GSAS News and Events

News from the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Hannah Ebin Awarded Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s 2015 Graduate Research Poster Session Award

Hannah Ebin, Ph.D. Candidate in the Clinical Developmental Psychology Program, has been awarded for her contribution to the Graduate Research Poster Session at the annual convention of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association. Hannah’s project, entitled “Teaching Number Sense: An Intervention for At-Risk Kindergarten Students,” evaluated the effectiveness of an intervention program with kindergarten students who demonstrated […]

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Andrea Guzzetti, Archaeology PhD ’12, named Collections Development Librarian

Andrea Guzzetti is the new Collections Development Librarian of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Andrea received his PhD in Archaeology in 2012, with a dissertation titled A Walk through the Past: Toward a Study of Archaeological Museums in Italy, Greece, and Israel, directed by Professor A. A. Donohue.

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Congratulations to our 2015 GSAS Graduates!

The following students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences received Ph.D. and M.A. degrees at Bryn Mawr College’s commencement on May 16, 2015. Doctor of Philosophy Johanna Loren Carey Best – Archaeology Clay Matthew Cofer – Archaeology Maeve Kathleen Doyle – History of Art Ryan J. Fealy (December 2014) – Chemistry Eva Govinda […]

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Art Historian Catherine Soussloff (AB ’73, PhD ’82) delivers series of lectures at the College de France

Catherine Soussloff (AB ’73, PhD ’82) was invited as a Visiting Lecturer at the College de France where she delivered a series of lectures on the topic “Michel Foucault on Painting.” The lectures relate to her next book project, Michel Foucault and Painting. Catherine Soussloff is Professor of Art History at the Peter Wall Institute […]

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History of Art Professor Homay King discusses her role in new Met exhibition

The new exhibition from The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, China: Through the Looking Glass, explores the influence of Chinese culture and fashion on Western designers. And the sophistication and sensitivity with which the exhibition presents the complicated nexus of exchange between East and West is, according to a recent article in […]

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