In This Issue
How one alumna set her sights on new heights for women.
A contingent of Bryn Mawr alumnae are making their mark on the Arizona city.
Special Collections’ partnerships with the 360° program and Who Built Bryn Mawr?
An insider’s perspective on being poor, white, and female in rural America.
Class of 1942 alumna depicted in the summer blockbuster Oppenheimer.
Chief of staff position passes from one Bryn Mawr alumna to another.
A Ph.D. candidate exploring atomic energy exchange
has been named an NSF Fellow.
This unique program reveals the critical role that the French capital played in African American history. From the banks of the Seine River to storied landmarks and beyond, follow in the footsteps of prominent Black musicians, writers, and luminaries and understand how African Americans helped shape the identity of this magical city!
Assistant Professor of Economics Jiyoon (June) Kim focuses much of her research on understanding the determinants of health disparity and social inequality faced by vulnerable groups. She joined the Bryn Mawr faculty in 2021, having taught previously at Swarthmore, Elon University, and Purdue University.