Bryn Mawr College Sign
Posted October 29th, 2019
Students in the course cluster investigate childhood, explore literature, and engage in writing children’s literature.
Students in the course Math Modeling and Sustainability
Posted September 26th, 2019
Philly Tri-Co students participate in Philadelphia Climate Strike on Sept. 20.
Class group shot
Posted May 29th, 2019
Students in the course toured the American Philosophical Society's library to explore how the Enlightenment in Europe influenced the formation of American democracy and shaped many of today's values.
Met Greek and Roman Art Curator Seán Hemingway Ph.D. '97 leads students on a tour
Posted April 24th, 2019
Students in the class got a special tour at the Met from the curator of Greek and Roman Art Seán Hemingway, Ph.D.
Amanda Weidman
Posted April 22nd, 2019
This course will examine performance and popular culture as crucial sites for the construction and negotiation of gendered identities and gender ideologies in South Asian contexts.
Anjali Thapar
Posted April 11th, 2019
“Data Science” is a catch-all term used to describe the practice of working with and analyzing large-scale datasets to draw meaningful conclusions.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Susanna Fioratta
Posted April 8th, 2019
In this class, students will push through the surface of today's fraught immigration debates, and explore more deeply how borders, barriers, fences, and walls structure people's movements.
Director of Creative Writing Daniel Torday
Posted April 2nd, 2019
The course explores the craft of writing for audio sources by focusing on the skills, processes, and techniques necessary to the generation and production of radio and podcast pieces.
Posted March 14th, 2019
To make important decisions about environmental problems, society needs to understand ecological systems.