Taylor Hall
The gift will endow a professorship and support students. Her commitment to the College and the History of Art program is a fitting legacy for this champion of arts and education.
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.
Fahl is the presumptive favorite to be the next mayor of Lambertville, N.J. In the Democratic primary, the 28-year-old defeated an incumbent who has been in office since she was born.
Community meeting to discuss findings from the study, held July 31, 2018, at Al-Quds University
Byers and his colleagues have been working with social work clinicians in the Palestinian West Bank for the last year and a half on an extensive qualitative study.
Professor Linda-Susan Beard
“The statement is brilliant in its ability to do double duty: to offer an attack that is simultaneously racialized and gendered.”
Professor of Social Work Raymond Albert
Professor Albert served the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research (GSSWSR) and the College in numerous capacities over the course of 38 years. 
SWARM Installation
Laurel McLaughlin and Mechella Yezernitskaya are co-curators of "SWARM." and with Natalia Angeles Vieyra "Infinite Spaces: Rediscovering PAFA's Permanent Collection."
Elia Anagnostou and Arianna Li  at the Digital Scholarship Student Symposium
The program is an opportunity for undergraduate students at Bryn Mawr College to learn digital scholarship methods and gain professional experience by applying their digital skills to a local project.
Taylor Hall
Mars’ gift is in support of a new capital project, a Student Life and Wellness Center currently being developed. The College hopes to break ground on the new building in 2019.
Scientist Helen Dean King with her Wistar Rats
A fascinating article on the Hidden City Philadelphia website looks at the legacy of the Wistar rat and of Helen Dean King, who earned her Ph.D. in biology at Bryn Mawr in 1899.


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