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Student Research and Housing Advocacy

Posted November 24, 2009
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Four Bryn Mawr students will present their research conducted under the direction of Sandy Schram with the Women’s Community Revitalization Project (WCRP) in Philadelphia.

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009 at 7:30pm in the Ely Room at Wyndham.

On the Front Lines: A Career in Philadelphia’s Dept. of Public Health

Posted October 1, 2009
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Carol Rogers will discuss the challenges and issues that have most engaged her during her 29-year career in the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, and the insights her professional experience affords regarding the current crisis facing our nation’s health-care system. October 27 at 7:30 pm.

Social Entrentrepreneurship Workshop

Posted October 1, 2009
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Getting Started and Making It Work! The Social Entrepreneurship Workshop is intended for Bryn Mawr and Haverford students interested in careers in social entrepreneurship. It is an interactive experience designed to provide practical and
strategic career-planning information. Apply by October 9.

Cultural Relativism vs. Human Rights: Women’s Global Issues, A Conference at Bryn Mawr College

Posted September 9, 2009
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  Link to story Event: Cultural Relativism vs. Human Rights: Women’s Global Issues, A Conference at Bryn Mawr College When: Friday March 27th and Saturday March 28th, 2009 Where: Wyndham Alumnae House, Bryn Mawr College This conference will be free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Margaret Kelly at mkelly01@brynmawr.edu. Friday March 27th, 2009 […]

Telemedicine: Future Directions in Service Delivery

Posted April 20, 2009

This conference has been designed to explore the burgeoning new field of telemedicine, which integrates new video and web-based technologies to deliver medical care. The keynote speaker and organizer of the conference is Ana Maria Lopez, MD, MPH, FACP, Medical Director of the University of Arizona Telemedicine Program, where she is also Associate Dean for Outreach and Multicultural Affairs and Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine and Pathology.

“Unexpected Paths: Women in Academic Leadership” Lecture by Sally Mason

Posted March 31, 2009

The Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center and the Center for Science in Society present: Sally Mason, President, University of Iowa “Unexpected Paths: Women in Academic Leadership” Part of the “Celebrating Women Scientists as University Presidents” Lecture Series Date: Thursday April 2, 2009 Time: 7:30PM Place: Ely Room, Wyndham Sally Mason is the 20th President of the […]

“Women as Academic Leaders: Insiders with Outsider Values” Lecture by Nancy Cantor

Posted February 18, 2009
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The Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center and the Center for Science in Society present: Nancy Cantor, Chancellor and President, Syracuse University “Women as Academic Leaders: Insiders with Outsider Values” Part of the “Celebrating Women Scientists as University Presidents” Lecture Series Date: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 Time: 7:30 pm Location: Ely Room, Wyndham Nancy Cantor is the 11th […]

Hepburn Center 2009 Internships

Posted January 21, 2009

Eligibility: current Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors Industry/Special Interest: Film/theater, women’s health, civic engagement Description: The Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center will offer 16 summer internships in 2009 to undergraduates interested in obtaining practical experience in one of the Center’s three areas of mission: film/theater, women’s health, or civic engagement. Some internships will link students with current or […]

Bryn Mawr Farmerettes in the Woman’s Land Army

Posted January 20, 2009

Elaine Weiss will give a public lecture about her recently published book, Fruits of Victory: The Woman’s Land Army of America in the Great War, which is the first full chronicle of this woman-powered movement to put women on the land and save American agriculture during the First World War.

Screening and Discussion of “My Big Break”

Posted January 20, 2009

The Hepburn Center, Film Studies, and the Department of Psychology are delighted to co-sponsor a screening of “My Big Break,” a new documentary film by director Tony Zierra. This controversial documentary follows five roommates trying to make it in Hollywood who face the unexpected consequences of fame. Read more»

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