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Students Seed New Cherry Trees with Wishes at Tree-Planting Event

Posted November 12, 2013

The Facilities Department hosted a campus-wide tree-planting event last Friday to add four new cherry trees to campus. Students were encouraged to write their wishes and dreams  on pieces of paper and seed them with the trees. In the spring, they will be reminded of their dreams as the cherries blossom. The idea for the […]

Bryn Mawr in the Media: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Posted September 18, 2008

“All the Campus Is a Stage” reports on the innovative use of nontraditional venues for this year’s Performing Arts Series as a result of the $19-million renovation of Goodhart Theater. Note: The Chronicle of Higher Education limits access to articles to those with a subscription. If you have a Bryn Mawr account, you can find […]

Getting to know us: a new president takes a “pillar to post” tour of Bryn Mawr

Posted August 29, 2008

During her first weeks in office, President Jane Dammen McAuliffe has been “enchanted by the stunning beauty” of the Bryn Mawr campus. She has also acquired a familiarity with furnaces, boilers, and ductwork that is unusual in a chief executive. As McAuliffe undertook a thorough walking tour of the buildings and grounds, her guides–Chief Administrative […]

Howard Hughes Medical Institute awards $1.2 million Undergraduate Science Education Grant to Bryn Mawr

Posted May 1, 2008
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The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has awarded a $1.2 million Undergraduate Science Education Grant to Bryn Mawr College to help fund a host of initiatives. Chief among them are two yearly $5,000 fellowships to help matriculated Bryn Mawr science and math majors complete teaching certificates in secondary education; two postdoctoral fellowships; physical upgrades of classroom/laboratory […]