Graduate students are part of a long tradition of international studies at the college. As part of International Education Week at Bryn Mawr College, a number of students from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research agreed to answer questions highlighting aspects of their research.
- Mengtian Bai | History of Art | Home Country: China
- Tracey Cian | M.A. in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology | Home Country: Italy
- Sangeun (Isabel) Lee | GSSWSR | South Korea
- Andrew Tharler; Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology
- Christie Villarreal; Greek, Latin & Classical Studies
- Xiao Wang | Physics | Home Country: China
A Bryn Mawr education is a global education. No matter what your major, you will be prepared to engage the shared world of the 21st century, where professions, problems, and possibilities cross (and challenge) boundaries. There are few, if any, places where you can get a stronger global education than Bryn Mawr, which has been a leader in this field ever since its first graduating class, which produced Emily Green Balch, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for co-founding the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.