Taking the theme “Play. Power. Production.”, Re:Humanities ’14 featured interdisciplinary presentations by undergraduates theorizing relationships between new digital technologies and the webs of power and access that surround them.
Research conducted in the lab of Associate Professor of Biology Iruka Okeke has changed the thinking about E. coli. Read the Faculty Profile in Haverford magazine »
The Committee for Environmental Responsibility (CER) was created by the students, faculty and staff of Haverford College and founded on the socially responsible principles of the college.
Investigating a Changing Climate Ford scientists are spanning the globe (and modeling it on supercomputers) to develop new ways of studying climate change. Their aim: to gain a deeper understanding of Earth’s past and present in order to better predict … Continue reading
Alumni Weekend May 30—June 1, 2014 “Reunions remind me why I fell in love with Haverford originally. While reliving fun times with old friends, I’m gaining a new appreciation of the College’s beliefs and traditions through adult eyes.” – Hilary … Continue reading
If Instagram is your preferred social media site, then you’re in luck! The College has an Instagram account at “haverfordedu,” so please follow us there. Don’t forget to tag all your Haverford-related Instagram pics with the hashtag #HaverfordCollege!
“Studying abroad enriched my academic experience through 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
The Army Specialized Training Program (or A.S.T.P.) included basic engineering, foreign area and language studies, which were taught at Haverford in 1943 and 1944, as part of the program to add non-combatant service students during World War II.
The Fine Arts at Haverford emphasize the individual. Studio classes are small and all students—from beginners to declared majors—receive individual, focused instruction, and are encouraged to develop the physical and critical skills necessary to create art.
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship supports a range of domestic and international opportunities for students and faculty that stand at the nexus of liberal arts learning, critical reflection and social action.
Haverford’s serene campus is a nationally recognized arboretum with 400 species of trees and shrubs, a 3.5-acre duck pond, gardens and wooded areas.
Once plagued by “brain drain”, Haverford’s big city neighbor has become an increasingly popular post-commencement destination for the College’s grads many of whom are working to better life for all in their adopted hometown. Read “Fords in Philly” in the … Continue reading