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Research Cruise Asst. Professor of Chemistry Helen White (right) with Katie Sheline '13 aboard a research vessel in the Gulf of Mexico.

Dispatches From the Gulf

Through funding from the KINSC’s travel stipend program, 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 … Continue reading

Matthew Wetherell with Dr. Koop While home in New Hampshire over winter break, Wetherell landed an interview with the retired pediatric surgeon and government figure who now lives in Hanover.

Matt Wetherell ’12 Interviews Former Surgeon General Koop

Matt Wetherell ’12 interviewed former Surgeon General Koop as part of his research for his senior thesis, which uses the role of the Surgeon General as a case study within a broader examination of the ways government bureaus gain and … Continue reading

Alexander Norquist with students Alexander Norquist in his lab with some of the students on his research team.

Faculty Profile: Alex Norquist

Associate Professor of Chemistry Alexander Norquist helped develop an introductory chemistry curriculum and has published 16 research papers with 15 different students as co-authors. Read the Winter 2011 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Sea Turtle Hatchling Thanks to a KINSC Summer Stipend, Elizabeth learned about different approaches to conservation of the Loggerhead Sea Turtle while in Greece.

Sea Turtle Conservation

“I gained insight into the ways in which veterinary science can be combined with conservation biology. Since these are potential career paths and ideas for graduate school, my summer research was a great help in solidifying my desire to explore … Continue reading

Meaghan Ryan '11 Meaghan Ryan '11 wrote her senior thesis on gender, art and power in 16th-century Italy.

CPGC in Venice

“I cannot imagine writing a senior thesis of the same quality without my CPGC experience in Venice. …I felt it was essential to experience the urban environment first hand.” – Meaghan Ryan ’11 The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship … Continue reading

Meaghan Ryan '11 Meaghan Ryan '11 wrote her senior thesis on gender, art and power in 16th-century Italy.

CPGC in Venice

“I cannot imagine writing a senior thesis of the same quality without my CPGC experience in Venice. …I felt it was essential to experience the urban environment first hand.” – Meaghan Ryan ’11 The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship … Continue reading