Through the combined arts program with Bryn Mawr, Haverford offers more breadth and depth than the typical small college for students who want to participate in the arts on any level as part of their college experience.
“A professor such as Terrence Johnson is unusual not only in his ability to foster an intellectual community within class but also in his desire to create a more moral society within the Haverford community-at-large.“—Elana Bloomfield ’08 Read the Faculty … Continue reading
Gerald Cyrus: Portrait Of Camden In Photographs 2001–2008 Through December 1, 2013 The Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Arts Center A series of 35 black-and-white portraits that tell the story of the small, post-industrial East Coast city of Camden. Details »
Haverford’s rigorous academic program focuses on individual growth, intellectual exploration and pushing the boundaries of each discipline. Most classes are taught seminar style with an emphasis on discussion and debate.
The Writing Center at Haverford College fosters a culture of writing that includes conversation with peers and faculty members at all stages of the writing process.
Associate Professor of Physics Peter Love not only trains future scientists in the intricacies of quantum mechanics, he helps non-science majors acquire a concept of the field as well. Read the Spring/Summer 2013 Faculty Profile in Haverford magazine »
Through the combined arts program with Bryn Mawr College, Haverford offers more breadth and depth than the typical small college for students who want to participate in the arts on any level as part of their college experience.
Haverford’s student-faculty ratio is 8:1 and 97% of our full time faculty hold the highest degree in their field. With half the faculty living on campus, mentoring and commitment to excellence in teaching are cornerstones of the Haverford experience.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Joshua Schrier, Associate Professor of Chemistry Alexander Norquist, and Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science Sorelle Friedler (right to left) have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $299,998 for their proposal, “The Dark Reaction … Continue reading
The Mellon Creative Residencies Program ignites vibrant engagements between students, faculty, and visiting artists through sustained, dynamic residencies, inside the classroom and out. This fall Haverford hosts a group of renowned artists who will explore topics ranging from memory and … Continue reading
Philosophy at Haverford aims as far as possible to reflect the richness, diversity, and reflexivity of philosophical inquiry.
Astronomy students get the chance to explore the Universe using telescopes like the one shown here, at Kitt Peak National Observatory. Postdoctoral scholar John Bochanski captured this image on a recent trip, where he and Assistant Professor of Astronomy Beth … Continue reading