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Fun Facts about 2012 Alumni Awards Recipients

12 Individuals will be honored in a ceremony on Saturday of Alumni Weekend (5/26). Some details about a few of the honored alumni that you might not know:

  • Haverford Award recipient Stephen Lippard '62 was honored at a White House ceremony in 2006 with the nation’s highest science honor: the National Medal of Science.
  • Jeremy Edwards '92 (recipient of the Forman Award) and his company, SportsChallenge facilitated leadership training for 28 of Haverford’s athletic captains in 6 seminars over the 2011–12 academic year. And this summer Edwards leads the National Coaches Institute on campus at Haverford.
  • Before becoming a food writer and author of the critically acclaimed cookbook Ripe, Cheryl Sternman Rule '92 (winner of the MacIntosh Award) was a philosophy major, a Justice Department employee, a Peace Corps volunteer, a graduate student and a stay-at-home mom. Read her blog post about how it all (eventually) came together for her, and check out where she’ll be signing books.
  • Based on research in his laboratory at the U. of Wisconsin, Haverford Award recipient James Dahlberg '62 co-founded a biotechnology company that developed assays now being used diagnose cervical and colon cancers. Watch Dahlberg talk about his career in science.

Remember to register for Alumni Weekend by April 27 to get a discount on the registration fee. Registration closes May 11. Visit fords.haverford.edu for details—and to see if you know someone who is planning to attend!

Alums build on CPGC projects in collaborative Plums for Trash exhibition

Past CPGC grant recipients Christina Freeman '05 and anthropologist Elana Resnick ’05 are collaborating on a performance work. The exhibition builds on Resnick’s CPGC-funded undergraduate work in Bulgaria, where she expanded her doctoral research, and Freeman has since joined her. Plums for Trash invited visitors to trade unwanted things ("waste”) at the Red House Centre for Culture and Debate in Sophia. Freeman brings these new Bulgarian “trash” objects " to New York for her Hunter MFA thesis exhibition, where visitors will be invited to bring their own “trash” for trading. Take part and support our alums!

May 16–June 6
Times Square Gallery
Hunter College MFA building
450 W. 41st St., New York, NY

Opening: May 16, 6:00–8:00 p.m.

Students cross in front of Founders Hall.

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