As a Ford, you automatically stand out in the world, and are better able to inform, heal, and improve it.
Financier Michael ByungJu Kim ’85 spent 23 years working on his debut novel, Offerings, which is full of insider knowledge of financial negotiations as well as references to the literature that shaped him as a Haverford English major.
Jacob Lowy '14, a Haverford political science major, writes about pivoting his career to medicine during a global pandemic.
Dana Nichols '14 writes about her journey from childhood ballet student to Haverford College student to professional dancer and writer of a recent piece in "Dance Magazine" about blackface in ballet.
A participant in Haverford and Caltech’s joint 3-2 engineering program, the mathematics major and environmental studies minor has finished his Caltech education and is now developing climate change models.
The physics major is moving to London to further his career in real estate financing.
The history major and education studies minor is participating in City Year Denver, mentoring, tutoring, and supporting students.
Psychology and fine arts double major Sarah Jesup ’20 is working in resource development and communications at the See Forever Foundation in D.C. through AmericaCorp VISTA.
Four new funds will support research by students underrepresented in STEM fields, internships in Philadelphia focused on justice and equity, anti-racism research and teaching at Haverford, and LGBTQIA+ student support.
The philosophy major is traveling to Shanghai to further her passion for education and helping others develop their communication skills.
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