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Japanese_Music_Fest The Tamagawa University Taiko Dance Group performed as part of the Spring Japanese Music Festival, organized by Hank Glassman. Photo: Brad Larrison.

Faculty Profile: Hank Glassman

“His teaching style encourages student participation, student interactions and in-class activities that are not just lectures.”—Grace Park ’12 More than 25 years after first laying eyes on a cloth-draped stone statue in Japan, Associate Professor of East Asian Studies Hank … Continue reading

Craig Borowiak Associate Professor of Political Science Craig Borowiak with Christine Letts ’12, who worked with him to create the Solidarity Economy webpage.

Looking at Globalization’s New Connections

From the solidarity economy to the global economy, Craig Borowiak helps his students understand the realities—and possibilities—of the worldwide flow of goods and services, capital and influence. Read the Fall 2011 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Professor Rebecca Compton Professor of Psychology Rebecca Compton routinely puts her skills as a standout on full display. Photo: Thom Carroll.

A Cognitive Neuroscientist in the Classroom

Professor of Psychology Rebecca Compton, with the aid of her students, is expanding scientific knowledge about how the brain works. Read the Fall 2012 Faculty Profile in Haverford magazine »

Professor Rebecca Compton Professor of Psychology Rebecca Compton routinely puts her skills as a standout on full display. Photo: Thom Carroll.

A Cognitive Neuroscientist in the Classroom

Professor of Psychology Rebecca Compton, with the aid of her students, is expanding scientific knowledge about how the brain works. Read the Fall 2012 Faculty Profile in Haverford magazine »

Hank Glassman Hank Glassman with a Jizō statue (center) in the College’s Japanese garden.

Faculty Profile: Hank Glassman

More than 25 years after first laying eyes on a cloth-draped stone statue in Japan, Associate Professor of East Asian Studies Hank Glassman publishes his book on Buddhist deity Jizō. Read the Spring/Summer 2012 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Wendy Sternberg Wendy Sternberg and Emily Alspector '08 observe a stained slice of mouse brain as part of the senior thesis experience.

Faculty Profile: Wendy Sternberg

Students interested in studying the nervous system can declare a concentration in Neural and Behavioral Sciences (NBS). Professor Wendy Sternberg’s behavioral neuroscience lab focuses on nervous system mechanisms of pain and pain inhibition in laboratory mice and Haverford athletes.

Hank Glassman Hank Glassman with a Jizō statue (center) in the College’s Japanese garden.

Faculty Profile: Hank Glassman

More than 25 years after first laying eyes on a cloth-draped stone statue in Japan, Associate Professor of East Asian Studies Hank Glassman publishes his book on Buddhist deity Jizō. Read the Spring/Summer 2012 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Craig Borowiak Associate Professor of Political Science Craig Borowiak with Christine Letts ’12, who worked with him to create the Solidarity Economy webpage.

Looking at Globalization’s New Connections

From the solidarity economy to the global economy, Craig Borowiak helps his students understand the realities—and possibilities—of the worldwide flow of goods and services, capital and influence. Read the Fall 2011 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Wendy Sternberg Wendy Sternberg and Emily Alspector '08 observe a stained slice of mouse brain as part of the senior thesis experience.

Faculty Profile: Wendy Sternberg

Students interested in studying the nervous system can declare a concentration in Neural and Behavioral Sciences (NBS). Faculty members in the Bi-College NBS program conduct research on a range of topics in neuroscience from molecular neurobiology to cognitive neuroscience. Professor … Continue reading