Headline Archive for Rebecca Raber

  • George O'Hara portrait in front of flowers

    The chemistry and Russian double major will continue combining his love of the natural sciences and foreign languages in Kiev, Ukraine, where he will conduct research on the integration of addiction treatment and HIV services into primary care clinics.

  • Maggie Steinberg portrait

    The Latin major has earned both a Haverford Classics Utraque Lingua grant and a fellowship from UC Berkeley to attend that university's Intensive Greek Workshop for 10 weeks this summer. 

  • Inside the VCAM building, a view of three stories

    Haverford's new Visual Culture, Arts, and Media space in the repurposed Old Gym has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects' 2018 awards program for its innovative and sustainable design.

  • Sabrina Emms portrait

    The biology major's work on heart muscle cell proliferation as part of a research team at Thomas Jefferson University was published in the journal Development.

  • The course, which covers the design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems, explores how design decisions can impact access to computing and technology. 

  • Is Friday the 13th unlucky? Not this month, when the mysterious annual campus tradition of Pinwheel Day, which marks the arrival of spring’s warm weather, brought sunshine and festive decorations to Founders Green.

  • Charles Hale standing in front of Haverford House

    The former biology major and current Haverford House fellow is headed to the Czech Republic to continue studying an invasive plant that was the focus of his senior thesis research.

  • Sam Epstein portrait

    The chemistry major and biochemistry concentrator is one of 221 students from across the country chosen for the premiere undergraduate science scholarship of its kind.

  • Brett Pogostin '18 (left) and Ulf Olsson

    In Ulf Olsson's lab in Lund, Sweden, the chemistry major will study how lipid molecules impact the peptide aggregation that forms plaques in the brain of Parkinson's patients.

  • The Office of Academic Resources’ Reading Rainbow series, which asks campus community members to share book recommendations, continued this semester with an event focused on books that the panelists—including President Kim Benston and Talia Scott ’19—would have given to themselves as a young adult.

  • This visual studies course explores the specific mid-20th-century movement of “conceptual art,” as well as its progenitors and its progeny. Students study the founding manifestos, canonical works, and critical appraisals, as well as develop tightly structured studio practica to embody the former research.

  • A beautiful blue sky behind the cupola on Founders Hall

    Seth Bernstein '84, chair of the Nominations & Governance Committee of the Board of Managers, announced the membership of the committee

  • This year, for the holiday, the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center was transformed into Hawkins, Indiana; Westeros; and more!

  • This first-year writing seminar examines cities as sites of public health concern and intervention in modern history.

  • Owen Janson, in a mushroom hat, and Tosin Alliyu

    Tosin Alliyu and Owen Janson will spend next year traveling the world in pursuit of independent research projects cultivated on an international scale thanks to $30,000 awards.

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