Bryn Mawr College Forms Partnership With Women’s University in Korea

Sun-Uk Kim and Jane McAuliffe

Jane McAuliffe, president of Bryn Mawr College, recently traveled to Asia where she entered into an agreement with Sun-Uk Kim , president of Ewha Women’s University in South Korea. Ewha, founded in 1886, is the world’s largest women’s educational institution, with enrollments of more than 20,000 students.

The agreement calls for student and faculty exchanges between the two women’s educational institutions.

During her trip to Asia, President McAuliffe also met with officials at Zhejiang University in China. A possible collaboration between the two schools is being explored.

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