Bryn Mawr Women Go Places in the Summer … and Blog About It

Posted May 28th, 2010 at 3:05 pm.

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Mumbai, France, Oregon, the lab, the theater, the city, the country, the burbs. A summer of service, a summer of research, a summer of work, a summer of learning something new. Mawrters go places in the summer!

Now there is a forum for the musings of these intrepid adventurers: Bryn Mawr Women Go Places in the Summer, a blog focusing on the summer projects of several Bryn Mawr undergraduates. Among their projects:

  • Researching access to health care along the U.S.-Mexico border
  • Exploring the therapeutic use of classical Indian dance in Mumbai
  • Researching the structure of ice deposits on Mars
  • Interning in the office of a U.S. Senator on Capitol Hill
  • Helping start a small business that makes skin-care products with a rare kind of oil, fairly traded with women’s cooperatives in Morocco
  • Researching the role of military intelligence in several major operations of World War II through primary source materials in Washington, D.C., London, and Normandy
  • Interning in maritime history at the National Museum of American History, along with research into the education of midshipmen in the U.S. Navy from 1794-1861

Follow their adventures at summerresearchandinternships.blogs.brynmawr.edu/.

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