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Bryn Mawr Receives $1 Million Grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation For Liberal Arts Curricular Innovation

Posted April 14, 2011

Bryn Mawr College has received a $1 million, three-year grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to help fund the College’s ongoing efforts to create “an innovative and sustainable liberal arts curriculum for the 21st Century.” “Like every college and university, Bryn Mawr has to regularly re-examine its priorities, question elements of our model, and […]

Fall 2011 360° Explores the History, Science and Practice of Meditation and Other Mindful Practices

Posted March 31, 2011
photo of meditating Buddha sculpture

This fall a group of faculty and students will contemplate contemplation in a 360° course cluster that  explores the history, science and practice of meditation and other mindful practices. “360°: Contemplative Traditions” comprises three classes plus an independent study (a fourth course) that share an interest in contemplative or mindfulness traditions and practice. The courses […]

Former Kaleidoscope Program Does a 360˚

Posted September 2, 2010
About 360˚

As part of Bryn Mawr’s 125th-anniversary celebration, the College is offering a collection of courses this semester in biology, education, English, and history, as well as a course offered by the Growth and Structure of Cities program on community mural projects. These courses are the first offered as part of a program newly designated “360˚.”

Bryn Mawr to Offer Half-Credit Courses for Fall 2010

Posted April 2, 2010

Beginning in the Fall 2010 semester, Bryn Mawr students will have yet another option as they explore their academic opportunities and attempt to fit their many interests and the College’s varied offerings into a four course semester. For the first time, Bryn Mawr will be offering a slate of half-credit, seven-week, courses in addition to […]

Special Course Offerings Celebrate Bryn Mawr’s 125th Anniversary

Posted April 2, 2010
About the Kaleidoscope Program

As part of Bryn Mawr’s 125th-anniversary celebration, the College will be offering a collection of courses in education, English, biology and history, as well as a course offered by the Growth and Structure of Cities program on community mural projects. The umbrella theme of the courses in the group is “Changing Education” …Read more»