Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research

Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research

From the May 2011 issue

Breaking down digital barriers at the National Technology Adoption Advisory Council, partnering with a community mural arts program, honoring Kevin J. Robinson, and more.

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Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

From the May 2011 issue

The College’s art and artifact collections go online while a Ph.D. student studies the doppelgänger motif in Egon Schiele’s work.

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Books by Alumnae

From the May 2011 issue

Books by Alumnae and Faculty, featured in the May 2011 issue.

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DigiSpeak: A Glossary of the New Lingo

From the May 2011 issue

How do you respond when someone asks, “Want to meet F2F l8r?” Are you up on the latest netiquette for dealing with a bandwidth hog? If these terms are new to you, check out this glossary.

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Ask Moxie

Ask Moxie

From the May 2011 issue

Magda Pecsenye ’94 is the creator of the popular parenting blog Ask Moxie, one of the top mommy blogs.

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Bookstores: An Endangered Species?

Bookstores: An Endangered Species?

From the May 2011 issue

Claire Kirch ’84 reflects on the changes in the publishing industry in this op-ed piece.

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Getting Out the Vote

Getting Out the Vote

From the May 2011 issue

Three alumnae share a passion for enabling every citizen to participate in the fundamental process of democracy.

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Facebook: A Grown-up Backsmoker Diary, Using Our Real Names

Facebook: A Grown-up Backsmoker Diary, Using Our Real Names

From the May 2011 issue

Susan Messina ’86, M.S.S. ’91, M.L.S.P. ’92, an admittedly “very heavy Facebook user”, writes about the effect the social networking site has had on the lives of alumnae.

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President’s Column

President’s Column

From the May 2011 issue

President McAuliffe believes that “Bryn Mawr stands on the threshold of a new era, a time when technology offers us new opportunities to enrich our academic life and to expand our communities beyond our physical borders.”

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People

People

From the May 2011 issue

Arlene Joy Gibson ’65 elected Chair of the Board of Trustees, Susan Sutton ’69 appointed Senior Advisor for International Initiatives, Susan Irene Rotroff ’68 receives the AIA Gold Medal, Hilda Broad ’29 turns 105, and more.

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