Fall 2022 Newsletter

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2022 Fulbright Teaching Assistants

This fall as part of the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program, Shreya Bhutani '22, a Growth and Structure of Cities major with a minor in educational studies, is working and living in Taiwan; Emily Shein '22, a German and philosophy double-major, is working and living in Thüringen, Germany; and Frances Loeb, M.S.S. '22, is working and living in Colombia.

Boren Scholar: Nicola McHugh '22

Nicola McHugh '22, who double majored in East Asian languages and cultures and psychology, with a minor in Chinese language, is furthering her education as a Boren Scholar at the National Taiwan University.

Sarah Theobald on the Passport Funding Initiative

Sarah Theobald, academic program administrator at the Provost’s Office, talks about the Student Passport Funding Support which is a collaboration between the Undergraduate Dean’s Office and the Global Learning Experiences Subcommittee of the College’s International Coordinating Council with support from the Institute of International Education, secured by Sharon Bain, director of Institutional Grants, and Tracy Weber, director of International Education. Read more.

Departmental News

360° Courses Continue to Provide Opportunities for Students to Learn Abroad

This fall, students and faculty in the 360° Climate Change: Science and Politics traveled to Germany and those in Minerals, Museums, and Western Colonialism went to England. Read more.

C.C. McKee Awarded Novo Nordisk Postdoctoral Fellowship

Assistant Professor of History of Art C.C. McKee has been awarded a Novo Nordisk Mads Øvlisen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Art History and will be based at the University of Copenhagen for the two-year fellowship. Read more.

Tamarah Moss Plans to Build on Bahamas Spring Residency

Tamarah Moss, assistant professor of social work and social research, returned to campus this fall after spending the spring semester based at the Bahamas Crisis Centre and plans to apply the connections she made to her work at Bryn Mawr. Read more.

Alison Cook-Sather Travels for Expert Meeting in the Netherlands

Professor of Education Alison Cook-Sather, accompanied by Khadijah Seay '16 and Ebony Graham (HC '23), co-facilitated a two-day expert meeting on pedagogical partnerships in higher education at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Read more.

Student Summer Experiences

Seven Bryn Mawr students received Global Bryn Mawr fellowships, which support students with projects that will broaden their thinking, provide new perspectives on disciplinary knowledge, hone intercultural communication skills, and prepare them to live, work, and lead in a global context. Learn more about how each student used the funding.

Over the summer, students of the Russian Language Institute learned how to make borscht in a cooking demonstration led by instructor Cori Anderson.

Taylor Ferreira '25 spent three weeks this summer at University College London taking part in its Geography and the Built Environment program.

Lila Sattler '23, a sociology major who is minoring in political science and gender and sexuality studies, studied in the Netherlands as a Gilman Scholar.

Andy Tendilla '23, a psychology major with a Child and Family Studies minor, interned at IES Abroad in Santiago, Chile. 

Camryn Teranes '23, a Literatures in English and German studies double-major, interned at Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany. 


The Travel Safety Council requires all students and faculty/staff traveling with students on college-sponsored trips to register in the Bryn Mawr College Travel Registry to help promote a successful travel experience. For all questions, contact Jane Shaw: jshaw@brynmawr.edu

4+1 A.B/M.A. at Aberystwyth University: Victoria Conroy, regional officer in charge of student recruitment at Aberystwyth University in Wales, came to Bryn Mawr on Nov. 17. Global Bryn Mawr organized an info session about the 4+1 program offered. Victoria met in the London Room with several students who were eager to hear about the university and its various programs.

The Global Bryn Mawr office welcomes Yusi Liu, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, as the new graduate assistant/program manager.