bibliography
NNDB
This is a beta version of NNDB
Search: for

Bryn Mawr College

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Women's liberal arts college.

Location:
Bryn Mawr, PA

Founding Date:
1885

Enrollment:
1500

Official Website:
http://www.brynmawr.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Renata Adler
Journalist
19-Oct-1938   Gone: The Last Days of the New Yorker
Merribel S. Ayres
Business
c. 1951   Lighthouse Consulting Group
Emily Greene Balch
Activist
8-Jan-1867 9-Jan-1961 Peace activist, Nobel Prize recipient
Susan Blanchard
Socialite
1928   Wife of Henry Fonda, Richard Widmark
Betsy Z. Cohen
Business
c. 1942   CEO of RAIT Investment Trust, 1997-2006
Jill M. Considine
Business
c. 1944   Chairman of Depository Trust Company, 1998-2006
Rhonda Copelon
Attorney
15-Sep-1944   Law Professor at CUNY
Drew Gilpin Faust
Educator
18-Sep-1947   President of Harvard University
Martha Gellhorn
Journalist
8-Nov-1908 15-Feb-1998 War correspondent
Hanna Holborn Gray
Educator
25-Oct-1930   President, University of Chicago, 1978-93
Edith Hamilton
Educator
12-Aug-1867 31-May-1963 The Greek Way
Ann Harding
Actor
7-Aug-1901 1-Sep-1981 Holiday
H. D.
Poet
10-Sep-1886 27-Sep-1961 Imagist poet, Sea Garden
Katharine Hepburn
Actor
12-May-1907 29-Jun-2003 The Philadelphia Story
Linda A. Hill
Educator
c. 1957   Harvard Business School
Marianne Moore
Poet
15-Nov-1887 5-Feb-1972 Collected Poems
Paul Elmer More
Scholar
12-Dec-1864 9-Mar-1937 Shelburne Essays
Shirley D. Peterson
Attorney
3-Sep-1941   Attorney, Steptoe & Johnson
Alice Rivlin
Economist
4-Mar-1931   Founding director, Congressional Budget Office
Ilana D. Rovner
Judge
21-Aug-1938   7th Circuit Court of Appeals
Lisa Schiffren
Activist
c. 1960   Former Quayle speechwriter
Allyson Schwartz
Politician
3-Oct-1948   Congresswoman, Pennsylvania 13th
Elaine Showalter
Critic
21-Jan-1941   Lead alpha Gynocritic
Maggie Siff
Actor
21-Jun-1974   Tara Knowles on Sons of Anarchy
Cornelia Otis Skinner
Actor
30-May-1899 9-Jul-1979 Paris '90
Nettie Stevens
Biologist
7-Jul-1861 4-May-1912 X and Y chromosomes
Mary Thom
Editor
3-Jun-1944 26-Apr-2013 Executive Editor of Ms., 1990-92

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles McLean Andrews
Historian
22-Feb-1863 9-Sep-1943 The Colonial Period of American History
Robert A. Corrigan
Educator
21-Apr-1935   President, San Francisco State University
Ross Granville Harrison
Zoologist
13-Jan-1870 30-Sep-1959 Embryology and tissue culture techniques
Richmond Lattimore
Poet
6-May-1906 26-Feb-1984 Translator of Iliad and Odyssey
Jacques Loeb
Doctor
7-Apr-1859 11-Feb-1924 Investigator of artificial parthenogenesis
Thomas H. Morgan
Scientist
25-Sep-1866 4-Dec-1945 Fruit fly chromosomes and heredity
Judith Shapiro
Educator
24-Jan-1942   President, Barnard College
Nettie Stevens
Biologist
7-Jul-1861 4-May-1912 X and Y chromosomes
Edmund Beecher Wilson
Biologist
19-Oct-1856 3-Mar-1939 X and Y chromosomes
Woodrow Wilson
Head of State
28-Dec-1856 3-Feb-1924 28th US President, 1913-21

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward G. Boehne
Business
c. 1941   CEO of FRB Philadelphia, 1981-2000
Michael C. Davidson
Business
?   Chief Marketing Officer of State Farm
Drew Gilpin Faust
Educator
18-Sep-1947   President of Harvard University
Linda A. Hill
Educator
c. 1957   Harvard Business School
Tony Ibargüen
Business
c. 1959   President of Tech Data, 1996-99
Shirley D. Peterson
Attorney
3-Sep-1941   Attorney, Steptoe & Johnson
R. Anderson Pew
Business
c. 1937   Former Sunoco executive
Judith Shapiro
Educator
24-Jan-1942   President, Barnard College
Harris Wofford
Politician
9-Apr-1926   US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1991-95


Do you know something we don't?
Submit a correction or make a comment about this profile



Copyright ©2013 Soylent Communications

NNDB MAPPER


The Grey Lady


Requires Flash 7+ and Javascript.


Bibliographies

NNDB has added thousands of bibliographies for people, organizations, schools, and general topics, listing more than 50,000 books and 120,000 other kinds of references. They may be accessed by the "Bibliography" tab at the top of most pages, or via the "Related Topics" box in the sidebar. Please feel free to suggest books that might be critical omissions.