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Jordan Salcito '02, beverage director for the Momofuku restaurant group, launched her own wine label, Bellus, in 2012. Photo: Dan Z. Johnson. Jordan Salcito '02, beverage director for the Momofuku restaurant group, launched her own wine label, Bellus, in 2012. Photo: Dan Z. Johnson.

The Long and Wining Road

Five Fords who make, sell, champion, and study wine have found that following their hearts in the direction of an oenophile career—or business venture—has opened up a world of opportunities. Read the feature article in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of … Continue reading

Jordan Salcito '02, beverage director for the Momofuku restaurant group, launched her own wine label, Bellus, in 2012. Photo: Dan Z. Johnson. Jordan Salcito '02, beverage director for the Momofuku restaurant group, launched her own wine label, Bellus, in 2012. Photo: Dan Z. Johnson.

The Long and Wining Road

Five Fords who make, sell, champion, and study wine have found that following their hearts in the direction of an oenophile career—or business venture—has opened up a world of opportunities. Read the feature article in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of … Continue reading

Sand Patties The group collected sand patties--the residue of oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill--during the trip.

Helen K White Lab

Assistant professor of chemistry Helen K. White led a research trip from Pennsacola, Florida to New Orleans, Louisiana. The trip was funded by the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center and is just one example of student and faculty collaboration.

Alex Norquist with Students Associate Professor of Chemistry Alex Norquist and his students have co-authored scholarly papers published in leading chemistry journals.

Student and Faculty Collaboration

Student-faculty collaboration is a manifestation of core Haverford values such as trust, concern and respect by–and for–each participant. The Annual Fund supports opportunities for collaboration both in and out of the classroom.

Research Cruise White and her students recently blogged while attending (and presenting at) the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference.

Return to the Gulf

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.