Category Archives: Students

Bunny sketches by Miriam Hwang-Carlos '17 for the Fringe Festival guide. Bunny sketches by Miriam Hwang-Carlos '17 for the Fringe Festival guide.

Summer Programs – HCAH

The John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities supports students across a range of internships, faculty assistantships, and research projects, including the new Interdisciplinary Documentary Media Fellowship Program in the Gulf of Mexico.

haverford-health-studies-minor "Does violence spread like a disease?" The new Bi-College Multidisciplinary Health Studies Program will allow students to consider a wide variety of issues around health and healthcare in a focused way. Photo: Brad Larrison.

Health Studies

“There are health studies majors and minors developing at colleges across the country, but what makes us distinctive is that we are deliberately multidisciplinary across all three academic areas.”—Associate Professor of Independent College Programs Kaye Edwards

Customs Trust Walk The class of 2017 participates in the Trust Walk—part of Customs Week—around campus. Photo: Brad Larrison.

Customs

Customs is Haverford College’s First-Year Experience program, which includes a five-day orientation immediately preceding the fall semester.

Generative Gardening Squash blossoms in the Haverford Garden. Photo: Alanna Matteson '15.

Garden Internship

The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship‘s Haverford Garden internship encourages students to think creatively about how gardening (or more generally, food) connects to the strictly theoretical work they do in the classroom.

David Roza '15 and Alice Thatcher '14 at weekly Ehaus dinner. Photo by Thom Carroll Photography. David Roza '15 and Alice Thatcher '14 at weekly Ehaus dinner. Photo by Thom Carroll Photography.

David Rosa ’15 – Ehaus and Internship

David Roza ’15, an English major and cross-country member, will spend his summer interning at The Portland Tribune. Roza will work with newsroom staffers to learn journalistic principles and write stories during his internship. He is especially interested in reporting … Continue reading

Braxton shakes hands with President Weiss at Commencement 2014.   “Where They’re Headed” is a series of occasional blog posts reporting on the post-Haverford plans of members of the Class of 2014. Photo by Jim Roese. Braxton shakes hands with President Weiss at Commencement 2014. “Where They’re Headed” is a series of occasional blog posts reporting on the post-Haverford plans of members of the Class of 2014. Photo by Jim Roese.

Where They’re Headed: Mariah Braxton ’14

Where They’re Headed Though many Growth and Structure of Cities majors become urban planners and architects, Mariah Braxton ’14 knew she wanted to pursue a different career path. After receiving guidance from her thesis advisor and Haverford’s Center for Career … Continue reading

2014 Study Abroad photo contest second place winner Ryan Gilliom '15, “Thanksgiving Day Elephant Ride”, Ford Faces category. 2014 Study Abroad photo contest second place winner Ryan Gilliom '15, “Thanksgiving Day Elephant Ride”, Ford Faces category.

2014 Study Abroad Photo Contest – Ford Faces

“Studying abroad enriched my academic experience by exposing me to new perspectives and encouraging me to critically reevaluate my existing intellectual assumptions..” – Ben Wohl ’14 Each year more than 130 Haverford students take advantage of the opportunity to study … Continue reading

Summer interns will be sharing their experiences on the CPGC's Global Citizen blog. Photo by Allie Lake '14, who is interning in Peru. Summer interns will be sharing their experiences on the CPGC's Global Citizen blog. Photo by Allie Lake '14, who is interning in Peru.

CPGC Summer Interns

The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship supports an array of domestic and international summer internships for students that aim to deepen Haverford’s connections with social change organizations and to encourage an integrated approach to pressing social, cultural and ethical … Continue reading