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August 30, 2007

Hall Advisers  

Bryn Mawr Greets the Class of 2011

On Wednesday, Aug. 29, Bryn Mawr College welcomed the 355 members of the Class of 2011 to its campus, along with six transfer students and six Katharine McBride Scholars. The most common name in the class of 2011: Sarah.


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Thaddeus Phillips  

2007-08 Performing Arts Series Features Artists Bridging Cultures and Genres

"We wanted to highlight world-class artists who show how people from different cultures are linked by universal urges," said Lisa Kraus, coordinator of the Series.

Marc Diamond  

BMC Chief Advancement Officer Diamond Takes UVM Post, Public Affairs Director Moves to F&M

Diamond oversaw the development and public-affairs functions of the College and had overall responsibility for its $225 million comprehensive fundraising campaign, Challenging Women.

Laura Blankenship  

Blankenship, Reese Win Instructional-Technology Fellowships

Two Bryn Mawr staff members — Senior Instructional Technologist Laura Blankenship and GIS Coordinator and Map Curator Betsy Reese — are among the first recipients of a fellowship offered by the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education.


From Recent Issues:


Schram Wins National Poverty Center Fellowship

As a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan's National Poverty Center, the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research's Sandy Schram will prepare a book manuscript that takes a critical look at a punitive approach to welfare reform.


Cities Professor Carola Hein Wins Guggenheim Fellowship to Fund Study of the Global Architecture of Oil

Carola Hein has won a 2007 Guggenheim Fellowship, awarded by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, on the basis of "distinguished achievement in the past and exceptional promise for future accomplishment."

student with robot  

A Herd of Frisky Robots Illustrates the Appeal of an Innovative Computer Science Curriculum

Twenty-four blue "Scribbler" robots were dancing, drawing and making music in a Park Science Building classroom as students showed off what they've accomplished in a groundbreaking computing course.



New Emergency Communication System in Place

New Provost, Haverford President to Appear at Fall Convocation Tuesday Morning

Bryn Mawr at the Fringe Festival

On Campus: Farewell to Nancy Collins, Event-Planning Workshop, Shofar Blowing

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