Scientist Helen Dean King with her Wistar Rats
Posted July 19th, 2018
A fascinating article on the Hidden City Philadelphia website looks at the legacy of the Wistar rat and of Helen Dean King, who earned her Ph.D. in biology at Bryn Mawr in 1899.
Katharine Houghton Hepburn
Posted July 18th, 2018
The Hartford Courant digs into its archives for a number of letters from Katharine Houghton Hepburn (class of 1899). Hepburn was a leader of the Connecticut suffragist movement.
Maggie Larson '10 on the street
Posted July 17th, 2018
Larson was recently interviewed by Philadelphia Inquirer reporter and fellow Mawrter Juliana Feliciano Reyes '11 about her career and being a women cartoonist.
Katherine Fallon and friends at Bryn Mawr College Reunion 2018.
Posted July 11th, 2018
Katherine Fallon ’03, who majored in English, published the article “I delight in the truth” on the website Connect Statesboro about her experience reconnecting with Bryn Mawr at Reunion in June.
David Nevison, M.S.S. '74
Posted July 6th, 2018
The ASA Award recognizes outstanding contributions to aging-related research, administration, or advocacy.
Elizabeth M. Meade
Posted June 22nd, 2018
Meade majored in German language and literature at Bryn Mawr. She had been provost at Cedar Crest for five years and a faculty member since 1993.
Susan de Sola
Posted June 14th, 2018
"I loved Bryn Mawr," she says. "It’s a remarkable, highly committed college with an idealistic, but flexible, sense of its own mission which attracts strong individuals."
Mary C. Rorro '91 and her mother Gilda Rorro Baldassari
Posted June 6th, 2018
Rorro, a Veterans Affairs psychiatrist who treats veteran's dealing with PTSD and other issues, was honored for her work with veterans.