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Class of 2020

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Class of 2020

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Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science

Haverford seniors have the opportunity to engage in a senior project that allows them to exercise the analytic, theoretic, and creative skills that they have developed during their years at the College. The titles of these theses, performances, and fine arts portfolios (if submitted by the senior) will appear below each name.

Anthropology

  • Lillian Joelle Alonzo, with a Minor in Health Studies
    An Exploration of Identity Formation Through Service: POC Volunteers' Experience on Short-Term Medical Missions
  • Travis Gary Jamoi Grant
    In the Talented Tenth We Trust? Achieving Aspiration(s), Bridging the Gap, and Setting the Table
  • Lev Aaron Emmanuel Greenstein, with a Minor in Psychology, a Minor in Spanish, and a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
  • Kaitlyn Guild, with a Minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies
    Beyond the Body: A Disruption of Mainstream Conceptions of Eating Disorders
  • Anne Carole Kennedy, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Extracting Truth from Fiction: Young Adult Literature as Ethnographic Data
  • Rachel Kline, with a second Major in History of Art at Bryn Mawr College and a Minor in Italian and Italian Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    “When All the Graves Were Full:" Anthropological Confrontations at The Triumph of Death of Pisa
  • Lina Klose
    Building a Community of Comfort: An Ethnographic Investigation of One Nonprofit’s Engagement With Private Individual Donors
  • Katie Leiferman, with a Minor in Spanish and a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
    Constricting Asylum Law to Progress Political Power: Making a Case for Legal Precedent as a Vehicle for Social Change
  • Leslie Patricia Luqueño, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Following My Migrant Legacy: Toward an Autoethnographic Framework That Reimagines the Transition to College as a Migration
  • Lia McClain
    Witchy Business: Witchcraft and Economic Transformation in Salem, Massachusetts
  • Leif Parente, with a Minor in Educational Studies
  • Mariana Ramirez, with a Concentration in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies
    Weaving a Web of Context: a Critical Analysis of the Sepur Zarco Trial in Post-Conflict Guatemala
  • Brittany Nicole Robinson, with a Minor in Health Studies, a Concentration in African and Africana Studies, and a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights,
    Love is a Two-Way Street: The Power of Archives and Re-Remembering Black Women at Haverford College
  • Kelsey Rae Smith, with a Minor in Health Studies
    "Si dios quiere:" Instability, Sustainability, and Wellness in a Vermont Migrant Worker Health Clinic
  • Joseph Spir Rechani, with a Minor in Spanish, a Minor in Visual Studies, and a Concentration in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies
    ¿Majestad Negra? Understanding Puerto Rican Racial Politics in Philadelphia through Diasporic Performances of Bomba
  • Barbara Denise Thomas
    Addressing Maternal Health in 21st-Century America: An Exploration of Risk, Motherhood, and Reclamation
  • Rosa Maria Urquiza, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Sana Sana: Healing Modalities, Community Power, and Health Disparities
  • Cooper Vaughn
  • Paige Walton, with a second Major in Religion
    YSA, Why I Stay: An Exploration of Belief, Ritual, Practice, and Policy in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Anthropology at Bryn Mawr College

  • Pamela Gonzalez Vanegas, with a second Major in Biology at Bryn Mawr College
    Human Impact and Parasitic Load in Owl Monkeys (Aotus lemurinus) Within City Limits in Colombia

Astronomy

  • Sydney Dorman, with a second Major in Physics amd a Minor in Africana Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    mPTA: Options for Observing Modes in the SKA Era
  • Dominick Michael Rowan, with a second Major in Physics
    A NICER View of the X-Ray Background
  • Elizabeth Teng, with a second Major in Physics
    Surrogate Modeling of Protoplanetary Disk SEDs: I Can't Believe It's Not Radiative Transfer!

Astrophysics

  • Sam Ditkovsky, with a Minor in Philosophy
    Modeling the Effects of Observational Uncertainty for Earth-Analog Kepler-452b

Biology

  • Marisa Gabrielle Antinori, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Investigating the Effects of the Microtubule Motor Protein Kinesin14 (AtKin14) on Recombination in A. thaliana
  • Rod Beale, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
  • Juliana Benitez, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Investigating the Function of blpY, blpZ, and pncP in the blp Regulon of Streptococcus pneumoniae
  • Lily Bennett, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
    Responses of Ginkgo biloba to 21st- and 22nd-Century Anthropogenic Climate Change: Implications for Its Reliability as a Paleoclimate Proxy
  • Anna-Sophia Capizzi, with a Minor in Fine Arts
    Fluorescent In situ Hybridization for the Visualization of Heterochromatic Knobs in Zea mays
  • Sarah Mittelmeier Curtis, with a Minor in Health Studies and a Minor in Dance at Bryn Mawr College
    Dissecting the Mechanisms of the Sleep/Pain Interaction in Drosophila: An Insight Into Chronic Pain Treatment
  • Harika Sai Dabbara, with a Minor in Psychology
    The Role of Insulin Signaling in the Pain Regulation of Diabetic Fly Models
  • Megan Mary Furch, with a Minor in Religion
  • Julia Gallagher-Teske, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Investigating the Adhesion Mechanisms of Crithidia fasciculata: A Potential Health Threat
  • Madeleine Kathleen Gallic, with a Minor in Psychology
    Further Investigating Antimicrobial Resistance Genes TetO and ErmB and Their Effect on Antimicrobial Resistance in Streptococcus suis
  • Yongjie Gao, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    Effects of 2-heptyl-4-quinolone (HHQ) on Emiliania huxley Cell Physiology and Marine Bacteria Community Dynamics
  • Jordyn Greenbaum, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    The Where, When, and How of ap2s1: The Role of ap2s1 in Regulating Habituation Learning
  • Dennis James Grencewicz III
    The G-Quadruplex Inhibitor TMPyP4 May Decrease C9ALS/FTD Lethality In Vivo
  • Leanne Ludwick, with a Minor in Health Studies
    ap2s1 Enhances the Rate and Total Capacity of Zebrafish to Habituate
  • Abigail Mumme-Monheit, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Investigating the Fitness Defects in Abnormal Zea mays by Studying Expression of bHLH208 in the K10L2 Haplotype
  • Sophia Nelson, with a Minor in Health Studies and a Minor in Neuroscience
    c9orf72 PR Polypeptide Gene Product, Associated with ALS and FTD, Interacts with Proteasomes
  • Alexa Brianne Nolan, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Developing Methods to Connect Aß Formation and Toxicity with Bacterial Diet in Caenorhabditis elegans
  • Carlotta Marisa Luisa Pazzi, with a Minor in Health Studies and a Minor in Italian and Italian Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    Verifying Marine Bacteria Metabolites for Treatment of Neurodegenerative Diseases in Caenorhabditis elegans
  • Grace Margaret Pindzola
    Investigating Genetic Mechanisms of Anopheles gambiae Gastrulation Through Comparison to Drosophila melanogaster
  • Yuying Rong
  • Carolin Schmidt, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Investigating the Role of blp Bacteriocins in the Interactions Between S. pneumoniae, H. influenzae, M. catarrhalis, and S. aureus
  • Arielle Rebecca Schultz, with a Minor in Health Studies
    PDK and Pain: Investigating the Link Between Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Kinase and Nociception in Fruit Flies
  • Rory Seymour, with an independent Minor in Disability Studies and a Minor in Health Studies
    Studying Neural Circuitry Underlying Simple Learning in Zebrafish Using Optogenetics
  • Neel Shah, with a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Using Inhibitors to Synchronize the Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Cell Cycle to Increase Oligonucleotide-Directed Mutagenesis Efficiency
  • Emily Shutman, with a Minor in Health Studies
    CRISPR/Cas9 and Oligonucleotide Directed Mutagenesis (ODM) Induced MAA7 Knockout in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
  • Teruha Amalia Stergios, with a second Major in English and a Concentration in Creative Writing
    Oligonucleotide Directed Mutagenesis of the Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Chloroplast Genome
  • Jillian Jenny Wu, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Comparing Expression of Gastrulation Genes fog and twist in Drosophila melanogaster and Anopheles gambiae
  • Hannah Zoll, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Wolbachia in the Drosophila Brain
  • Rodrigo Zúñiga Mouret
    The AP-2 Complex Modulates Flexibility of the Zebrafish Startle Response: More Than Just a Sum of Parts

Biology at Bryn Mawr College

  • Pamela Gonzalez Vanegas, with a second Major in Anthropology at Bryn Mawr College
    Human Impact and Parasitic Load in Owl Monkeys (Aotus lemurinus) Within City Limits in Colombia

Chemistry

  • Christine Nicole Anderson, with a Minor in Environmental Studies and a Minor in Visual Studies
    Quantifying the Heavy Metal Content of Global Beached Plastic Samples via Attenuated Total Reflectance Infrared Spectroscopy and X-Ray Fluorescence
  • Isabelle May Angstman, with a Minor in Neuroscience, a Minor in Psychology, and a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Effects of Truncation and End-Capping of a Hydrogel-Forming Peptide on Its Structural and Materials Properties
  • Claire Armstrong, with a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Constructing Combinatorial Synthases Using Acyl Carrier Protein Chimeras
  • Kameron Banks
    Divalent Cation-Induced Stability in Acyl Carrier Proteins
  • Oishi Bardhan
  • Sydney Josephine Churchill, with a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Towards the Synthesis of Small Molecule Inhibitors of the pre-let-7/Lin28b Interaction in Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma
  • Annie Connolly-Sporing, with a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Studies Toward the CRISPR-Cas9 Mediated Knockdown of Four β-Octopamine Receptors in the Western Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)
  • Peter Louis Cruz Parrilla, with a Concentration in Biochemistry and a Concentration in Scientific Computing
    Synthesis of Thiophenanthraquinones as Potential Redox Flow Battery Materials
  • Alexander Daniels
    The Design of a Ca2+-Selective Switch to Initiate Peptide Hydrogelation
  • Lauren De La Ossa, with a Minor in Health Studies
    Examining the Role of Insulin-Like Peptides ilp1 and ilp2 in Appetite Regulation of Apis mellifera, the Western Honey Bee
  • Clara Farrehi, with a Minor in Economics and a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Development of Mechanism-Based Crosslinking Probes to Capture Acyl Carrier Protein-Ketosynthase Interactions
  • William John Hillegas, with a Concentration in Biochemistry
  • Austin Kang
    Synthesizing Alloyed Lead Halide Perovskite Crystals Using an Adaptable Automated Route
  • Joshua G. Klein, with a Minor in Italian and Italian Studies at Bryn Mawr College and a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Expression, Purification, and Characterization of the Ktedonobacter racemifer Minimal Polyketide Synthase Enzymes
  • Olivia Christine Laxton, with a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Coordinated Regulation of Protein Degradation by the Autophagy and Ubiquitin Proteasome System in Atrocytes
  • Michelle Lin, with a Minor in Japanese Language
    Synthesis and Characterization of Nitrogen Centered Tripodal Ligands with Guanidine Motifs
  • Joie Ling, with a Minor in Health Studies and a Concentration in Biochemistry
  • Sara Matsumura, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
    Microplastic Fiber Research Review: Case Study Identifying Microplastics and Fibers in New Bedford Harbor
  • Samuel McCalpin
    Investigating the Conformational Ensemble of Membrane-Bound N-Terminally Acetylated Alpha-Synuclein With Site-Specific Vibrational Spectroscopy
  • Victoria Merino Aeschbach, with a Minor in Neuroscience and a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Probe-Labeled Transmembrane Peptides in Model Bilayers
  • Shivani Parikh, with a second Major in Health and Societies (Independent)
    Understanding the Relationship Between Environmental and Social Determinants of Chronic Respiratory Disease and Its Role in the Development of Digital Health Solutions
  • Sheraz Qamar, with a Minor in Health Studies and a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Assessing the Biodegradability of a Semenogelin-I Derived Peptide in the Monomer and Fibril Form
  • Ashley Christine Sisto, with a Concentration in Biochemistry
    Investigating the Role of Amino Acid Sequence Fidelity to the Chain Sequestration Behavior of the E. coli Acyl Carrier Protein
  • Diana Nickens Striplet, with a Minor in Psychology
    Synthesis of Chiral Tetradentate Ligand oBIM3tren: Lessons From Bidentate Ligand oBIMDdeen

Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology at Bryn Mawr College

  • Alexandra Marie Stern, with a second Major in History of Art at Bryn Mawr College and a Minor in Museum Studies at Bryn Mawr College

Classical Culture and Society

  • Katherine Bradley, with a Minor in Latin and a Minor in History at Bryn Mawr College
    Lixae Calonesque: Reconsidering Non-Combatant Forces in the Roman Army
  • Claire Catherine Blood-Cheney, with a Minor in Psychology and a Minor in International Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    Founding Figures: A Comparative Analysis Between Rome’s Romulus and China’s Huangdi

Classical Languages

  • John Burgess
    Italia Restituta: The Politics of Trajan's Signature Program
  • Oliver Hughes
    Up With the Bonnets! Lucanian and Vergilian Reception in the Scottish Neo-Latin Epic the Grameid
  • Hope Elizabeth Johnson, with a Minor in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology at Bryn Mawr College
    The Virtues of the Dead: Women’s Funerary Monuments in Classical Attica

Cognitive Science at Swarthmore College

  • Yuchao Wang
    Neural Correlates of Aesthetic Engagement with Literature

Comparative Literature

  • Anran Li
    Women's Voices and Imperfect Communities in Sandra Cisneros and Maryse Condé
  • Vanessa Martinez Penn, with a Minor in Educational Studies and a Minor in Psychology
    “Don’t Excommunicate the Messenger:” Humor, Authorial Responsibility, and Religious Commentary in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Tales of Canterbury and Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quijote de La Mancha

Computer Science

  • Brian Becker, with a second Major in Mathematics
    Parallel and Multi-Locale Computing in Scientific Computing Algorithms Using Chapel
  • Hannah Carly Beilinson, with a Minor in Statistics
    Fairness and Information Access Clustering in Social Networks
  • Ari Benkov
  • Daniel Feshbach, with a Minor in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    Voronoi Diagrams With Dubins Path Distance: Literature Review and Research Proposal
  • Russell Gerhard
    On Big Data in Population Genetics: Comparison of Methods
  • Emile Givental, with a second Major in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
  • Kendra Kay Griesman
    Comparison of Traditional and Machine Learning Methods in Population Genetics
  • Rudolf Hernandez
    Leakage via Mobile Device Sensors
  • Ahmed Ishtiaque
    Analysis on Recent Advances in Behavioral Biometrics-Based User Authentication on Mobile Devices
  • Emily Lilian Lin, with a second Major in Linguistics and a Minor in Spanish
    Handling Reduplication in a Morphological Analyzer for Wamesa
  • Kadan Edward Lottick
  • Sam Lowenstein
    Tools for Teaching Theoretical Computer Science
  • McCausland Chin Lyle
    Dynamic Balancing of Scientific HPC Applications on Institutional Clusters
  • Charles Marx, with a second Major in Mathematics
    Indirect Influence and Fairness in Machine Learning
  • Henry Mohr, with a Minor in Mathematics
    Automated Correctness Checking of Iteration Space Transformations Expressed as Chapel Iterators
  • Gareth Xiangwei Nicholas, with a Minor in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    Active Meta-Learning
  • Owen Plambeck
    Evaluation of Keystroke Timing Attacks on Different Devices as an Example of a Side Channel Attack
  • Russell Lin Rivera
    Automatic Correctness Checking for Affine Constrainted Loop Tiling Transformations
  • Kendall Robison, with a Minor in Psychology
    Promoting Universal Design in Online Shopping Using Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Alison Lea Rosenman, with a Minor in Economics
    Statistical Models for Inclusive Measurements of Student Engagement
  • Jack Richard Dugan St. Clair, with a second Major in Linguistics and a Minor in Japanese Language
    Building a Linguistics-Based Loss Function for Dialogue Generation
  • Conor Stuart Roe, with a second Major in Linguistics and a Minor in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    The Effect of Linguistic Typology on Transfer Learning of Morphology
  • Silvia Susai
    Analyzing Energy Efficiency in Neural Networks
  • Pablo Thiel, with a Minor in Chinese Language
    Interpreting Machine Learning Models Used in Population Genetics
  • Zachary Toner, with a Minor in Psychology
  • Jiaping Wang, with a Minor in Japanese Language
    Generate Better Data for Population Genetics Using Generative Adversarial Nets
  • Zhanpeng Wang, with a Minor in Economics
    Deep Networks for Population Genetics Data Generation

Creative Writing (Independent)

  • Eleanor Morgan
    A poetry portfolio entitled: body songs

East Asian Languages and Cultures

  • Aleiyah Lanneshia Springer, with a Minor in Chinese Language
    Anti-Black Racism in China: Through the Eyes of Aaron A. Vessup and Lou Jing

Economics

  • Maya Lauren Ahmed, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
    Does Retail Choice Affect the Renewable Energy Price Premium of Residential Electricity Plans?
  • Jeremy Akin, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
    Policy Drivers for Battery Storage Deployment
  • Raja Arul
    Is There a Relationship Between Health Conditions and Owning an HSA or HRA?
  • David Baffuto, with a Minor in Linguistics
    Major League Baseball Managers and Proactivity
  • Adam Branovan, with a Minor in Psychology
    The Effect of High External Debt on Macroeconomic Stability
  • Connor Braun, with a Minor in Classical Culture and Society
    An Event-Study Analysis of Brexit Events and the British Yield Curve
  • Eliza Lily Brosgol, with a Minor in French and Francophone Studies
    Understanding the Relationship Between Constituent Characteristics and Disadvantageous Voting Behavior
  • Harrison Burns
    The Effect of Corporate Taxation on Total Factor Productivity Growth Rates in the U.S. Manufacturing Sector
  • Kyle Fish Buseck
    Do Sector-Focused Mutual Funds Generate Alpha?
  • Sunyoung Chai, with a Minor in Classical Culture and Society and a Minor in Psychology
  • John Samuel Cork, with a Minor in Global Asia
    Income Inequality, Winning Percentage, and the Rookie Wage Scale: Evidence from the NFL
  • Olivia Hayes DiRienz
    Volume-Based vs. Value-Based Payment Models: Do Spending, Utilization, and Quality of Health Care Depend on How the Provider is Reimbursed?
  • Noah Hollander
    The Impact of VAR on the Elite Game of Soccer
  • Cesar How-Pan-Hie-Meric
  • Nicholas Jannelli
    The Effect of Collective Bargaining Agreement Updates on Monopsonistic Exploitation in Major League Soccer
  • Brandon Jenkins, with a second major in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    The Effectiveness of Long-Term Contract Incentive Mechanisms in Major League Baseball
  • Jackson Peng Jin, with a Minor in Psychology
    Consumer Discrimination in the Top Italian Professional Soccer League
  • Keshav Nand Kalani, with a Minor in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    Accuracy of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) in the Bombay Stock Exchange
  • William Francis Karp, with a Minor in Political Science at Bryn Mawr College
    State Owned Investment: How Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Africa Affects GDP Growth Rates
  • Mima Khazanov, with a Minor in Neuroscience and a Minor in Russian at Bryn Mawr College
    Love–Love: Marital Status and the Effect on Professional Tennis Player Performance
  • Derrick Kim, with a Minor in Visual Studies
    The Superstar Effect on Team Performance: Evidence From the National Basketball Association
  • David Kong, with a Minor in Philosophy
    Can Firms Be Both Profit- and Purpose-Driven? An Empirical Analysis Using Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) Scores and the Sharpe Ratio
  • Julia Grace Manetta, with a Minor in Statistics
    Market Unravelling in the Division I College Football Recruiting Process
  • Antonia Meyers, with a Minor in Statistics
    Coastal Flood Hazards and Housing Markets: How Do Changes to the National Flood Insurance Program Affect Single-Family Home Values in Coastal Areas?
  • Cayley Montoya, with a Minor in Psychology
    The Effects of Technological Advancement on Labor Market Outcomes for Low- and High-Skill Labor
  • Diane Lauderdale Moore, with a Minor in Music
    ESG and Financial Returns: Does Socially Responsible Investing Pay?
  • Lynnet Akinyi Odhiambo
    The Effect of the Free Maternity Policy (FMP) in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Arnav Patodia, with a Minor in Psychology
    Incentivizing Good Behavior: The Effectiveness of Varying Levels of Financial Team Incentives in Promoting Exercise
  • Saket Sekhsaria, with a second Major in Film and Media Studies at Swarthmore College
    Determinants of Box Office Revenue for Bollywood Movies: Comparing the Indian Domestic Market with Overseas Sales
  • Marybeth Stone
    Teacher Salaries and Student Test Scores: Evidence from Elementary Schools in Pennsylvania
  • Lucy Ann Tortolani, with a second major in Religion
    Religiosity and Crime Rates: Congregational Membership and Its Influence on County Level Crime
  • Unique Marie Tuberville, with a Minor in Global Asia
    The Impact of the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) on the Supply of Mortgage Lending in Low- and Moderate-Income (LMI) Communities
  • Zuyi Wang, with a Minor in Psychology
    The Role of Trust as a Mediator Between Economic Growth, Economic Freedom, and Subjective Well-Being
  • Joseph Wujciak, with a Minor in Global Asia
    Childhood Environment and Adult Aggression: Evidence from the National Football League
  • Kevin Yan, with a Minor in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    Economic Growth and Types of Foreign Direct Investment: Disaggregating by Industry, and Greenfield vs. M&A FDI
  • Wanyi Yang, with a Minor in Psychology
    Motivated Cognitive Fallacy and Applications to Wage-Setting Behavior in the Online Labor Market

Economics at Bryn Mawr College

  • Talia Rose Simon
    Assessing the Impact of the Disposable Bag Tax in Montgomery County, Maryland: Do the Effects of the Disposable Bag Tax in Montgomery County, Maryland Still Persist Seven Years Later?
  • Claire Chenyu Wang, with a second Major in Growth and Structure of Cities at Bryn Mawr College
    Macroeconomic Cost Estimation of Natural Disasters

English

  • Zoë Jintian Arditi
    Working In and Beyond the Wake: Reclamation, Redress, and Resilience in M. NourbeSe Philip's Zong
  • Drew Cunningham, with a Minor in German and German Studies and a Minor in Philosophy
    "This Intolerable Incubus:" The Melancholia of Bartleby, the Scrivener
  • Julie Hanss, with a Minor in Psychology and a Minor in Creative Writing at Bryn Mawr College
    Let Her Wear Suits: Normative Physical Appearance and Temporality in ​Fun Home
  • John Hare, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Atonement: Adolescent Narratives as Speaker and Subject
  • Max Richard Leone
    Voice of the Storm: T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land
  • Conor Madden, with a Concentration in Creative Writing
    Turkey
  • Ellis Maxwell, with a Minor in Political Science at Bryn Mawr College and a Concentration in Creative Writing
    The Tumbled
  • Hannah Melville, with a Minor in Economics and a Minor in Psychology
    Death Sentences: The Aesthetics and Politics of Last Words in ​In Cold Blood, ​Capote, and ​Infamous
  • Jo Mikula, with a second Major in French and Francophone Studies
    A Politicized Reading of Aesthetics and Desire in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • Kaitlin Joy Murphy, with a Minor in Psychology
    "I Lift Mine Eyes:" Mind, Body, and Spirit in the Devotional Poetry of Christina Rossetti
  • Rebecca Richie, with a Minor in French and Francophone Studies and a Concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies
    Elaine’s Field Theory of Femininity: A Study of Gravity and Shame in Margaret Atwood's Cat's Eye
  • Sarah Kurz Savonis, with a Minor in Psychology and a Minor in Spanish
    Perched on the Temporal Brink: Defamiliarizing Time in Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon
  • Kaden St Onge, with a Minor in Global Asia
    "Strolling Toward Nowhere:" Urban Space and Narrative Time in Zadie Smith's NW
  • Teruha Amalia Stergios, with a second Major in Biology and a Concentration in Creative Writing
    Not Only Mine
  • Caroline Edmonds Tien, with a Concentration in Creative Writing
    "Alouette"
  • Frank Zhong
    Progress and Repetition: False Determinism in Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure

English at Bryn Mawr College

  • Sonia Copple
    "The Long Walk Home:" Performances of Citizenship in Illness and Disability Life Writing
  • Andrew Forte, with a Minor in Psychology and a Minor in in Africana Studies at Bryn Mawr College
  • Sierra Madison Zareck
    “Like Breathing for the First Time:" Magic, Structural Oppression, and Black Re-Empowerment Through Identity Reclamation in Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone

Environmental Studies

  • Jolie Skylar Jaycobs
    "Can I Get a Cup of Coffee With That Sustainability?" An Analysis of the Environmental, Ethical, and Economic Aspects of the Coffee Industry
  • Arielle Samantha Katz, with a second Major in Geology at Bryn Mawr College
    Accessibility and the Geosciences: Current Accessibility Initiatives in the Geoscience Community and an Accessibility Analysis of the Bryn Mawr College Geology Department
  • Michelle Luu
    From the Reservoir: A Feasibility Report for Migratory Bird Habitats and Educational Materials for the Philadelphia Discovery Center
  • Kaitlin Margaret Reese
    Valuing Sustainable Change: A Case Study of the Integration of Sustainable Business Practices in a Small-Scale Juice Bar
  • Abigail Mae Singer, with a Minor in Economics

Film and Media Studies at Swarthmore College

  • Roberto Francis Reyna, with a Minor in Spanish
  • Saket Sekhsaria, with a second Major in Economics

Fine Arts

  • Sarah Elizabeth Jesup, with a second Major in Psychology at Bryn Mawr College
    An exhibition entitled: Memoria
  • Emily Williams, with a second Major in History at Bryn Mawr College
    Home/Solitude
  • Hana Luisa Binte Yaacob, with a Minor in Growth and Structure of Cities at Bryn Mawr College

French and Francophone Studies

  • Alyssa Rachel Kerper, with a second Major in History of Art at Bryn Mawr College
    Imagining Africa: Négritude and Primitivism in Corps perdu
  • Jo Mikula, with a second Major in English

Geology at Bryn Mawr College

  • Arielle Samantha Katz, with a second Major in Environmental Studies
    Accessibility and the Geosciences: Current Accessibility Initiatives in the Geoscience Community and an Accessibility Analysis of the Bryn Mawr College Geology Department

German and German Studies

  • Petra Abramenko, with a second Major in Psychology and a Minor in Neuroscience

Growth and Structure of Cities at Bryn Mawr College

  • Leila Sophia Breen, with a Minor in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology at Bryn Mawr College and a Minor in History of Art at Bryn Mawr College
    Values and Visions for the Working Class: Interpreting Socialist Housing of Interwar Europe
  • Joyce Chan
    Free Parking in the Upper West Side: Understanding the Community’s Fierce Response Against Parking Reform and Examining Ways to Address Community Concern
  • Owen Deitcher, with a Minor in Environmental Studies and a Minor in History of Art at Bryn Mawr College
    Social Capital in Urban Park Planning: Essen and Dresden in German Disunification and Beyond
  • Charlie Donley, with a Minor in History of Art at Bryn Mawr College
  • Colin Andrew Fredrickson
    Terrorism in America and Divergent Forms of Memorialization
  • Sophia Dixie Jackson, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    21st-Century Intervention in 19th-Century Schools: How Teachers Are Re-Forming 19th-Century Spaces to Facilitate 21st-Century Pedagogy in Philadelphia
  • Kate Marie Silber, with a Minor in Spanish and a Minor in Visual Studies
    New Transit-Oriented Development, Historic Sense of Place: A Design to Revive Bryn Mawr Station
  • Joseph Robert Staruski, with a second Major in Philosophy
    Prayers for Politicians: Religion and the Public Sphere
  • Claire Chenyu Wang, with a second Major in Economics at Bryn Mawr College
    After the Carnival, Back to the Hood: Re-Insertion of Olympic Physical Legacy Using New Urbanist Design
  • David Watt

Health and Societies (Independent)

  • Shivani Parikh, with a second Major in Chemistry
    Understanding the Relationship Between Environmental and Social Determinants of Chronic Respiratory Disease and Its Role in the Development of Digital Health Solutions

History

  • Cameron Albrecht, with a Minor in Spanish and a Concentration in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies
    Nationalizing New World Knowledge: Natural History as a Tool of Empire in King Philip II's Spain
  • James McIntyre Barker
    Popular Symbols as Political Tools: The Iconography of the Eagle in English Emblem Books, 1585–1635
  • Seth Boyce, with a second Major in Music
    "By the Beard of the Prophet:" The Turk in Mozart's Vienna
  • Harrison Wilson Breault
    Crosshair Dreams: Visions of American Character in Somalia, 1992–1993
  • David Michael Canada (The First)
    Feelin’ the Burn(out): America, Burning Man, and the Birth of Post-Cold War Culture
  • Zachary Cho
    Food and the Spanish Nation: Islamic Influences in Early Modern Spanish National Cuisine
  • Ziyu Steve Gan, with a second Major in Mathematics
    Reading the May 30 Movement in Newspapers: The Shanghai International Settlement and Newspaper Nationalism, 1925
  • Brooke Garbarini
    “Brought Up Among Their Own People:" Mixed Race Families and Custody in the Post-Civil Rights Era
  • Lucas Joseph Greenbaum
    Vance, Whitehead, Holbrooke: Profiles (in Crisis) of the American Globalist Establishment—A Study in American Foreign Policy from 1979–1995
  • Ari Julien Kim, with a Minor in Spanish
    Soul Meets Body: Reconceptualizing Disability in the Reception and Treatment of King Carlos II’s Madness
  • Matthew Leibold
    The Paracelsian Issue: Alchemy and Chemistry in Mid-Seventeenth Century English Translation
  • Hayle Mathia Meyerhoff, with a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
    America the Beautiful: U.S. Imperial Beauty Politics in Hawaii, From World War II to Statehood
  • Charles Schuyler Neuhauser
    The 1902 – 1906 Gurian Republic: A Socio-Cultural Reading of a Georgian Peasant Rebellion
  • Howard De-Hau Wang, with a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
    Slumming in Late Victorian London: Evolving Discourse on Poverty and Philanthropy

History at Bryn Mawr College

  • Jack Leighninger, with a second Major in Political Science
  • Emily Williams, with a second Major in Fine Arts
    From the Red River Delta to Southeastern Louisiana: Viet-Cajun Foodways in Historical Context

History of Art at Bryn Mawr College

  • Alyssa Rachel Kerper, with a second Major in French and Francophone Studies
    Imagining Africa: Négritude and Primitivism in Corps perdu
  • Rachel Kline, with a second Major in Anthropology and a Minor in Italian and Italian Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    “When All the Graves Were Full:" Anthropological Confrontations at The Triumph of Death of Pisa
  • Elizabeth MacKenzie Somers, with a Minor in Museum Studies at Bryn Mawr College
  • Alexandra Marie Stern, with a second Major in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology at Bryn Mawr College and a Minor in Museum Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    Little Woolen Things: Provenance and Typological Analysis of Surviving Nälbound Footwear from Late Antique Egypt

International Studies at Bryn Mawr College

  • Kathryn Correia, with a Minor in Economics
  • Alicia Lopez Torres, with a Minor in Fine Arts
    Oracle of the Diaspora
  • Briana Marquette Quinn, with a second Major in Spanish
    Designer Products, Knockoff Protections: A Comparative Analysis of Intellectual Property Laws for E-Commerce in the United States and China
  • Brette Stockmaster

Linguistics

  • Rylee Anne Fennell, with a Minor in Child and Family Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    Underinformative Implicature Derivation on the Broader Autism Phenotype
  • Travis Emerson Herringshaw, with a second Major in Psychology
    Prosody of Positive and Negative Conjunction in English and Bangla
  • Emily Lilian Lin, with a second Major in Computer Science and a Minor in Spanish
    Handling Reduplication in a Morphological Analyzer for Wamesa
  • Graham Mauro, with a Minor in Economics
    The Documentation and Development of a Spelling System for San Bartolomé Quialana Zapotec
  • Eva Morrison, with a Minor in Growth and Structure of Cities at Bryn Mawr College
    Comparative Analysis of the Vitality of Welsh and Irish
  • Benjamin Bruce MacKichan Paul
  • Jack Richard Dugan St. Clair, with a second Major in Computer Science and a Minor in Japanese Language
    with a Concentration in Creative Writing
  • Conor Stuart Roe, with a second Major in Computer Science and a Minor in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    The Effect of Linguistic Typology on Transfer Learning of Morphology
  • Nicole Talvacchia, with a Minor in Global Asia
    Literature Review of Grammatical Tense in Sign Languages

Linguistics and Language

  • Neal Laurence Kelso, with a Minor in Japanese Language
    Life-Form Overlap in San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec Plant Taxonomy

Mathematics

  • Farid Abraham Azar León, with a second Major in Philosophy
    The Nielsen-Thurston Classification of Mapping Classes
  • Brian Becker, with a second Major in Computer Science
    The Dehn-Nielsen-Baer Theorem
  • Griffin Brooks
  • Grant Crider-Phillips, with a Minor in Linguistics
  • Shivani Dixit, with a Minor in Economics
    Calculus of Variations: Geodesics on Surfaces in 3D
  • Remy Carver Erkel
    Gromov-Hausdorff Convergence in the Context of the Polynomial Growth Theorem
  • Ziyu Steve Gan, with a second Major in History
    Predicting the Winner of the NCAA DI Cross-Country National Championship: A Bayesian Approach
  • Marc Josyf Jaskir, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    Applying Linear Mixed-Effects Regression to Neurophysiology
  • Isaiah Kriegman, with a Minor in Chinese Language and a Concentration in Scientific Computing
    Markov Chain Monte Carlo Simulation With Applications
  • John Bennett Mackay, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
  • Charles Marx, with a second Major in Computer Science
    Inference in Latent Variable Models: The EM Algorithm and Variational Inference
  • Jacob Murray, with a Minor in Statistics and a Concentration in Mathematical Economics
    A Proportional Odds Approach to Race and Green Space
  • Henry Nye, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
    Modeling Firearm Violence in Philadelphia: A Regression Perspective
  • Carter Patterson, with second Major in Physics
    Topological Analysis of Granular Media
  • Matthew Samuel Scharf, with a Concentration in Mathematical Economics and a Concentration in Scientific Computing
    Reinforcement Learning, Q-Learning, and Extensions to Multi-Agent Systems
  • Laura Seaberg, with a Minor in Linguistics
    Morse Theory, Morse-Bott Theory, and Special Orthogonal Groups
  • Luke William Slyder, with a Minor in Dance at Bryn Mawr College
  • Charles Buehrer Walker, with a second Major in Physics
    The Peter-Weyl Theorem
  • Daisy Xiaoou Zhan, with a Minor in Economics, a Minor in History at Bryn Mawr College, and a Concentration in Mathematical Economics

Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College

  • Emile Givental , with a second Major in Computer Science
  • Juliana González Montalvo, with a Minor in French and Francophone Studies
  • Brandon Jenkins, with a second major in Economics
  • Gloria Ryoo
  • Sophie Titlebaum

Music

  • Molly Kathryn Biddle, with a second Major in Political Science
    A recital entitled: Observing Others
  • Seth Boyce, with a second Major in History
    Original composition entitled: Quartet No. 1 for Two Violins and Two Cellos
  • Mattias Lundberg
  • Richard Denis Simonds III
  • Kierra N. Smith

Philosophy

  • Farid Abraham Azar León, with a second Major in Mathematics
    The Path of Philosophy: From Curiosity to Wonder Through Perplexity
  • Jay Colon
    A Study of Perception Through Hallucination and Illusion
  • Isabel Floyd, with a Minor in Computer Science at Bryn Mawr College
    Generation(s) of Self: Understanding the Nietzschean Alternative to Self as Causal Substratum
  • Jane Goodwin, with a Minor in Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College
    I Mean What I Say: Two Readings of Wittgenstein's Private Language Argument
  • Alex Gutierrez
  • David King, with a second Major in Religion
    At the Foot of Babel: Derrida, St. Paul, and a Question of Translation
  • Aarushi Mohan Belavadi, with a Minor in Classical Culture and Society
    "The Absence of Presence:" Theorizing Unconsciousness Through the Phenomenology of Complex Trauma
  • Joseph Robert Staruski, with a second Major in Growth and Structure of Cities at Bryn Mawr College
    Liberalism and the Conflict of Restraint
  • Xianghan Zhu, with a Minor in Music

Physics

  • Katharine Delight Bancroft
  • Ayesha Bhikha
    Towards a Comprehensive Biological Pattern Formation Model
  • Sydney Dorman, with a second Major in Astronomy amd a Minor in Africana Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    mPTA: Options for Observing Modes in the SKA Era
  • Gerrit Simon Farren, with a Minor in Mathematics
    Probing Axion Dark Matter With the Kinetic Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect
  • Joseph Bently Hartman, with a Concentration in Biophysics
    A Solution to Post hoc Three-Dimensional Video Synchronization
  • Maarten Hesseling, with a Minor in Mathematics
    Deep Learning Methods for Spider Pose Estimation
  • Tianyi Hu
  • Hiroshi Kawakatsu, with a Minor in Psychology
    Assessing Axion Dark Matter Using Dynamical Friction
  • Sadie Kenyon-Dean, with a Minor in Mathematics
    Light Pollution on Haverford’s Campus
  • Saif Kureishi, with a Minor in Economics, a Minor in Global Asia, and a Minor in Mathematics
  • Hongyou Lin
    Photoconductivity of TPPS4 Self-Assembled Porphyrin Nanowires as a Function of Humidity
  • Dylan Livingston, with a Minor in Economics
    Ball Compliance and the Finger-Ball Relationship
  • Nathanael Dickinson Merrill
    Using Large-Scale Microphone Arrays for Acoustic Source Localization and Geometric Reconstruction
  • Carter Patterson, with a second Major in Mathematics
    Topological Analysis of Granular Media
  • Dominick Michael Rowan, with a second Major in Astronomy
  • Elizabeth Teng, with a second Major in Astronomy
    Surrogate Modeling of Protoplanetary Disk SEDs: I Can't Believe It's Not Radiative Transfer!
  • Daniel Van Beveren
    Altering DNA Charge Transport With Intercalated Porphyrin, Surface Chemistry, and Ultraviolet Light
  • Charles Buehrer Walker, with a second Major in Mathematics
    Hindered Settling Behavior at Low Reynolds Number
  • Linda Yuan, with a Minor in Mathematics
    Varying Fine Structure Constant and the Cosmic Microwave Background

Political Science

  • Nichole Zoraida Almanzar, with a Minor in Visual Studies
    What Are the Stakes? An Analysis of Latinx Pro-Immigration Mobilization During the Bush, Obama, and Trump Administrations
  • Jack Anderson, with a Minor in Philosophy
    Uneven Sovereignty: A Problematization of Contemporary State Sovereignty
  • Luke Connor Aylward, with a Minor in Religion and a Minor in Dance at Bryn Mawr College
    The Image as Desiring-Machine and Reification of Neoliberal Rationality: The Consequences of a Hyper-Spectacular Society Whose Images Can't Make Sense
  • Peter McLaughlin Baroff, with a Minor in Growth and Structure of Cities at Bryn Mawr College
    Inclusionary Zoning in New York City: Examining a Low-Cost Solution to the Urban Crises of Affordability and Integration
  • Molly Kathryn Biddle, with a second Major in Music
    Why Are You Here? The Participation of National Liberation Movements in the Creation of International Treaties
  • Aine Constance Carolan, with a Minor in Spanish
    Great Powers to the Left of Me, Small States to the Right: Explaining the Foreign Policy Behavior of States “Stuck in the Middle”
  • Ariel Therese Censor, with a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
    What Makes a Smarter Charter? Understanding Quasi-Public Organizational Success
  • Caleb Thomas Conner, with a Minor in Music
    Pursuing a Liberated (non-)Whiteness in a Pale Body
  • Lillian Jessica Feist, with a Minor in Economics
    A Judge’s Vote, and the People’s: How Do Elected Judges Make Decisions?
  • Antwain Kenyatta Golson III, with a Concentration in African and Africana Studies
    Broken Promises: A Theoretical Assessment of Water Provision in South African Development
  • Michael Andrew Iacono, with a Minor in Economics, a Minor in International Studies at Bryn Mawr College, and a concentration in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
    This Time Will Be Different: An Analysis of U.S. Foreign Policy and Foreign-Imposed Regime Change
  • Robert Kresch, with a Minor in Psychology
    Explaining Rural Resentment: A Comparative Case Study
  • Emily Anne Krupnick, with a Minor in Religion
    Intervention and Its Impact on Islamist Extremist Organizations in Africa: A Positive Correlation
  • Jami Chantel LaRue
    Federal Disaster Relief and Policy Entrepreneurship: A Comparative Analysis of Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Camille
  • Tatiana Milagros Lathion
    An Evaluation of the Proliferation and Persistence of Gangs in El Salvador: Mara Salvatrucha and Calle Dieciocho
  • Jack Leighninger, with a second Major in History at Bryn Mawr College
    Evaluating the Effectiveness of Relational Organizing: The Buttigieg 2020 Campaign in New Hampshire
  • Claire Mao
    American Law Enforcement and False Promises of Panacean Technology
  • Gabriel Espen Moon
    Environmental Regulation: Trials and Tribulations in Modern United States Policy
  • Timothy Riskin, with a Concentration in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies
    Why Undocumented Youth Join Gangs: Accounting for Differences Facing This Understudied Group
  • Cecil Ross, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Fostering Growth: An Analysis of Asset-Based Welfare Policy for Low-Income Americans
  • Charlie Russ
    Fracking and Energy Regime Transition
  • Luke Wallis, with a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
    "Designed to Demobilize:" The Participatory Consequences of Mass Incarceration in the United States
  • Emma Walsh-Alker, with a Concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies
    Towards Gender Justice: Confronting Sexual Violence on College Campuses in the United States
  • Elizabeth Warner, with a Concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
    Analyzing Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy in Lancaster City and Hazleton, Pennsylvania
  • Riley Tiberius Wheaton, with a Minor in Psychology
    Coalitions of Crip Power: Understanding Cooperative Behavior Among Disability Interest Groups
  • Michael Wiper
    Geopolitics in the Arctic: Why Do Some Nations Have a Militarized Strategic Emphasis and Others Diplomatic?
  • Ella Zhang, with a Minor in Japanese Language
    Not Practicing What You Preach: Japan’s National Role Conceptions and Its Human Rights Foreign Policy

Political Science at Bryn Mawr College

  • Justin Telleria

Psychology

  • Petra Abramenko, with a second Major in German and German Studies and a Minor in Neuroscience
  • Caroline Patricia Aronowitz, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Examining Individual Differences in Career and Parent Identity Integration in College Students and Current Mothers
  • Elena Bettio
    Career-Parent Identity Integration in College Women and Mothers: The Effects of the Big Five Traits and SES
  • Karina Isabel Domenech Rosario, with a Minor in Neuroscience
  • Maeve Irene Gaffney
    Changes in Sleep Patterns and Serotonin Neuron Plasticity Following a Hormone-Simulated Pregnancy in Syrian Hamsters: Implications for Peripartum Sleep Disruptions
  • Maya Elizabeth Gordon, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    The Effects of Mindfulness on Mind-Wandering and ERP Measures of Attention
  • Travis Emerson Herringshaw, with a second Major in Linguistics
    Verticality vs. Brightness: Relative Strength and Properties of Conceptual Metaphors for Affective Valence
  • Jeffrey Michael Himelstein
    The Effects of Music Therapy, a Slice of Auditory Cheesecake, on Depression
  • Abiola Irvine, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    A Novel Method Evaluating the Effects of Peripartum Estrogen Fluctuations on Sleep
  • Mckenna Krall
    Career Identity and Mental Health in Emerging Adulthood: Roles of Parenting and Socioeconomic Status
  • Jonathan Lang
    Influence of Perceived Discrimination on the Patient-Provider Relationship
  • Temma Mae Levis, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Technoference: Parental Photo-Taking Behaviors and Parent-Child Play Interactions
  • Nicole Litvitskiy, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Career Identity and Mental Health in Emerging Adulthood: The Roles of Parenting and Socioeconomic Status
  • Pamela Pabon, with a Minor in French and Francophone Studies
  • Grayson Roth, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    Tamoxifen Influences on Behavior and Mood in Female Rats
  • Charles Graham Siegel, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    Cognitive Enhancement in the Facially Different: Leveling the Playing Field or Playing a Dangerous Game?
  • Rachel Spitzer
    Which Kid Lives in Which House? The Development of Associations Between Race and Class in Children
  • Guadalupe "Loops" Torres
    The Moderating Effect of Parenting Qualities and Culture: Examining the Relationship Between Family Obligation and Psychosocial Wellbeing
  • Casey Wakai, with a Minor in Environmental Studies
    Do We Believe People Can Change? The Impact of Growth Mindset on Beliefs in Rehabilitation for the Earth and Incarcerated Individuals
  • Paul Wynkoop, with a Minor in Neuroscience
    Examining Developmental Changes in How People Evaluate Claims of Inequality
  • Lindsay Wytkind, with a Minor in Educational Studies
    Individual Differences in Career and Parent Identity Development and Integration Among College Women and Adult Mothers

Psychology at Bryn Mawr College

  • Sarah Elizabeth Jesup, with a second Major in Fine Arts
  • Adilene Ruby Lorenzo, with a Minor in Educational Studies and a Minor in Child and Family Studies at Bryn Mawr College

Religion

  • Julia Gan
    The Study of Lived Religion Through Different Interpretations: An Ethnography on Perceptions of Singaporean Malay-Muslims’ Islamic Prayer Ritual Practice
  • David King, with a second Major in Philosophy
    Parochially Political: An Examination of the Political Nature of the Eucharist in the Thought of St. Augustine
  • Lucy Ann Tortolani, with a second major in Economics
    America's Pastor: Billy Graham, the Civil Rights Movement, and Religion in American Politics
  • Paige Walton, with a second Major in Anthropology
    YSA, Why I Stay: An Exploration of Belief, Ritual, Practice, and Policy in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • Allison Wise, with a Minor in Sociology at Bryn Mawr College and a Concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies
    Two Cowardly Ruffians Committed the Coldest-Blooded Murder in the History of the World: Constructing Criminality, Sexuality, and Jewish Masculinity in the Leopold and Loeb Case

Romance Languages at Bryn Mawr College

  • Matthew Reichwein, with a Minor in Psychology
    Continuità ed innovazione nella concezione machiavelliana della Fortuna

Russian at Bryn Mawr College

  • Alexander Abdullah Brooks

Sociology

  • Thomas Hayden Kesterson
    “Sustainability” and the Consumer: The Ideological and Discursive Limits of Environmentalism
  • Daniel Provencal-Fogarty, with a Minor in Visual Studies
    The De-Legitimation of Evo Morales
  • Shaleia Thompson, with a Minor in Health Studies

Sociology at Bryn Mawr College

  • Sam Danish
  • Mercedes Davis, with a Minor in Educational Studies
  • Cara Lynn Netzer
  • Madison Tillman
  • Zoe Trosclair, with a Minor in Education at Bryn Mawr College

Spanish

  • Briana Marquette Quinn, with a second Major in International Studies at Bryn Mawr College
    Alquimia de la sangre: Representaciones del mestizaje en Nueva España en las pinturas de casta

Theater at Swarthmore College

  • Diya Patel

Fellowships, Prizes, and Awards

Anthropology

Presented by the Department of Anthropology

The Wyatt MacGaffey Thesis Award in Anthropology

Honors the professor emeritus of Haverford’s anthropology department and recognizes an outstanding senior thesis in anthropology.

Lillian Joelle Alonzo

Arts

Presented by the Arts Program

The Kaye Prizes in Theater Arts

Established by Laurence Kaye 1983 and his parents, William Kaye 1954 and the late Cynthia Kaye. The prizes are awarded to the two students, regardless of class year, who have done the most to make theater arts an important part of the Bi-College community. One prize is given for performance-related work (e.g., acting, dancing, singing, conducting, directing); the other, for craft-based work in theater (e.g., set design, lighting, costuming, production management).

Acting/Directing:

Madeline Shuron (Bryn Mawr College)

Craft/Production:

Nathanael Dickinson Merrill

Athletics

Presented by the Department of Athletics

The A. W. “Pop” Haddleton Award

Named in honor of the longtime track coach at Haverford, this award recognizes an outstanding contribution to an athletic team by students who epitomize perseverance, dedication, and loyalty, and who have not received the recognition that, for example, regular starting players do.

Lucas Joseph Greenbaum and Tatiana Milagros Lathion

The Gregory Kannerstein 1963 Award

Awarded to the individuals whose combination of outstanding athletic achievement and leadership has been a significant factor in a team’s competitive success, and whose levels of performance have brought distinction not only to the individuals and teams but also to the entire athletic program.

Anna-Sophia Capizzi, Sara Matsumura, and Antonia Meyers

The Stephen G. Cary 1937 Award

Given in honor of Haverford alumnus Stephen G. Cary 1937. This award recognizes overall impact on the Haverford athletic program.

Leanne Ludwick

The Varsity Cup

Haverford’s highest athletic award, presented annually to the outstanding athlete in the senior class. The criteria used in selecting the Varsity Cup winner are athletic accomplishment, sportsmanship, and leadership throughout the student’s career.

Nicholas Jannelli

The William Docherty Award for Sportsmanship in Intramural Basketball

Nominated by the referees, this prize winner has shown good sportsmanship and enthusiasm for basketball while completing both Intramural Basketball quarters.

Carolin Schmidt

The William W. Ambler 1945 Award

Awarded to the graduating senior varsity athlete on the list of nominees who has the highest cumulative grade-point average through seven semesters of college work.

Clara Farrehi

Biology

Presented by the Department of Biology

The Ariel G. Loewy Prize for Senior Research in Biology

Established in 2001 in memory of Ariel G. Loewy, professor of biology from 1953 to 2000. This prize is given to graduating seniors in biology whose efforts and accomplishments incorporate the rigor and diligence of experimental science.

Lily Bennett, Sarah Mittelmeier Curtis, Yongjie Gao, and Sophia Nelson

The Irving Finger Prize in Biology

Established in 2003 by family, friends, and alumni in memory of Irving Finger, professor of biology from 1957 to 1994. It is awarded to graduating seniors in biology for outstanding growth and accomplishment in the major.

Yuying Rong, Julia Gallagher-Teske, and Rodrigo Zúñiga Mouret

The Marian E. Koshland Prize in Biology

Established in 1997 by biology faculty, College administrators, and Board members. The prize is awarded to graduating seniors who demonstrated outstanding performance in senior research.

Marisa Gabrielle Antinori, Harika Sai Dabbara, Carlotta Marisa Luisa Pazzi, and Rory Seymour

Chemistry

Presented by the Department of Chemistry

The American Chemical Society Prize for Scholastic Achievement

Given to the top-ranking senior major in chemistry.

Samuel McCalpin

The American Institute of Chemists Award

Given to an outstanding senior in chemistry in recognition of their demonstrated record of ability, leadership, and professional promise.

Joie Ling

The Colin F. MacKay Prize

Endowed in honor of Professor MacKay by Garth R. Parker Jr. 1981 and the Rohm and Haas Company. This prize recognizes the members of the senior class majoring in chemistry who have shown the greatest intellectual growth over four years of work in the chemistry department.

Claire Armstrong and Oishi Bardhan

The George Peirce 1903 Prize in Chemistry

Named in honor of George Peirce 1903 by his parents, Harold and Charlotte C. Peirce.

Alexander Daniels and Joshua G. Klein

The Lyman Beecher Hall Prize in Chemistry

Awarded to a graduating senior for outstanding accomplishment in the major coursework and in research.

Clara Farrehi

Classics

Presented by the Department of Classics

The Class of 1896 Prize in Latin for Sophomores

Awarded to the sophomore who has done the best work in the department.

Joshua Bayona '22

The Class of 1902 Prize in Latin for First-Years

Awarded to the first-year who has done the best work in the department.

Isabel Martin '23

The Daniel Gillis and Joseph Russo Prize

Awarded for the best essay in classical studies.

Hope Elizabeth Johnson

The Howard Comfort Prize in Latin

Oliver Hughes

The Mark L. Hepps 1979 Prize

Awarded in memory of Mark Larry Hepps 1979. This prize is awarded for diligence in the study of elementary Latin.

Felix Qin '22

Society for Classical Studies Outstanding Student Award

Awarded annually to the Haverford student who made the most distinguished contribution to the study of Classics at Haverford. This award is presented by the Haverford faculty under the auspices of the Society for Classical Studies.

Claire Catherine Blood-Cheney

The William W. Baker Prize in Greek

John Burgess

 

College Fellowships

Presented by the Faculty

The Augustus Taber Murray 1885 Research Fellow

Named in honor of Augustus Taber Murray, a distinguished member of the Class of 1885. This fellowship is awarded to a student pursuing further study in English literature, the classics, or German literature.

Seanna Joycelyn Viechweg '19

The Clementine Cope Fellowship

Given in honor of Thomas P. Cope, a former member of the Board of Managers, these fellowships are to be used for graduate study at another institution.

First: Mariya Ann Krutkova '16
Second: Feven Zeray Gezahegn '19
Honorable Mentions: Maya Elana Wyetzner Behn '18, Sheraz Qamar, Victoria Marie Ribeiro '18, Maurice Rippel '19, Marco Antonio Rivas '18, Laura Seaberg

Communications

Presented by the Office of Communications

The James Bready 1939 Prize for Journalistic Writing

Established in 2004 by Richard Bready of the Class of 1967 to honor his father and long-time newspaper writer, James Bready. The prize is awarded annually to a Haverford student who has written the year's best journalistic article.

Chace Pulley '21

Comparative Literature

Presented by the Comparative Literature Program

The Laurie Ann Levin Prize

Awarded to the senior major whose work merits recognition for intellectual achievement.

Blossom Jeong (Bryn Mawr College)

East Asian Languages & Cultures

Presented by the Bi-College Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures

The Hu Shih Prize

Established in 2020 and named for the 20th-Century Chinese philosopher and educator, Hu Shih (1891-1962), this prize is given annually to graduating seniors who have distinguished themselves in the study of the Chinese language.

Blossom Jeong (Bryn Mawr College) and Isaiah Kriegman

The Margaret Mayeda Petersson Prize in Asian Studies

Awarded to a senior major in recognition of achievement in the study of East Asia.

Aleiyah Lanneshia Springer

Economics

Presented by the Department of Economics

The Holland Hunter 1943 Economics Department Thesis Prize

Awarded to seniors whose theses display the most outstanding empirical and/or theoretical applications of economics.

Maya Lauren Ahmed and Antonia Meyers

The Michael M. Weinstein Prize in Economics

Established in 1986.

Maya Lauren Ahmed

English

Presented by the Department of English

The Ian Walker 1950 Prize Fund in English

Established by family, friends, and classmates of Ian Walker 1950. This prize is awarded to a Haverford junior or senior majoring in English.

Frank Zhong

The Newton Prize in English Literature

Awarded on the basis of final honors in English.

Drew Cunningham

The Terry M. Kreiger 1969 Memorial Prize

Awarded to the senior demonstrating the greatest achievement in writing during the junior and senior years.

Ellis Maxwell

The William Ellis Scull 1883 Prize

Awarded to the upperclassman who has shown the greatest achievement in voice and expression of the English language.

Jo Mikula

Environmental Studies

Presented by the Department of Environmental Studies

Environmental Engagement Award

Awarded to a graduating seniors who demonstrate outstanding dimensions of environmental engagement and interdisciplinarity, with particular emphasis on crossing or combining modes of inquiry; demonstrate boldness, braveness, and community engagement; and exemplify love and commitment to working with people as well as with land, animals, plants, and other non-human life beyond campus boundaries.

Jolie Skylar Jaycobs, Arielle Samantha Katz, Michelle Luu, Kaitlin Margaret Reese, and Abigail Mae Singer

History

Presented by the Department of History

The History Department Senior Thesis Prize

Awarded in recognition of the senior project that best exemplifies the passion, commitment, and professionalism of the historical enterprise.

Hayle Mathia Meyerhoff

The Samuel Parry Lippincott 1886 Prize in History

Zachary Cho and Harrison Wilson Breault

The Senior History Prize

Awarded in recognition of achievement in the study of history.

Ziyu Steve Gan

Linguistics

Presented by the Tri-Co Department of Linguistics

The Linguistics Prize in Application

Awarded to the senior whose thesis best addresses application issues in linguistics.

Kylah Fanning (Bryn Mawr College)

The Linguistics Prize in an Experimental Topic

Awarded to the senior whose thesis best addresses experimental issues in linguistics.

Rylee Anne Fennell

The Linguistics Prize in Linguistic Theory

Awarded to the senior whose thesis best addresses theoretical issues in linguistics.

Benjamin Bruce MacKichan Paul

Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center

Presented by the Departments of Biology and Chemistry

The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation Award

Recognizes an outstanding undergraduate student in chemistry and biological sciences.

Charles Marx

Mathematics

Presented by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics

The Albert Harris Wilson Award

Established in 1969 by members of the Class of 1919 at their 50th reunion, this prize recognizes the members of the first-year class in mathematics who have proved by their character, scholarship and need to be those whom Dr. Wilson would have most enjoyed helping were he still with us and teaching mathematics at Haverford College.

Oscar Garrett '23 and Lillian Sweeney '23

Class of 1896 Prize in Mathematics

Awarded to the sophomores who have done the best work in the department.

Nico Tripeny '22 and Jiajie Ma '22

The Department Prize in Mathematics for First-Year Students

Awarded to the first-year student who received the highest score on the annual math prize exam.

Lucas Nelson '23

The Mathematics and Statistics Senior Thesis Prize

Awarded in recognition of the senior projects that best exemplify commitment, independence, and clarity of mathematical or statistical exposition.

Farid Abraham Azar León and Shivani Dixit

Music

Presented by the director of the Chamber Music Program

The Sylvia Glickman Chamber Music Prize

Awarded to the top graduating senior who was enrolled in the Bi-College Chamber Music Program throughout the duration of their tenure at Haverford College. This award honors the senior who has displayed leadership, commitment, innovation, and improvement during their tenure in the program.

Diane Lauderdale Moore

Peace, Justice, and Human Rights

Presented by the Program of Peace, Justice, and Human Rights

The PJHR Award for Engaged Scholarship

Awarded to the graduating senior whose justice-oriented work in the concentration has been academically rigorous while also attuned to the importance of communicating ideas to people with different views and forms of training. Recipients of this award have mastered both disciplinary and interdisciplinary forms of excellence.

Brittany Nicole Robinson

The PJHR Award for Ethical Action

Awarded to the graduating senior who has lived the values of Peace, Justice, and Human Rights both in the classroom and in the world beyond campus in an exemplary fashion. Recipients of this award have put their principles into action and made a positive impact in the larger world by engaging directly with communities impacted by injustice or inequality.

Hayle Mathia Meyerhoff

Philosophy

Presented by the Department of Philosophy

The Charles Schwartz 1979 Memorial Prize in Philosophy

Awarded in recognition of Chuck Schwartz 1979. This prize is given to the student whose senior essay best exemplifies the care, precision, and creativity demonstrated by the senior project of Chuck Schwartz.

Isabel Floyd

The Departmental Prize in Philosophy

Recognizes the students who have made the most significant contributions to the vitality of the philosophical community, both within the classroom and beyond, while majoring in philosophy at Haverford College.

The Senior Philosophy Majors, Class of 2020: Isabel Floyd, Jane Goodwin, Alex Gutierrez, David King, Farid Abraham Azar León, Aarushi Mohan Belavadi, Joseph Robert Staruski, and Xianghan Zhu

Physics and Astronomy

Presented by the Department of Physics and Astronomy

The Louis B. Green Prizes in Physics and Astronomy

Established by Charles Ufford, a former Haverford College parent.

Physics:

Katharine Delight Bancroft

Astronomy:

Dominick Michael Rowan and Elizabeth Teng

Political Science

Presented by the Department of Political Science

The Emerson L. Darnell 1940 Prize

Presented in honor of Emerson Darnell, a Quaker alumnus who dedicated his life’s work to advocating peaceful social change and defending the civil rights of the individual. The prize is awarded annually to the student who presents the best paper demonstrating an appreciation of the Bill of Rights as the foundation of American law and the very fabric of American society.

Emma Walsh-Alker

The Harold P. Kurzman 1958 Prize

Awarded to the seniors who have performed the best and most creatively in political science coursework.

Aine Constance Carolan and Molly Kathryn Biddle

The Harvey Glickman Prize

Presented in honor of Harvey Glickman, a professor of political science at Haverford for forty-three years and an esteemed political theorist. Awarded to the graduating senior in Political Science whose senior thesis displays the greatest innovation in pushing the theoretical boundaries of the discipline and its subfields. Established by the Political Science Department in 2019.

Aine Constance Carolan

The Herman M. Somers Prize in Political Science

Given in recognition of the research and teaching of Red Somers. Awarded to the graduating seniors who present the best senior projects that reflect the interest in policy, respect for evidence, and the humane concern for improving society that characterized Somers’ work.

Peter McLaughlin Baroff and Phoebe Cribb (Bryn Mawr College)

The Stephen H. Miller 1962 Memorial Award

Presented in honor of Stephen H. Miller 1962, who lost his life serving his country and his fellow man in South Vietnam while taking part in village development as a member of the United States Information Agency. This award is presented to the graduating senior in political science who best exemplifies the ideal of political involvement and social service expressed in Miller’s life and career.

Luke Connor Aylward

Psychology

Presented by the Department of Psychology

The David Olton 1964 Award for Student Achievement in Psychology

Created in memory of David Olton 1964, chair of the psychology department at Johns Hopkins University, who was an energetic and joyous contributor to the field of psychology. The award honors the seniors who have done exceptional work and show great promise in psychology.

Travis Herringshaw and Nicole Litvitskiy

Registrar

Presented by the Registrar’s Office

The Scholarship Improvement Prize

Awarded to the senior who has shown the most steady and marked improvement in scholarship during the college course.

Jonathan Lang

Religion

Presented by the Department of Religion

The Religion Prize

Awarded to the senior Religion majors who presented the best theses.

The Senior Religion Majors, Class of 2020: Julia Gan, David King, Zoe Small (Bryn Mawr College), Sam Taveras (Bryn Mawr College), Lucy Ann Tortolani, Paige Walton, Allison Wise

Spanish

Presented by the Department of Spanish

The Manuel J. and Elisa Pi Asensio Prize

Awarded for the best essay submitted by a senior majoring in Spanish or with a concentration in Latin American and Iberian Studies.

Joseph Spir Rechani

Students’ Council

Presented by Students’ Council

The Edmund J. Lee 1943 Memorial Award

Recognizes Edmund Jennings Lee, the sole member of the Class of 1943 to be killed during World War II. This award is given to the student organizations that have contributed most toward the furtherance of academic pursuits, extracurricular activities, spiritual growth, or college spirit in individuals or in the College as a whole during the year.

Alliance of Latin American Studies (ALAS) and the Committee for Environmental Responsibility (CER)

The John G. Wallace 1957 Class Night Award

Presented to the students who have made the greatest contribution to on-campus performing arts.

Henry Nye and Elizabeth MacKenzie Somers

The Jonathan Mohrig 1986 Memorial Prize

Honors a Haverford sophomore who died in 1984. This prize is awarded to the student at Haverford who embodies Jonathan’s enthusiasm, warmth, humor, and quiet generosity to those around him, and who, like Jonathan, makes a special contribution to the quality of life at Haverford.

Guadalupe "Loops" Torres

The Martin Foss Award

Given to the member of the Haverford College community whose life speaks directly to the lives of others by the powerful harmony of intellect, compassion, and courage.

Brittany Nicole Robinson

The Service Leadership Award

Presented to the graduating seniors who will make outstanding contributions to social and/or environmental change through projects or programs of their initiation. The award is designed both to nurture graduating seniors as they begin to dedicate their lives to service action, as well as to develop a network of alumni doing model work in the field.

Ellis Maxwell and Alicia Lopez Torres

The Stephen G. Cary 1937 Award

Given in honor of Stephen G. Cary 1937 and his contributions to the Haverford community. This award is presented to the senior who best exemplifies “honesty, integrity, a healthy combination of scholarly and extracurricular activities, and, most of all, a deep concern not only for those who are a part of the Haverford community, but also for those who are a part of our neighboring communities.” An award of $1,000 is given in the winner’s name to the College for the purpose of financial aid.

Antwain Kenyatta Golson III

The Students’ Council Student Life Award

Presented to the senior who, through hard work, persistence, and concern for their peers, has made the greatest contribution to student life on campus.

Nichole Zoraida Almanzar

Faculty and Staff Awards

Presented by Students’ Council

The Students’ Association Appreciation Award

Presented to the departing member of the Haverford faculty or staff who gave outstanding service to the Haverford community and who upheld the qualities intrinsic to a Haverford education.

Robert Broadrup, Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry

The Students’ Association Award

Presented to the Haverford faculty member who gives outstanding service to the Haverford community and who upholds the qualities intrinsic to a Haverford education.

Qrescent Mali Mason, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Chesick Scholars Program and Horizons Leadership Institute

Chesick Scholars Program

The Chesick Scholars Program includes students from groups underrepresented in academia, who are especially interested in focused study and research in their areas of scholarly interest, as well as in working with faculty mentors and like-minded peers to build a supportive academic community. The fifth cohort of Chesick Scholars comprises the following graduating seniors:

  • Cameron Albrecht
  • Luke Connor Aylward
  • Mercedes Davis
  • Sydney Dorman
  • Antwain Kenyatta Golson III
  • Pamela Gonzalez Vanegas
  • Rudolf Hernandez
  • Ari Julien Kim
  • Adilene Ruby Lorenzo
  • Leslie Patricia Luqueño
  • Mariana Ramirez
  • Kierra N. Smith
  • Guadalupe "Loops" Torres
  • Rosa Maria Urquiza
  • Cooper Vaughn

Horizons Leadership Institute

The Horizons Leadership Institute includes students from groups underrepresented in academia, who are especially interested in becoming agents of social and structural change on campus. The third cohort of Horizons participants comprises the following graduating seniors:

  • Kameron Banks
  • Joyce Chan
  • Madeleine Kathleen Gallic
  • Travis Gary Jamoi Grant
  • Travis Emerson Herringshaw
  • Abiola Irvine
  • Hope Elizabeth Johnson
  • Austin Kang
  • Tatiana Milagros Lathion
  • Katie Leiferman
  • Nicole Litvitskiy
  • Pamela Pabon
  • Diana Nickens Striplet
  • Justin Telleria
  • Barbara Denise Thomas
  • Shaleia Thompson
  • Zhanpeng Wang

Phi Beta Kappa Society

Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest undergraduate academic honor society in the United States. The Haverford College Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society of America was chartered in 1898 as Zeta of Pennsylvania. The Haverford chapter is one of 286 nationwide, housed at colleges and universities with academic programs in liberal arts and sciences acknowledged as sufficiently rigorous and intellectually challenging by standards maintained by the national Phi Beta Kappa society.

Individual selection reflects excellence in the liberal arts and sciences and distinction in a broad array of undergraduate courses. At Haverford College, undergraduate members of good character are selected primarily on the basis of academic performance, as expressed in their course grades. The selection committee of alumni and faculty members of Phi Beta Kappa also considers, to the extent possible, the degree of originality, creativity, and imagination of thought; the range of depth of intellectual interests; and the precision and elegance of a student’s work. Normally no less than 10 percent and no more than 15 percent of a graduating class are selected.

The Phi Beta Kappa Society supports programs that significantly advance scholarship and academic excellence by awards, lectures, and outreach activities to schools. Membership now numbers more than 500,000 individuals.

The following members of the Classes of 2020 and 2021 have been elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society.

Members of the Class of 2020 elected during the junior year:
  • Gerrit Simon Farren
  • Yongjie Gao
  • Laura Seaberg
  • Pablo Thiel
  • Yuchao Wang
Members of the Class of 2020 elected during the senior year:
  • Molly Kathryn Biddle
  • Aine Constance Carolan
  • Drew Cunningham
  • Alexander Daniels
  • Sam Ditkovsky
  • Clara Farrehi
  • Julia Gan
  • Ziyu Steve Gan
  • Russell Gerhard
  • Hope Elizabeth Johnson
  • Rachel Kline
  • Katie Leiferman
  • Conor Madden
  • Claire Mao
  • Charles Marx
  • Samuel McCalpin
  • Nathanael Dickinson Merrill
  • Gareth Xiangwei Nicholas
  • Arnav Patodia
  • Sheraz Qamar
  • Matthew Reichwein
  • Dominick Michael Rowan
  • Rory Seymour
  • Kate Marie Silber
  • Rachel Spitzer
  • Alexandra Marie Stern
  • Conor Stuart Roe
  • Daniel Van Beveren
  • Ella Zhang
Members of the Class of 2021 elected this year:
  • Grayson Hamrick
  • Tatiana Le
  • Charlotte Scott
  • Yifan Zhang

College Honors

Awarded by the Faculty of the College

Summa Cum Laude

  • Aine Constance Carolan
  • Gerrit Simon Farren
  • Ziyu Steve Gan
  • Laura Seaberg
  • Yuchao Wang

Magna Cum Laude

  • Brian Becker
  • Molly Kathryn Biddle
  • Claire Catherine Blood-Cheney
  • Kyle Fish Buseck
  • David Michael Canada (The First)
  • Caleb Thomas Conner
  • Drew Cunningham
  • Alexander Daniels
  • Sam Ditkovsky
  • Clara Farrehi
  • Julia Gan
  • Yongjie Gao
  • Russell Gerhard
  • Oliver Hughes
  • Brandon Jenkins
  • Hope Elizabeth Johnson
  • Joshua G. Klein
  • Rachel Kline
  • Katie Leiferman
  • Conor Madden
  • Claire Mao
  • Charles Marx
  • Ellis Maxwell
  • Samuel McCalpin
  • Lia McClain
  • Nathanael Dickinson Merrill
  • Aarushi Mohan Belavadi
  • Gareth Xiangwei Nicholas
  • Henry Nye
  • Arnav Patodia
  • Sheraz Qamar
  • Matthew Reichwein
  • Dominick Michael Rowan
  • Rory Seymour
  • Kate Marie Silber
  • Talia Rose Simon
  • Rachel Spitzer
  • Alexandra Marie Stern
  • Conor Stuart Roe
  • Silvia Susai
  • Pablo Thiel
  • Daniel Van Beveren
  • Claire Chenyu Wang
  • Hana Luisa Binte Yaacob
  • Ella Zhang
  • Frank Zhong

Cum Laude

  • Katharine Delight Bancroft
  • Hannah Carly Beilinson
  • Katherine Bradley
  • Leila Sophia Breen
  • Ariel Therese Censor
  • Zachary Cho
  • Sonia Copple
  • Harika Sai Dabbara
  • Lillian Jessica Feist
  • Isabel Floyd
  • Brooke Garbarini
  • Lucas Joseph Greenbaum
  • Travis Emerson Herringshaw
  • Tianyi Hu
  • Neal Laurence Kelso
  • Anne Carole Kennedy
  • Thomas Hayden Kesterson
  • Lina Klose
  • David Kong
  • Robert Kresch
  • Hongyou Lin
  • Joie Ling
  • Nicole Litvitskiy
  • Sam Lowenstein
  • Mattias Lundberg
  • John Bennett Mackay
  • Antonia Meyers
  • Jo Mikula
  • Diane Lauderdale Moore
  • Sophia Nelson
  • Charles Schuyler Neuhauser
  • Carter Patterson
  • Carlotta Marisa Luisa Pazzi
  • Mariana Ramirez
  • Matthew Samuel Scharf
  • Arielle Rebecca Schultz
  • Charles Graham Siegel
  • Ashley Christine Sisto
  • Kelsey Rae Smith
  • Kaden St Onge
  • Joseph Robert Staruski
  • Brette Stockmaster
  • Zoe Trosclair
  • Emma Walsh-Alker
  • Zhanpeng Wang
  • Lindsay Wytkind
  • Kevin Yan
  • Wanyi Yang
  • Linda Yuan

Departmental Honors

High Honors

Awarded by the Departments

  • Brian BeckerMathematics
  • Hannah Carly BeilinsonComputer Science
  • Molly Kathryn BiddleMusic and Political Science
  • Seth BoyceMusic
  • David Michael Canada (The First) History
  • Aine Constance CarolanPolitical Science
  • Zachary ChoHistory
  • Caleb Thomas ConnerPolitical Science
  • Drew CunninghamEnglish
  • Harika Sai DabbaraBiology
  • Alexander DanielsChemistry
  • Sam DitkovskyAstrophysics
  • Clara FarrehiChemistry
  • Gerrit Simon FarrenPhysics
  • Julia GanReligion
  • Ziyu Steve GanHistory and Mathematics
  • Yongjie GaoBiology
  • Lucas Joseph GreenbaumHistory
  • Travis Emerson HerringshawLinguistics and Psychology
  • Jolie Skylar JaycobsEnvironmental Studies
  • Brandon JenkinsEconomics
  • Hope Elizabeth JohnsonClassical Languages
  • Arielle Samantha KatzEnvironmental Studies
  • David KingReligion
  • Joshua G. KleinChemistry
  • Lina KloseAnthropology
  • David KongEconomics
  • Nicole LitvitskiyPsychology
  • Mattias LundbergMusic
  • Charles MarxComputer Science and Mathematics
  • Samuel McCalpinChemistry
  • Nathanael Dickinson MerrillPhysics
  • Hayle Mathia MeyerhoffHistory
  • Antonia MeyersEconomics
  • Diane Lauderdale MooreEconomics
  • Gareth Xiangwei Nicholas Computer Science
  • Shivani ParikhChemistry
  • Arnav PatodiaEconomics
  • Carter PattersonPhysics
  • Benjamin Bruce MacKichan PaulLinguistics
  • Sheraz QamarChemistry
  • Joseph Spir RechaniAnthropology
  • Kaitlin Margaret ReeseEnvironmental Studies
  • Matthew ReichweinRomance Languages at Bryn Mawr College
  • Brittany Nicole RobinsonAnthropology
  • Dominick Michael RowanAstronomy and Physics
  • Laura SeabergMathematics
  • Rory SeymourBiology
  • Charles Graham SiegelPsychology
  • Rachel SpitzerPsychology
  • Teruha Amalia StergiosBiology
  • Conor Stuart RoeLinguistics
  • Daniel Van BeverenPhysics
  • Charles Buehrer WalkerPhysics
  • Zhanpeng WangComputer Science
  • Allison WiseReligion
  • Kevin YanEconomics
  • Ella ZhangPolitical Science
  • Frank ZhongEnglish

Honors

Awarded by the Departments

  • Petra AbramenkoGerman and German Studies
  • Maya Lauren AhmedEconomics
  • Jack AndersonPolitical Science
  • Isabelle May AngstmanChemistry
  • Claire ArmstrongChemistry
  • Katharine Delight BancroftPhysics
  • Kameron BanksChemistry
  • Oishi BardhanChemistry
  • Brian BeckerComputer Science
  • Elena BettioPsychology
  • Katherine BradleyClassical Culture and Society
  • Harrison Wilson BreaultHistory
  • Kyle Fish BuseckEconomics
  • Ariel Therese CensorPolitical Science
  • Claire Catherine Blood-CheneyClassical Culture and Society
  • Sydney Josephine ChurchillChemistry
  • Sonia CoppleEnglish at Bryn Mawr College
  • Annie Connolly-SporingChemistry
  • Peter Louis Cruz ParrillaChemistry
  • Lauren De La OssaChemistry
  • Rylee Anne FennellLinguistics
  • Daniel FeshbachComputer Science
  • Isabel FloydPhilosophy
  • Brooke GarbariniHistory
  • Russell GerhardComputer Science
  • Emile GiventalComputer Science
  • Dennis James Grencewicz IIIBiology
  • Kendra Kay GriesmanComputer Science
  • Maarten HesselingPhysics
  • Oliver HughesClassical Languages
  • Austin KangChemistry
  • Arielle Samantha KatzGeology at Bryn Mawr College
  • Rachel KlineHistory of Art at Bryn Mawr College
  • Robert KreschPolitical Science
  • Isaiah KriegmanMathematics
  • Olivia Christine LaxtonChemistry
  • Katie LeifermanAnthropology
  • Jack LeighningerHistory at Bryn Mawr College
  • Anran LiComparative Literature
  • Emily Lilian LinLinguistics
  • Hongyou LinPhysics
  • Michelle LinChemistry
  • Joie LingChemistry
  • Kadan Edward LottickComputer Science
  • Sam LowensteinComputer Science
  • Leanne LudwickBiology
  • Leslie Patricia Luqueño Anthropology
  • Michelle LuuEnvironmental Studies
  • Conor MaddenEnglish
  • Vanessa Martinez PennComparative Literature
  • Claire MaoPolitical Science
  • Graham MauroLinguistics
  • Ellis MaxwellEnglish
  • Lia McClainAnthropology
  • Jo MikulaEnglish and French and Francophone Studies
  • Aarushi Mohan BelavadiPhilosophy
  • Henry MohrComputer Science
  • Jacob MurrayMathematics
  • Sophia NelsonBiology
  • Henry NyeMathematics
  • Carter PattersonMathematics
  • Carlotta Marisa Luisa PazziBiology
  • Grace Margaret PindzolaBiology
  • Briana Marquette QuinnSpanish and International Studies at Bryn Mawr College
  • Mariana RamirezAnthropology
  • Grayson RothPsychology
  • Matthew Samuel ScharfMathematics
  • Arielle Rebecca SchultzBiology
  • Charles Schuyler NeuhauserHistory
  • Talia Rose SimonEconomics at Bryn Mawr College
  • Abigail Mae SingerEnvironmental Studies
  • Ashley Christine SistoChemistry
  • Kelsey Rae SmithAnthropology
  • Alexandra Marie SternHistory of Art and Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, both at Bryn Mawr College
  • Conor Stuart RoeComputer Science
  • Silvia SusaiComputer Science
  • Pablo ThielComputer Science
  • Emma Walsh-AlkerPolitical Science
  • Claire Chenyu WangEconomics at Bryn Mawr College
  • Jiaping WangComputer Science
  • Emily WilliamsHistory at Bryn Mawr College
  • Lindsay WytkindPsychology
  • Wanyi YangEconomics
  • Linda YuanPhysics
  • Sierra Madison ZareckEnglish at Bryn Mawr College

This digital program displays information for students who are viewed as having completed graduation requirements as of Saturday, May 30, 2020. As such, this digital program does not confirm completion of requirements. The college transcript serves as the official student record.

Please note: some students may have chosen not to submit their thesis or project titles, and some Bi-Co or Tri-Co departments have not yet certified completion of certain curricular programs.