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Patrick Montero
Haverford's students want to make the world a better place
Thursday, June 28, 2018

Making a Better World

Haverford students are critical thinkers and ethical leaders whose passions and talents will make a better world. Watch the short video below to see the impact your annual gift makes.

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Meet eight Haverfordians determined to make the world a better place. Video: Patrick Montero.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Summer Centered: Gerrit Farren '20

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.

Thanks to funding from the Koshland Natural Sciences Center, Farren will study in Professor of Astrophysics and Cosmology Andrew H. Jaffe’s Imperial College, London-based lab. "Summer Centered" is a series exploring our students' Center-funded summer work.

Jeremy Zoll
Monday, June 25, 2018

In the Majors

Right after his junior year, Jeremy Zoll ’12 landed a summer internship in the front office of a major league baseball team, and it’s been a meteoric rise ever since. Today he’s director of minor league operations for the Minnesota Twins.

Jeremy Zoll '12 in front of the Minnesota Twins' spring training headquarters in Fort Myers, Fla. Photo: Brian Tietz

Reilly Milburn '19
Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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.

The 2018 second-place winner: Reilly Milburn '19, "Simulated submillimeter galaxies generated using Powderday and YT showing extremely high density (i.e., stars and dust) in white."