Headline Archive for Allison Wise

  • dana boyd smiling

    A new on-campus series asks us how we engage ethically with technology, beginning with a keynote address from danah boyd on Sept. 26.

  • Haverford is committed to making important texts accessible to all, and recently made “Studies in Mystical Religion” by famed Quaker educator and philosopher Rufus M. Jones available to the HathiTrust, a digital library offering millions of titles.

  • The 8th annual showcase of student films and multimedia projects brought together artists and audiences from Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore.

  • Led by Antonio Gil ’19, Planeswalkers for Diversity aims to create a more inclusive environment for Magic: The Gathering enthusiasts and newcomers alike.

  • With a mission of making figure skating more accessible to interested students, Haverford’s newly established Figure Skating Club welcomes all experience levels.

  • With more than than 30 options to earn physical education credit ranging from instructional courses to intramural, club, and varsity sports, there is no shortage of ways for Fords to stay fit.

  • Yuchao Wang '20 poses with peacock feathers, the focus of his research

    Yuchao Wang ’20, Rui Fang ’18, and Yabin Lu ’18 co-authored a paper in PLOS ONE with Professor of Physics and Astronomy Suzanne Amador Kane on the biological physics of the color of peacock feathers. 

  • Both new and experienced players are encouraged to try their hand at the age-old game of strategy and perseverance.

  • For over 40 years, the Center for Career and Professional Advising has matched alumni working in a wide array of industries with interested Haverford students for hands-on experience in their chosen field.

  • Ten Bi-Co students spent spring break experiencing culture in Japan through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan’s Friendship Ties Program.

  • With a mission to provide a support network and space to grow for students with identities underrepresented in the field, Womxn in Econ is crunching the numbers on inclusivity and gender equality.

  • The films in the eighth year of this series engage with the politics of place, race, history, performance, and cinema itself.

  • Students and alumni shared research and career insights during a day of panels, presentations, and Haverfordian connections.

  • The annual energy-saving competition featured a month of energy reduction, sustainable food practices, and environmentally focused events sponsored by the Committee for Environmental Responsibility.

  • Karl Johnson in his lab

    The Professor of Biology and Coordinator of the Concentration in Biochemistry and Biophysics has been awarded a $211,536 grant from the National Institutes of Health for his research on Chlamydomonas, a single-celled model organism that provides insight into the cell biology of many eukaryotes, including humans.