Teaching, Research, and COVID-19

The sudden pandemic response in March transformed the work of librarians and educational technology specialists.


Teaching with Collections in an Online World

Special Collections continues its work pandemic notwithstanding.


Students Study Race

With support of an integrated library and information technology services team, Bryn Mawr was able to pivot phenomenally well to provide continuity for student's work.


From Barbados to Boston

For an architectural historian, a fellowship funds cross-disciplinary study.


Anassa Kata, Class of 2020

Reaching out from Philadelphia to Greece, California to Scotland, alumnae/i shared encouragement with the new graduates.

Gradiva Couzin ’91 Joins Mutual Aid Network

The community-based, peer-to-peer group is helping those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.


Demythologizing T

What’s the most abundant steroid hormone in the typical adult woman’s body?

The Virtual Step Sing

Shout out to Magda Pecsenye ’94 for kicking off a Virtual Step Sing—and to the nearly 1,000 Mawrters who participated.