As a Mellon Mays Fellow, Diamond researches the racialization of Black women in national beauty pageants.
As a Mellon Mays Fellow, Claudia works with Assistant Professor of Sociology Veronica Montes and focuses on financial literacy in the Latino community.
There is a whole additional component of responsibility and freedom introduced when you partner with a professor to plan your coursework.
The Emily Balch Seminars introduce all first-year students at Bryn Mawr to a critical, probing, thoughtful approach to the world and our roles in it.
"I think one of the biggest things consulting has taught me is that professors are people too; they have feelings and are really invested in teaching."
"Bryn Mawr is where I learned to articulate the difference between altruism and solidarity."
"Bryn Mawr allowed me to pursue what I was interested in from the very start."
360° creates an opportunity to participate in a cluster of multiple courses connecting students and faculty in a single semester to focus on common problems, themes, and experiences.
In 1892, the College became the first institution of higher education in the United States to give students responsibility for enforcing rules of behavior upon themselves.