Faculty Profile: Erica Graham ’04

Faculty Profile: Erica Graham ’04

From the June 2017 issue

An applied mathematician who focuses on biological problems, Erica Graham ’04 uses math to tackle questions posed by biology.

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Are You Good?

Are You Good?

From the June 2017 issue

Two Bryn Mawr undergraduates take a cross-cultural look at moral licensing.

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President’s Message

From the June 2017 issue

President Cassidy on the arts at Bryn Mawr.

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Art and the Intellect

Art and the Intellect

From the June 2017 issue

A conversation with artist and Fulbright scholar Mariam Souali about her creative and academic work.

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The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory

From the June 2017 issue

A physics major (with a double minor 
in astronomy and French), Leigh Schaefer ’13 is now working at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.

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Math in Action

From the June 2017 issue

A 2004 magna cum laude graduate of Bryn Mawr, Erica Graham ’04 has returned to campus to teach mathematics.

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Factories of Failure

Factories of Failure

From the June 2017 issue

No one who has spent any time in a youth prison can walk away without seeing it as anything but a factory of failure.

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Transcendentalism

From the June 2017 issue

Bringing her cast of characters with her, Tony and Obie Award–winning playwright Sarah Jones ’95 came back to Bryn Mawr.

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Living as LBGTQIA+

Living as LBGTQIA+

From the June 2017 issue

A spring conference brought together current students and members of the College’s LGBTQIA+ Affinity Group.

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The Power of the Pipeline

The Power of the Pipeline

From the June 2017 issue

With its long tradition of preparing students for academic careers, BMC was a natural for the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program, which aims to diversify the professoriate. Scores of Mellon Mays fellows have graduated from the College and gone on to earn advanced degrees and pursue distinguished academic and professional careers.Bryn Mawr has often been at the forefront of movements toward equality in higher education. Time and again, that impetus comes from students who challenge the institution they love to love them back even more Read more

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