Living Campus is a digital map that broadens access to Bryn Mawr's trees, gardens, and benches.
In its third year, the Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows program centers experiential learning opportunities for students who collaborate on a public-facing digital research project.
Scholars are increasingly turning to digital tools and methodologies for research, teaching and publication—including digital mapping, text mining, data visualization and open-access publishing.
In this issue, the Bulletin celebrates the trees of Bryn Mawr. So we asked alumnae/i to weigh in with their picks.
Radcliffe Edmonds III shares his thoughts about Orpheus, the Tony Award–winning musical Hadestown, and the enduring power of myth.