Stories

Ottoman
Posted October 1st, 2018
Bryn Mawr College partners with Sijal Insitute in Amman, Jordan to pilot a three-week study program for Bi-Co Arabic language students.
Posted August 17th, 2018
This year’s Bi-Co fellows were Ian Ogalla '21 from Haverford College and Bryn Mawr students Titi Bekele '19, Rihana Oumer '19, Avery McNair '19, and Maria Vivanco '19.
President Cassidy
Posted June 10th, 2018
Bryn Mawr has benefited in countless ways from talents, perspectives of Dreamers.
Julie Riese
Posted May 31st, 2018
Julie will help the organization develop an international presence and collaborate with global partners, including Bryn Mawr College.
students and faculty at an olive oil tasting in Greece
Posted May 29th, 2018
The 360° brought together three courses: "The Politics of Food,” “Food and Archaeology in Greece, Past and Present,” and “Food and the Transnational City.”
Sanam Sheriff
Posted May 14th, 2018
Sanam Sheriff '18 will travel the world through The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, which is awarded to students of “unusual promise” for 12 months of independent international travel.
Image: 'Saint Francis Defeats the Antichrist', Cristóbal de Villalpando, 1691-92, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Posted May 7th, 2018
Mark's research explores the paintings of Mexican artist of the Spanish Baroque period, Cristóbal de Villalpando (1649-1714). 
Marie Mach
Posted May 1st, 2018
Marie Mach will study in Almaty, Kazakhstan as a Boren Scholar.
Annabelle Working at Argonne National Laboratory
Posted April 18th, 2018
Annabelle was awarded the APS March Meeting Travel Award. She conducted her research with Professor of Physics Xuemei May Cheng.
Fatoumata Sylla
Posted April 16th, 2018
Fatoumata Sylla '18 will travel the world through The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, which is awarded to students of “unusual promise” for 12 months of independent international travel.

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