Housed in the VCAM epicenter, Haverford Innovations Program (HIP) encourages and supports creative and strategic thinking around a problem, a need, a question, or simply an interest - that when fostered presents new solutions and opportunities for entrepreneurial projects and paths of learning.
The program strives to encouraging creative thinking, collaborative efforts, and social engagement through processes of ideation, design and implementation.
Partnering with Haverford’s academic and extracurricular departments as well as the college’s Centers, HIP looks to explore endeavors in the current cultural and technological moment through speakers, workshops, events, and summer immersion.
Margaret Chen ’21 and Sara Matsumura ’20 spent the summer creating a return system for reusable fast food containers as a part of Haverford Innovation Program’s Incubator.
Rising seniors Brittany He and Julia Jones worked on their online small-job-sourcing program as one of two teams in this summer’s Haverford Innovation Program Incubator.
Austin Huber ’19 and Nicky Rhodes ’19 are taking advantage of the burgeoning makerspace movement to build a sustainable, open-source design platform that allows customers to fully personalize their spaces.
Sponsored by the Haverford Innovations Program’s Summer Innovation Incubator, the three-member team spent their summer developing a digital interface that tracks students’ academic trajectories and the courses they need to graduate.