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Career Opportunities for Bi-Co Students Abound This Winter Break

Posted December 15, 2011

“Finding a mentor is invaluable for young women to succeed,” said Valerie Jarrett, the Obama administration’s senior adviser and assistant to the president for public engagement and intergovernmental affairs, at the Women in Public Service Project‘s  inaugural colloquium on Thursday, Dec. 15. The WPSP’s goal is to increase women’s representation among leaders in the public […]

Bryn Mawr Faculty Looks for Ways to Diversify Student Academic Experiences and Encourage Greater Faculty Advising and Mentorship

Posted July 21, 2011

Late this spring, Bryn Mawr’s faculty voted to further explore an academic blueprint for the future that will introduce ways to create more varied and individually tailored degree paths and make more prominent the role faculty plays in mentoring and advising students. Much of the increased mentoring and advising will be focused on first-year students […]

Bryn Mawr Professor Wins First-Ever Mentorship Award From Association for Women in Mathematics

Posted July 28, 2010

Good mentoring can make a career, says Bryn Mawr Professor of Mathematics Rhonda Hughes. Hughes has devoted much of her own career to ensuring that good mentoring is available to women in mathematics. At Bryn Mawr, generations of students have benefited from Hughes’ attention and encouragement, building confidence that is evident in the popularity of […]