Haverford faculty members are internationally recognized thought-leaders dedicated to working closely with undergraduates. At large research institutions, it can be difficult to connect with your professors—but the experience here is designed to maximize the amount of time students spend in direct collaboration with faculty. 61% our faculty live on campus, allowing them to develop strong, supportive ties and undertake in-depth research with their students.
faculty living on campus.
Waldman talks about his two new books—"The God in Us" and "What Is God in Us?"—that were sparked in part by an "experience of the divine" he had as a young man.
The assistant professor of history took the 2015 Spiro Kostof Book Award honorable mention for Covert Capital: Landscapes of Denial and the Making of U.S. Empire in the Suburbs of Northern Virginia.
The associate professor of political science joined leading scholars from North America and Europe to discuss ways to counter violent extremism. A report on the event was published on Post-Gazette.com.
The associate professor of physics and astronomy talks about her research on how goshawks pursue their prey.