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"I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography "I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography

Beyond Borders

Whether doing scholarly research on “ethical loneliness,” interviewing philosophers for the magazine The Believer, or directing the College’s peace, justice, and human rights concentration, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jill Stauffer crosses disciplines and reaches out to audiences beyond the campus. … Continue reading

Reema Keswani '96 in her Manhattan showroom. Photo: Roy Groething Reema Keswani '96 in her Manhattan showroom. Photo: Roy Groething

A Gem of a Career

Reema Keswani ’96 was a French and sociology double major who followed her passion and created a socially conscious jewelry line, Golconda Jewelry. Read the Alumni Profile in the Fall 2013 Haverford magazine »

"I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography "I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography

Beyond Borders

Whether doing scholarly research on “ethical loneliness,” interviewing philosophers for the magazine The Believer, or directing the College’s peace, justice, and human rights concentration, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jill Stauffer crosses disciplines and reaches out to audiences beyond the campus. … Continue reading

Terrence Johnson The intersection of religion and politics is Assistant Professor of Religion Terrence Johnson's forte.

When Worlds Collide

“A professor such as Terrence Johnson is unusual not only in his ability to foster an intellectual community within class but also in his desire to create a more moral society within the Haverford community-at-large.“—Elana Bloomfield ’08 Read the Faculty … Continue reading

Associate Professor of Physics Peter Love, Haverford College “In non-major science courses, we’re trying to give an understanding of science to people who are not going to be scientists, but who might very well be policy makers or have an impact on the world in other ways,” says Love. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography.

Faculty Profile: Peter Love

Associate Professor of Physics Peter Love not only trains future scientists in the intricacies of quantum mechanics, he helps non-science majors acquire a concept of the field as well. Read the Spring/Summer 2013 Faculty Profile in Haverford magazine »

Associate Professor of Physics Peter Love, Haverford College “In non-major science courses, we’re trying to give an understanding of science to people who are not going to be scientists, but who might very well be policy makers or have an impact on the world in other ways,” says Love. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography.

Faculty Profile: Peter Love

Associate Professor of Physics Peter Love not only trains future scientists in the intricacies of quantum mechanics, he helps non-science majors acquire a concept of the field as well. Read the Spring/Summer 2013 Faculty Profile in Haverford magazine »

Robert Germany Germany teaches Latin and Greek language classes, as well as courses on topics like the ancient novel, Latin literature and ancient comedy. Photo: Thom Carroll.

All Roads Lead to Rome

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 »

Robert Germany Germany teaches Latin and Greek language classes, as well as courses on topics like the ancient novel, Latin literature and ancient comedy. Photo: Thom Carroll.

All Roads Lead to Rome

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 »

Terrence Johnson The intersection of religion and politics is Assistant Professor of Religion Terrence Johnson's forte.

When Worlds Collide

“A professor such as Terrence Johnson is unusual not only in his ability to foster an intellectual community within class but also in his desire to create a more moral society within the Haverford community-at-large.“—Elana Bloomfield ’08 Read the Winter … Continue reading

Terrence Johnson The intersection of religion and politics is Assistant Professor of Religion Terrence Johnson's forte.

When Worlds Collide

“A professor such as Terrence Johnson is unusual not only in his ability to foster an intellectual community within class but also in his desire to create a more moral society within the Haverford community-at-large.“—Elana Bloomfield ’08 Read the Winter … Continue reading