“He changed the way I look at the function and importance of literature—and really of the humanities as a whole—for society.” — Shamie Sahandy ’05 Professor of English Kim Benston finds in the humanities a means to draw connections across … Continue reading
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
The Fogel Collection: A Collection Within a Collection May 31 to October 6, 2013 Marshall Fine Arts Center, Atrium Gallery Forty images from the Fogel Collection are on display in an exhibition of the best that is photography, thanks to … Continue reading
Virtually all our Physics & Astronomy majors engage in cutting-edge research, working closely with faculty in fields such as biophysics, quantum computers, cosmology, quantum gravity, fluid dynamics, nanoscience and extra-galactic astronomy.
Through funding from the KINSC, Katie Sheline ’13 was able to join Environmental chemist Helen White as part of a team of scientists on a research cruise that studied the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Assistant Professor of Classics Robert Germany makes the past come to life as a way to understand the present. Read the Winter 2013 Faculty Profile in Haverford magazine »
The Tri-College Environmental Studies Program offers students across the three campuses an interdisciplinary approach to some of the crucial issues of our time.
The Fogel Collection: A Collection Within a Collection May 31 to October 6, 2013 Marshall Fine Arts Center, Atrium Gallery Forty of the compelling images from the Fogel Collection will be on display in this exhibition, representing the best that … Continue reading
“I gained insight into the ways in which veterinary science can be combined with conservation biology. Since these are potential career paths and ideas for graduate school, my summer research was a great help in solidifying my desire to explore … Continue reading
The Math Question Center is an informal gathering place where students work in groups on math homework and get assistance when they need it. It is staffed five evenings each week by mathematics faculty and majors.
Astronomy Night April 26, 7:30 p.m. Strawbridge Observatory Join us for a night of stargazing and scientific exploration featuring hands-on activities, astronomical crafts and telescope observing. Part of the Philadelphia Science Festival. Event Details »
Recently released results of the Planck space telescope’s sky survey are giving us a whole new picture of the universe. Classics major Ben Walter ’13 has been working with Emeritus Professor of Astronomy Bruce Partridge to sharpen scientists’ reports on … Continue reading