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James Evans Rhoads
James E. Rhoads.jpg
1st President of Bryn Mawr College
In office
Succeeded by M. Carey Thomas
Personal details
Born 1828
Died 1895
Nationality American
Known for Educator

James Evans Rhoads (1828–1895) was an American educator and administrator, first president of Bryn Mawr College.


Rhoads became president in 1884 before it was officially inaugurated on September 23, 1885.[1] Before this time, the college served as a Quaker school for girls, but Rhoads helped establish Bryn Mawr as an internationally respected, non-denominational school. It was the first higher education institution to offer graduate degrees, including doctorates, to women. The first class included 36 undergraduate women and eight graduate students. At the founding Rhoads gave a brief speech honoring Joseph W. Taylor, Bryn Mawr's original founder. Rhoads served until 1894.[1] James E. Rhoads Hall was named after him.[2]

M. Carey Thomas followed him as the second president of the college.


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