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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.

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 […]

Fellow Maya Ajmera ’89: from Bryn Mawr bio major to global social entrepreneur

Posted December 3, 2008
Maya Ajmera

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2008. Event: Talk by Maya Ajmera Time 7:30 pm, Location: Ely Room in Wyndham In an event re-scheduled from October 22nd, 2008, Hepburn Fellow Maya Ajmera, founder and President of the Global Fund for Children (GFC), will give a talk on her trajectory from Bryn Mawr (Biology, 1989) to a career as […]

Screening of “Beyond Breast Cancer: Stories of Survivors”

Posted October 27, 2008

October 27, 2008. Event: Screening of “Beyond Breast Cancer” by Saskia Subramanian Time: 7:30 pm, Location: Carpenter Library Bryn Mawr alum (Class of 1988) Saskia Subramanian  presented and discussed her documentary film “Beyond Breast Cancer: Stories of Survivors,” which was also screened at the 2008 Baltimore Women’s Film Festival. “Beyond Breast Cancer” chronicles the experiences […]

Hepburn Center sponsors a trip to see “Candide” at the Arden Theatre

Posted October 4, 2008

On Thursday, October 2, 2008, the Hepburn Center sponsored an outing of 27 undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff to a performance of the Arden Theatre’s production of Candide – a production of Leonard Bernstein’s musical version of Voltaire’s classic satire. Four cars containing 14 people left campus at 5:30, navigating in various creative […]

Chat about Candide with Amy Murphy

Posted September 4, 2008

Tuesday, September 23, 2008. Event: Discussion of Candide Time 6:00 pm, Location: Wyndham In conjunction with the Arden’s production of Candide – a production of Leonard Bernstein’s musical version of Voltaire’s classic satire – the Hepburn Center is organizing dinner for a group of students, faculty, and staff at Wyndham, followed by a discussion led […]

Former Hepburn Fellow Karen Stephenson to discuss social-network analysis as a tool for social change

Posted April 17, 2008

On Thursday, April 24, at 8 p.m. in Wyndham House’s Ely Room, the Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center will present “Social Network Analysis as a Tool for Social Change,” a talk by 2006-07 Hepburn Fellow Karen Stephenson, who has continued to work with Bryn Mawr students and faculty members since her tenure as a fellow last […]

Hepburn Fellows Eyakuze, Wood to lead forum on women’s reproductive health at home and abroad

Posted April 3, 2008
Susan Wood

Katharine Houghton Hepburn Fellows Cynthia Eyakuze-Di Domenico ’94 and Susan Wood will be the featured speakers at a public forum on women’s reproductive health on Friday, April 11, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in Haffner’s Dorothy Vernon Room. A discussion facilitated by a panel of Bryn Mawr students will follow talks by the two Hepburn […]

Hepburn Fellow Judy Wicks introduces local food and wine.

Posted March 27, 2008

The Hepburn Center is sponsoring a local food and wine tasting event at Wyndham on Tuesday, April 1 (no kidding!), from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The tasting menu was selected by 2007-2008 Hepburn Fellow Judy Wicks. Wicks will offer some remarks about the local food scene in the Philadelphia area and then be available for informal conversation. […]

Restaurateur-Activist Judy Wicks to Lectureon a “Green, Fair and Fun” Business Model

Posted November 8, 2007

Activist entrepreneur Judy Wicks started her first business when she was a little girl: she scavenged wood scraps from a construction site near her home, painted pictures on them, trundled them down to the highway in her toy wagon and sold them to passing motorists. Nowadays, she has a bigger business — the combined annual […]

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