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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Summer Centered: Allison Wise '20 Digs Into the Archives

On her Hurford Center-sponsored internship, religion major Allison Wise ’20 is working with images and illustrations at the Library Company of Philadelphia to supplement one of the Philadelphia area’s canonical records.

Allison Wise '20 (left) with Assistant Curator of Prints and Photographs Erika Piola '87. Photo: Patrick Montero. "Summer Centered" is a series exploring our students' Center-funded summer work.

Very Large Array radio telescope
Monday, July 15, 2019

KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest

The KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest is an annual competition for student-submitted images from experiments or simulations that are scientifically intriguing as well as aesthetically pleasing. Judging is based on both the quality of the image and the explanation of the underlying science.

Reilly Milburn '19 won second place in the 2019 contest for "The Very Large Array in New Mexico."

A Streptomyces coelicolor spore grown on a semi-solid agar plate
Wednesday, May 15, 2019

KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest

The KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest is an annual competition for student-submitted images from experiments or simulations that are scientifically intriguing as well as aesthetically pleasing. Judging is based on both the quality of the image and the explanation of the underlying science.

Renata DiDonato '19 won third place in the 2019 contest for "A Streptomyces coelicolor spore grown on a semi-solid agar plate."

KINSC photo contest
Friday, May 10, 2019

KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest

The KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest is an annual competition for student-submitted images from experiments or simulations that are scientifically intriguing as well as aesthetically pleasing. Judging is based on both the quality of the image and the explanation of the underlying science.

Daniel Feshbach '20 won first place with a heat map depicting paths for a circular robot, which moves at an unreliable angle until encountering a wall.

Very Large Array radio telescope
Wednesday, May 1, 2019

KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest

The KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest is an annual competition for student-submitted images from experiments or simulations that are scientifically intriguing as well as aesthetically pleasing. Judging is based on both the quality of the image and the explanation of the underlying science.

Reilly Milburn '19 won second place in the 2019 contest for "The Very Large Array in New Mexico."

Mohamed's arm stretched out beside the mechanical arm he created, which is opened to expose various wires
Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Visual Culture, Arts, and Media

Mohamed Ali '22 3D-printed a mechanical arm in the Maker Arts Space and developed code to allow the sensors on his arm to communicate with the robotic arm. Photo: Patrick Montero.

A person views an illustrated recipe for artichoke dip
Tuesday, April 9, 2019

The Hurford Center for Arts & Humanities

The John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities (HCAH) supports the intellectual and artistic ambitions of faculty, students, and staff, fostering collaboration, experimentation, and critical thought under the auspices of the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, the Tuttle Creative Programs, and other Center initiatives.

To share her new hand-illustrated cookbook with the community, Sarah Jesup ’20, a double major in fine arts at Haverford and psychology at Bryn Mawr, hosted a salsa-making session in the VCAM community kitchen with help from the Hurford Center’s Student Arts Fund.

Mohamed Ali ’22
Monday, March 25, 2019

Visual Culture, Arts, and Media

Mohamed Ali '22 3D-printed a mechanical arm in the Maker Arts Space and developed code to allow the sensors on his arm to communicate with the robotic arm. Photo: Patrick Montero.

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