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Ted Love at table with students
Friday, February 17, 2017

Ethical Leadership

The Summer Institute on Ethical Leadership aims to provide future leaders with tools to use when dealing with challenging situations. Twelve students were part of the inaugural cohort, and twelve alums returned to campus to lead the program. Applications for the 2017 institute are due March 13, 2017.

Physician and biotech entrepreneur Ted Love '81, CEO of Global Blood Therapeutics, shared ethical-investor strategies during the inaugural Ethical Leadership Summer Institute. Photo: Leigh Taylor.

Rebecca Harris '03 and Arunabh Ghosh '03
Wednesday, February 1, 2017

History Lesson: Seminar on Historical Evidence

Considered pioneering when it was created, a history class called “Seminar on Historical Evidence” was unparalleled in exposing majors to hands-on work in historical research. This approach has since been incorporated into the senior thesis process.

A series of photos taken in 2002 of students with their “Seminar on Historical Evidence” mystery artifact included Rebecca Harris '03, holding a 19th-century pocket watch shipping tin, and Arunabh Ghosh '03, holding a cheek block that was used to control the rigging and sails on a small sailing vessel.

Ted Love at table with students
Monday, January 16, 2017

Ethical Leadership

The Summer Institute on Ethical Leadership aims to provide future leaders with tools to use when dealing with challenging situations. Twelve students were part of the inaugural cohort, and twelve alums returned to campus to lead the program. Applications for the 2017 institute are due February 1, 2016.

Physician and biotech entrepreneur Ted Love '81, CEO of Global Blood Therapeutics, shared ethical-investor strategies during the inaugural Ethical Leadership Summer Institute. Photo: Leigh Taylor.

Mimi Fuchs '13
Monday, January 2, 2017

Alumni Profile – Mimi Fuchs '13

“In addition to providing an excellent and rigorous training in the physical sciences, Haverford offered so many unique opportunities that shaped my professional interests and career path.” – Mimi Fuchs '13, astrophysics major

Miriam (Mimi) Fuchs '13 works for the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory's Submillimeter Array, a telescope located atop Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawai'i. Read her Alumni Career Profile
Ted Love at table with students
Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Ethical Leadership

The Summer Institute on Ethical Leadership aims to provide future leaders with tools to use when dealing with challenging situations. Twelve students were part of the inaugural cohort, and twelve alums returned to campus to lead the program. Applications for the 2017 institute are due December 9, 2016.

Physician and biotech entrepreneur Ted Love '81, CEO of Global Blood Therapeutics, shared ethical-investor strategies during the inaugural Ethical Leadership Summer Institute. Photo: Leigh Taylor.

Haverford Cheerleaders in the 1940's
Monday, November 28, 2016

History Lesson: Haverford Cheerleaders

Cheerleading—of the all-male variety—has a venerable history at the College. According to The Record of the Class of 1948, the cheerleading squad had six men and the group’s captain was also charged with emceeing pep rallies, as well as the “fireworks-bonfire extravaganza before the Swarthmore game.”

The cheerleading corps went co-ed for a time in the late 1950s as Bryn Mawr students filled out the ranks. By the early 1960s, all the cheerleaders were women.

Megan Holt '14
Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Athletics

The passion Megan Holt ’14 has for field hockey has sent her on an incredible journey. It started in her hometown of Bryn Mawr, continued at Haverford—where she was a field hockey team captain—and has taken her all the way across the world to Copenhagen, where she now lives and plays for a club team.

Holt was recently the first non-Dane to be voted Female Player of the Year by the Dansk Hockey Union. Photo: Claus Peuckert.

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