Faculty Support Events are provided by the Provost’s Office for faculty to gather and discuss topics of common interest. Past academic years have included discussions on the reappointment and promotion processes, mentoring opportunities for faculty, external funding opportunities, inclusive teaching, and blended learning.
The Teaching and Learning Institute (TLI) provides forums for the exploration of classroom practice. Funded originally by a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and now supported jointly by Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges, the TLI embraces a partnership model of faculty and student academic development.
The Access Services director works with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that students with physical, medical, learning, or psychological disabilities are provided with equal access to all college programs, activities, and services in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (as amended) and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
The Q Project supports the development of mathematical, logical, and statistical problem-solving skills that are required in quantitative disciplines across the Bryn Mawr curriculum. The Q Project is dedicated to preparing all Bryn Mawr students to solve the complex challenges of our increasingly quantitative world.
Bryn Mawr College Writing Center provides resources on teaching methods, for all disciplines, to improve student's writing.
Interdisciplinary and interactive, The 360 Program builds on Bryn Mawr's strong institutional history of learning experiences beyond the traditional classroom, placed within a rigorous academic framework. If you are interested in designing a 360 cluster visit the Faculty FAQ page.
Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Initiative is a collective effort to discover and share ways for using blended learning to support learner-centered pedagogies, meaningful faculty-student interactions, and the deep, active and authentic learning that liberal arts colleges value.