Recently released results of the Planck space telescope’s sky survey are giving us a whole new picture of the universe. Ben Walter ’13 has been working with Emeritus Professor of Astronomy Bruce Partridge to sharpen scientists’ reports on the game-changing data.
A new book by musicologist Richard Freedman explores Music in the Renaissance.
Rodriques is the third Haverford student to win the highly competitive Churchill Scholarship since the College was invited into the program in 2007. The scholarship funds graduate study in the sciences, engineering and math at Cambridge University.
Starace, who studied abroad in Berlin last spring, is returning to Germany to teach English next year.
The John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities is funding an array of local and national internships and independent research projects for 16 Haverford students.
The political science and Russian double major will use the scholarship to enhance her Russian language skills in a program at Saint Petersburg State University.
The Fulbright funding will allow Goff to spend a year working in a neuroscience lab at the University of Bergen, in Norway.
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship will fund 63 bi-co students to do domestic and international internships, and research this summer focusing on education and action around contemporary issues of global significance.
Haverford's campus is an arboretum with 19 state champion trees and approximately 3.25 trees for every student.
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