A native of Germany, physics major Gerrit Farren '20 will return to Europe this summer to conduct theoretical physics research that will be used to construct a model of the Big Bang.
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Chemistry major Alyssa Sherman '18 is working for Boeing's International Space Station department this summer before heading off to the University of Pennsylvania for a master's degree in material engineering as part of Haverford's 4+1 engineering program.