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Whiting Fellowship Winners: Johanna Best (Archaeology) and Maeve Doyle (History of Art)

Posted November 4, 2014

This year’s Whiting Fellows in the Humanities are Maeve Doyle (History of Art) and Johanna Best (Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology).  The Graduate Group in Archaeology, Classics and History of Art celebrated the recipients at its annual Whiting Fellows Presentation, October 21, 2014. The Fellows presented on their dissertation research and answered questions from a […]

Summer Internship Spotlight: Kathryn Bryant and Hannah Schwartz

Posted September 8, 2014

Pictured: Kathryn Bryant at CTY with her class, flashing the “theorem proved” sign! Mathematics graduate students Hannah Schwartz and Kathryn Bryant served as teaching assistants for the Center for Talented Youth (CTY). CTY brings exceptionally bright middle- and high-schoolers together for three-week intensive academic programs. Graduate students, professors, teachers, and other professionals then teach undergraduate-level […]

GSAS Alumna to join National Academy

Posted February 6, 2014

Naomi Halas, M.A. ‘84 and Ph. D. ‘87 in physics at Bryn Mawr College, was elected to join the National Academy of Engineering for her research in nanoscale engineering of optical resonances and lineshapes.  Prof. Halas is currently the Stanley C. Moore Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and holds appointments as Professor of Biomedical […]

Whiting Fellowship Presentations-Tuesday, October 29

Posted October 25, 2013

Presentations by this year’s Whiting Fellows, Johanna Gosse (HArt) and Eleanor Mulhern (Classics). Tuesday, October 29, at 5 p.m., Carpenter B21. Reception from 6-7 p.m. in Carpenter atrium.

Chemists present research in Portugal

Posted September 11, 2013

Sharon Burgmayer, W. Alton Jones Professor of Chemistry, and graduate students Benjamin Williams and Douglas Gisewhite traveled to Sintra, Portugal to participate in the international Conference on Molybdenum and Tungsten Enzymes.  Both Prof. Burgmayer, who co-chaired the conference, and Ben Williams were invited to speak to present recent results from the Burgmayer labs.

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