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Warren Liu
May 13, 2008

Center for Science in Society discussion groups publish special issues of academic journals; New faculty: Poet-scholar Warren Liu explores the boundaries of ethnicity and literary form; LLC Director Chris Boyland named NITLE Technology Fellow; Academic awards announced on May Day



Adaobi Kanu
May 1, 2008

Bryn Mawr seniors win $10,000 Davis Grant to fund arts project involving homeless men; Howard Hughes Medical Institute awards $1.2 million Undergraduate Science Education Grant to Bryn Mawr; Senior math majors chat with J. Crew CEO;



photo: June Lee
April 24, 2008

Paula Mans '08 wins Fulbright for study in Brazil; Spring Dance Concert features reconstruction of late work by modern master José Limón; TLI pilots continuing staff education program; Gastronomic guru Molly Stevens to speak; BMC to test emergency siren next Wednesday; May Day to be celebrated Sunday, May 4


photo: June Lee
April 17, 2008

Investment group's experiments in finance contribute valuable experience, funds for campus improvements; Bryn Mawr College welcomes the Solomon Asch Center for the Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict to its new home; BMC students, faculty present their work to science educators and legislators in D.C.; Opinion sampler: six Bryn Mawrters discuss their voting decisions (or lack thereof); Former Hepburn Fellow Karen Stephenson to discuss social-network analysis as a tool for social change; On campus this week: Working out whiteness; Perspectives on blackness; "Just Social" music festival explores hybridity and heritage; The role of religion in international relations; Owl Investment Group senior career panel


photo: Diana Tung
April 10, 2008

A step toward the sweat-free sweatshirt: BMC endorses labor-practices proposal;Q&A: Enrique Sacerio-Garí on Cuba; Q&A: Enrique Sacerio-Garí on Cuba; Around the Bi-Co this weekend: Tenure, the movie; Choosing sides: GLBT people of color; Jumping Off Bridges screening and discussion; Berlioz Requiem; Creative Writing faculty reads



photo: Karen Kornbluh
April 3, 2008

Obama policy director Karen Kornbluh '85 to discuss the path from BMC to Capitol Hill; What's in a syllabus? Bryn Mawr students and professors offer opinions on the ideal course map; Hepburn Center Fellows Eyakuze, Wood to lead forum on women's reproductive health at home and abroad;World Wildlife Fund scientist to deliver Rothenberg lecture; NYU art historian to lecture on medieval manuscript; Upcoming events of note: PMA/BMC Symposium with keynote address by Anna Chave; Silke-Maria Weineck lecture on fatherhood in Vienna, circa 1900; Reading by Diane Gilliam Fisher, poet of Appalachia

photo: Emily McGlynn
March 27, 2008

Emily McGlynn '09 wins Truman Scholarship on her way to clearing the air in Pennsylvania; Great Hall Chamber Orchestra to perform April 5; Performing artist Aaron Cromie, Bi-Co Theater Program bring commedia dell'arte to Goodhart stage; GSSWSR students exhibit art; On campus this week: Disabilites and communication; Bi-Co Orchestra; International Justice Week; Collective memory of intractable conflicts; Local food and wine with Judy Wicks, the Fit Club

photo: Cynthia McFadden
March 20, 2008

Poet and Memoirist Patricia Hampl top Read; ABC News anchor Cynthia McFadden to Deliver Commencement Convocation Address; Il Fondamento: Baroque Classics, Little-Known Gems Performed on Historically Accurate Instruments; NEH Chair Bruce Cole, Ph.D. '69, To Speak On the Future of the Humanities; New Faculty: GSSWSR's Kevin Robinson is Listening; Architectural Historian Paula Lupkin '89 to Deliver Keynote Address at Barbara Miller Lane Symposium; Celebrated Author Lesléa Newman to Read; Religion on Campus Week to Explore Faiths From Islam to Neopaganism

stuudent speaking at podium
March 6, 2008

Bryn Mawr Teams With Main Line School Night to Offer Series of Lectures on Cuba;"Social Justice in Math and Science Education" Symposium Features Keynote Speaker Hrabowski; PEN/Faulkner Award Winner James Salter to Read; Saudi Arabia Expert Mai Yamani '79 to Speak; Penn Professor to Lecture on War and Democracy

stuudent speaking at podium
February 28, 2008

Dancing Toward a Thesis from Different Directions; Street Outreach Tackles the Leftovers Dilemma; Platanos and Collard Greens to Spice Goodhart Stage



student speaking at podium
February 21, 2008

For Young Scholars, a Taste of the Academic Life at Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellows Conference; Student V-Day Performances Raise a Record $3,715 for Women's Organizations; Bryn Mawr Spanish Professor Interviewed on "Radio Times"



Jane Dammen McAuliffe
February 14, 2008

Bryn Mawr and McAuliffe: Love at First Sight; Roller-Coaster Tour Offers Unusual Perspective on Bryn Mawr's Campus; Dance Faculty Concert Offers Top Talent in Intimate Space; Q & A: Career Development Director Liza Jane Bernard on Getting a Job



Jane Dammen McAuliffe
February 7-8, 2008

Bryn Mawr Names Dean of Georgetown University's College of Arts and Sciences President-Elect; Musician-Scholar Bernice Johnson Reagon to Deliver Black History Month Keynote Address; How Well Is Your Thesis Hidden? Publishing Students' Work on the World Wide Web; BMC Cities Prof Daniela Voith '76 Tackles Philly's Outdated Zoning Code; Q & A: Political Scientist Marissa Martino Golden on the Primary Process; India Jazz Suites Offers Dialogue Between Indian and African-American Traditions



Shayna Israel '08
January 31, 2008

3XL: Bryn Mawr Rappers Introduce Philly To Hip-hop with a Feminist Attitude; "Young Lion" Olga Grushin to Read Fiction at Bryn Mawr; Q & A: Economist David Ross on the Fiscal-Stimulus Package; Prince Among Slaves: Screening, Discussion of the History of an Enslaved African Muslim in America



Rhonda Hughes
January 24, 2008

NSF Awards Grant to Bryn Mawr and Spelman Colleges to Increase Number of Women in Mathematics; Undergraduate Curators to Discuss Medieval Manuscripts at Opening of Exhibition January 31; International Civic Engagement to Be Examined at Conference at Bryn Mawr Next Week; Assistant Track Coach Delilah DiCrescenzo Gracefully Endures a Wave of Media Attention; Challenging Women's Final Tally: $232 Million


Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 17, 2008

First Full-Day MLK Celebration Offers Reflection, Service; Main Line MLK Association to Honor Vickers, Holland During Annual Celebration This Sunday; New Faculty: Michael Schulz Hopes to Tie Relativity to Quantum Mechanics With String Theory; Bryn Mawr Hoops Defeat Rival Haverford in Overtime; Fall Sports Wrap-Up: Student-Athletes Honored



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