Contact & Staff
2014-15 Steering Committee
- Markus Baenziger (Fine Arts)
- Elizabeth Beazley (Mathematics)
- Hank Glassman (East Asian Languages and Cultures)
- Lisa McCormick (Sociology)
- John Mosteller (Institutional Advancement)
Miriam Hwang-Carlos is a sophomore Comparative Literature major focusing in French and Spanish. She loves reading, painting, drawing, sewing, learning languages, and stalking the dogs on Haverford's campus. She spent this past summer at an HCAH sponsored internship in Philly and is excited to keep working with the center this year.
Katy is a New Yorker turned collegiate suburbanite. She likes playing pretty much any sport except basketball, although it is the only sport she enjoys watching. She has a twin sister and they don't look alike. Katy is the Hurford Center's Digital Media Assistant, and she is an English major with a concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Diomand Henry is a freshman potential Psychology major with a minor in Gender studies and a concentration in Peace, Justice and Human Rights. She loves to explore other cultures, food, clothes, and TV. Her favorite author is Khaled Hosseini the author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns. She is looking forward to learning more about the HCAH.
Anna Mehta is a sophomore potential English and Linguistics double major from Auburn, AL. She is excited to explore more of the programs and opportunities offered by the HCAH. She enjoys reading, and theatre, both attending and participating. Shakespeare has held her heart since fourth grade.
CJ Morrison is a senior Anthropology major with a concentration in Gender and Sexuality studies from the San Francisco bay area. He loves to take photos, talk about California, and watch Liz Lemon on 30 Rock. He is excited to work with the HCAH in the future and engage in the center’s programs—he participated in the student seminar Form, Content, and Difficulties in the fall of 2012 and loved it.
Chelsea Richardson is a first-year student with a broad range of interests in the social sciences and humanities. She is from Princeton, New Jersey and is passionate about social issues and political activism. She particularly enjoys literature, dry humor, music, and philosophizing.
Siyan Wang is sophomore potential Math and Linguistics major with East Asian Studies minor. Reading, music ,and movies are the most important elements in her life. She also enjoys talking with different people. She enjoys working in HCAH because she feels it helps her contact more interesting people and activities.