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Elizabeth Mosier ’84 Publishes The Playgroup

Posted October 18, 2011
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Elizabeth Mosier ’84 (her classmates may know her as “Libby”) is celebrating the publication of The Playgroup, a new novella published as part of Gemma Media’s “Open Door” series. The series is described by Gemma as “an innovative program of original works by some of our most beloved modern writers, originally designed in Ireland to promote […]

Positive Reviews for The Volunteers’ Guide to Fundraising by Ilona Bray ’84

Posted July 21, 2011
book cover: The Volunteers

Nolo, an organization devoted to making law accessible to all, recently published The Volunteers’ Guide to Fundraising: Raise Money for Your School, Team, Library or Community Group by Ilona Bray ’84. Early reactions to the book are positive, including a rave review from Fore Word, which calls it a “comprehensive volume” that “leaves virtually no […]

Publication Prize Honors GSAS Alumna, Former Dean Mary Maples Dunn

Posted May 11, 2010
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The William and Mary Quarterly has established a new prize to honor Mary Maples Dunn, M.A ’56, Ph.D. ’59. The Mary Maples Dunn Prize will honor the best article in early American women’s history by an untenured scholar published in the William and Mary Quarterly that uses gender as a primary analytical category. After earning […]

Janet Ozzard ’85 Takes Helm at DailyCandy

Posted March 30, 2010
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Janet Ozzard ’85 has been named editor-in-chief of DailyCandy.com, an e-mail tastemaker publication that reaches 3 million subscribers with daily editions focusing on 11 U.S. cities and London as well as an “Everywhere” edition featuring online picks; and 15 weekly editions including  12 local DailyCandy Kids editions, a national kids’ edition, a travel edition, and […]

GSAS Alum John Humphrey Becomes Seventh BMC Archaeology Grad to Win AIA’s Highest Honor

Posted March 3, 2010
Photo of John Humphrey

Bryn Mawr’s famed Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology added an entry to its long list of laurels last month when alumnus John Humphrey, Ph.D. ’75, became the seventh graduate of the department to win the Archaeological Institute of America’s Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement. Two other winners of the award were […]