspires to a career working toward social change as an urban educator, has won a Harry S. Truman Scholarship, awarded annually to about 70 college juniors "with exceptional leadership potential."

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Undergraduate Curator Mounts Exhibition of Pottery from Cyprus

Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology majors often work with objects in Bryn Mawr's Arts and Archaeology Collections, but Rebecca Hahn '07 may be the first to curate an exhibition as part of her senior thesis.


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.


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.



Presidential Search Committee Formed; Campus Meetings Scheduled for Next Week

New Athletics Logo to Be Unveiled at Party in Bern Schwartz Gym

Women and the Global Economy Series Presents Isabelle Bakker on Gender and Macroeconomics

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