A Lifetime of Impact
How might you Bryn Mawr? Explore some inroads below.
Living our Best Life
Camillah Canty '23
Canty, a Literatures in English major with minors in psychology and Africana studies, has been selected as one of the 50 members of the Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) Global Cohort.
Charlotte McDermott '23
McDermott is the first Bryn Mawr student to be named a James C. Gaither Junior Fellow by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Eden Valdivieso '23
Valdivieso, a French and International Studies double major, will travel to Morocco as a Boren Scholar.
Some Bryn Mawr graduates engage in long, rewarding careers while others reinvent themselves many times over. Learn about how our alumnae/i find and define success throughout their lives.
Steeped in History
Established in 1885, Bryn Mawr was founded to offer a more rigorous education than any then available to women. Like many projects of late 19th-century Progressive thinkers, this bold vision embodied emancipatory potential and deep contradictions.