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Posted October 28th, 2019
The Institut d'Avignon Program, established in 1962 by Bryn Mawr College faculty Michel Guggenheim and René Girard, accepted 11 Bryn Mawr students for the summer of 2019.
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Posted October 27th, 2019
Nine students, five from Bryn Mawr College and four from Haverford College, attended a four-week study program at the Sijal Institute in Amman, Jordan, this past summer.
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Posted October 25th, 2019
Bryn Mawr College students applied for and received funding to conduct research projects overseas this summer through the Global Bryn Mawr Student Fellowship. Those students share their experiences.
Posted May 3rd, 2019
The International Curricular Initiatives Committee awarded four grants for faculty members to begin conducting research over the summer of 2019.
Archaeology students in UK
Posted May 3rd, 2019
This March, 12 majors in the Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology Department at Bryn Mawr College traveled to the United Kingdom to visit archaeological sites and museums.
"Together we create" mural
Posted May 2nd, 2019
Bryn Mawr in Translation is envisioned as an online space to celebrate multilingualism and the meaning-making power of the act of translation.
Bryn Mawr College International Forum London 2020 logo
Posted May 1st, 2019
On Saturday, March 14, 2020, President Kim Cassidy will lead Bryn Mawr's vibrant, global community in an intellectually dynamic program on the theme of INNOVATION.
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Posted April 30th, 2019
Deborah Ose-Agyekum '10, Portia Derry and Toby Newsome, publisher, author, and illustrator of the multiple prize-winning children's book Grandma's List, visited Bryn Mawr's campus.
Posted November 19th, 2018
Graduate students are part of a long tradition of international studies at the college. Read more about their research and decision to attend Bryn Mawr.
French countryside
Posted November 1st, 2018
The six-week program provides students with a full French immersion experience.

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