May 14th, 1:30pm, Stokes Auditorium
Teaching with Technology Forum: Enhancing Pedagogy through Technology. Click here for more information.
April 4th, 4:30pm, Chase Auditorium
Distinguished Visitor Marjorie Agosin, Luella LaMer Slaner Professor in Latin American Studies, Professor of Spanish, Wellesley College
April 8th, 4:30pm, Chase Auditorium
Vincent Denis, Assistant Professor of History, University of Paris, Sorbonne.
April 15th, 4:30pm, KINSC Sharpless Auditorium
Martin Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow; Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.
April 22nd, 4:30pm, Stokes Auditorium
A talk by Erik Davis, freelance author.
April 23rd, 4:30pm, Gest Center 101
Michael Weinstein, Chief Program Officer, The Robin Hood Foundation.
March 27th, 4:30pm, Chase Auditorium
"The Sonic Color-Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening in America" Distinguished Visitor Jennifer Stoever-Ackerman, Assistant Professor of English, Binghamton University.
Thursday, May 16, 2013 9:00AM Common Room
Thursday, April 18, 2013 4:15PM Common Room
Thursday, March 21, 2013 4:15PM Common Room
Thursday, February 21, 2013 4:15PM Common Room
Thursday, January 24, 4:15PM Common Room
Thursday, December 20, 4:15PM Common Room
September 26NEH Summer StipendsNEH is again holding its Summer Stipends competition, and the revised guidelines have been posted on the Endowment's website. The deadline for this year's competition is September 26, 2013. The grant award is $6000.As in the past, we ask that each institution designate one person—usually an academic vice-president or dean—to coordinate the nomination process for its faculty. We strongly suggest that prospective applicants, the nominating official, and others involved in choosing your institution's two nominees familiarize themselves with the guidelines and application instructions located on the NEH website
May 15:Upcoming DAAD Deadline: Research Visit GrantThese grants offer scholars US and Canadian institutions of higher education the opportunity to pursue research in all academic disciplines to pursue research at universities, libraries, archives, institutes or laboratories in Germany for one to three months. Grants are awarded for specific research projects and cannot be used for travel only, attendance at conferences or conventions, editorial meetings, lecture tours or extended guest professorships.
April 15: Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization. Indiana University is proud to announce its Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization (ICCI), which will take place May 19-22, 2013 in Bloomington, IN. This unique institute facilitates the internationalization of your campus or unit, curricula, and/or individual course, to better prepare students to be effective scholars, practitioners, and citizens of the 21st century. The application deadline is April 15.
April 26th: Innovation in Teaching Prize
The Provost's Office will be awarding the Innovation in Teaching Prize again this year. The prize is intended to recognize an innovative course, a novel reconstruction of departmental curricula, or any innovative technique used in one or more classes.
Any member of the standing faculty is eligible for the prize. Please nominate either yourself or a colleague by sending a description of the innovation that you think merits this recognition to my attention by Friday, April 26th. The President and Provost will consult with Academic Council to choose the recipient of this year's award.
March 1: Challenges and Coexistence in Neighboring Cultures Join us in summer 2013 on CIEE's longest running and most popular International Faculty Development Seminar (IFDS), Challenges and Coexistence in Neighboring Cultures, May 27-June 7.
March 1: Regional Faculty and Professional Mellon Research Fellowships CALL FOR APPLICATIONS, 2013–2014, Topic: Violence' The Penn Humanities Forum announces the availability of eight Andrew W. Mellon Regional Research Fellowships in the amount of $5000 for the 2012–2013 academic year.
March 4: NEH Summer Institute on American Material Culture at the Bard Graduate Center. The Bard Graduate Center will host a four-week NEH Summer Institute on American Material Culture in New York City, July 1-26, 2013. The application deadline is March 4, 2013.
Thursday, February 21, 7:00 PM, Zubrow Commons: Faculty from the three divisions have been meeting to discuss visual studies and what it means for Haverford. Now we’d like to hear from students. Data visualization, video production and film studies, digital humanities, etc.—how might new courses, facilities, and student initiatives support both the making and analysis of visual materials?
The John Farnum Professor of Astronomy co-authored a recent paper in The European Physical Journal H that reveals the contribution of little known Austrian physicist Friedrich Hasenöhrl to Einstein's famous equation.
Professor of Psychology Rebecca Compton, with the aid of her students, is expanding scientific knowledge about how the brain works.