Open Space Conversations 2017-18
Dean Jennifer Walters is hosting weekly brown-bag lunch conversations to engage in issues that are important to our students.
All Open Space Conversations are held on Wednesdays from 12 - 1pm in the Dorothy Vernon Room in New Dorm. These conversations are planned weekly each Wednesday of the semester. Check back for future conversations yet to be announced.
January 24 TBA
Previous Open Space Conversations
Tradition or Change?
Are Bryn Mawr traditions inclusive? Are there still barriers to belonging? Dean Walters will lead the conversation, all are welcome.
When your friends (or family) don't share your politics. How to talk (or not talk) about politics with family this year. Dean Walters will lead the conversation All are welcome.
Ruth Fine, curator and artist, will speak about her life in the arts as part of the programming for Beyond Boundaries: Feminine Forms. Rare Book Room, Canaday Library.
Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault: Beginner conversation for all those interested in discussing basic tips on how to support those who've experience sexual harm.
Disabilities and Inclusion: Join with other members of the Bryn Mawr community to learn from each other and share experiences.
Guns: Are guns an indelible part of American culture? Does the Second Amendment protect the rights of individuals to own and carry guns? Do guns make us safer? Should guns be allowed on campuses?
What does it mean to be a global citizen? Join with members of the Bryn Mawr community to learn from each other and share experiences and insights. Location:Campus Center 200
Life Hacks: What things have made your life work better? Join with other members of the Bryn Mawr community to learn from each other share insights from school, work, and life.
Making room for spirituality and faith on campus and in our lives. Join with members of the Bryn Mawr community to learn from each other and share experiences and insights.
Seeking Support, Showing Support: Dealing with Disaster. Members of our community are both directly and indirectly impacted by the recent natural disasters all over the world.
Whether you call one of these areas home, have friends or family there, have traveled there, or are simply moved by images in the media, natural disasters affect us all. Connection, Reflection, Community.