Dean's Office Events
The Major Decision (and some words about minors too)
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 5-6:30 p.m., Taylor B
Most sophomores feel some uncertainty about deciding and declaring a major. Some are still completely undecided; some think they know but still feel a little uncertain. Some may know their major but are uncertain about how to choose or work with a major adviser. Some are considering double majors. And when it comes to optional minors, there are lots of the same questions. We'll bring together some experts (a dean, a peer mentor, a faculty member) to share their insights, field your questions, and facilitate a conversation so that sophomores can also help each other.
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 6-7:30 p.m., Dalton 1
Considering an Independent Major? Join Dean Evan and an upperclass student to learn more about navigating the Independent Major process. You'll get some general advice as well as specific next steps.
Fellowships and the World: Fueling and Funding Your Travels and Exploration
Monday, Nov. 5, 4-5 p.m., Dalton 119
Join Fellowships Adviser Eleanor Stanford and Global Bryn Mawr Coordinator Alice Lesnick to learn about how fellowships and other opportunities can help fund research, study abroad, post-graduate explorations—and help you learn about yourself, challenge yourself, and tell your evolving story.
Sophomore Conversation for Pre-health Students
Friday, Nov. 9, 9-10 a.m., (morning) Dalton 119
Dean Raima Evan and Dean Gail Glicksman will advise sophomores about issues to keep in mind when navigating the pre-health requirements and exploring options. A current student interested in the health professions will join them.
Study Abroad Events
Oxford/LSE Mandatory Information Session
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 4-5 p.m., Dalton 300, or Monday, Oct. 8, 6-7 p.m., Dalton 300
Students interested in these programs should attend one of these to learn about the unique educational programs offered. You will not be eligible to apply to Oxford or LSE without attending one!
General Sophomore Information Sessions
This session is mandatory for all sophomores considering study abroad during the academic year. It will be offered three times:
Monday, Sept. 17, 6-7:30 p.m., Dalton 300
Tuesday, Oct. 2, 4-5:30, Old Library 110
Wednesday, Oct. 24, Noon-1 p.m., Location TBA
Career and Civic Engagement Center Events
Graduate School 101: Tips on the Admissions Process presented by Donald C. Martin, Ph.D.
Thursday, September 19, 6:30-7:45 pm, Haverford College - Chase Hall
Dr. Donald C. Martin, graduate school expert, will give a talk to students of the Tri-Co on tips on how to get into graduate/professional schools. He is the author of "Road Map for Graduate Study: A Guide for Prospective Graduate Students." This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Career and Professional Advising (HC), the Career and Civic Engagement Center (BMC), and the Office of Academic Resources (HC).
RESUMANIA - Resume Reviews and Raffle Prizes!
October 21 - November 3
Monday-Thursday: 7:30-9:30 pm
Sunday: 3:00-5:00 pm
Career Engagement, Campus Center 202
The Career Peers present RESUMANIA! Raffles, snacks and advice on your resume. Bring in your resume draft to be reviewed and this will complete your sophomore plan resume requirement. No need to sign up, just drop-in with your resume.
Does Your Hogwarts House (Major) Define Your Career?
Thursday, Dec. 5, 7-8:30 p.m., Wyndham Ely Room
Have you ever wished the sorting hat could tell you what to major in or what career path you are best suited for? Come to this event where recent Bryn Mawr alums and current students will discuss their experiences choosing their majors, and how this major has impacted or not impacted their career and life choices. Plus, learn about Career and Civic Engagement Center resources to help you explore your career interests!
For a complete list of Career and Civic Engagement Center events including Alumna-in-Residence schedule, visit Handshake.