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Students

Students

Noah Tunis '24 sits in front of his desk, smiling.

The philosophy and psychology major is interning the summer with AR Proformance, working to expand access to high-quality squash coaching and analysis.

Arushi smiles outside with a garden behind her.

The pre-med psychology major and health studies minor is one of only 22 students selected by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for their summer internship.

Four glass cylinders glowing purple, green, orange, and red

The KINSC Scientific Imaging Contest is an annual contest for student-submitted images from experiments or simulations that are scientifically intriguing as well as aesthetically pleasing.

Faculty

Faculty

Professor Molly Farneth stands in front of Founder's Hall.

The associate professor of religion will use the support to study the activism and religious development of writer Grace Lee Boggs in Detroit this summer.

Associate Professor of Economics Carola Binder Talks Gas Tax Holidays and Inflation on NPR

Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing and Oral Communication Specialist Nimisha Ladva Selected for 2022 PlayPenn Conference

Campus

Campus

Sayeeda smiles, sitting in the GRASE office in front of a Pride flag and a transgender flag

Four questions with Sayeeda Rashid, director of the Center for Gender Resources and Sexual Education. 

Nikki Young turns to the camera, smiling, next to a window

The current associate provost for equity and inclusive excellence at Bucknell University will become Haverford’s vice president for institutional equity and access and professor of religion and gender and sexuality studies on Aug. 15. 

On May 14, the College held its 184th Commencement ceremony, celebrating the accomplishments of the 306 members of the Class of 2022.

Alumni

Alumni

For her thesis, the religion major used an unconventional medium to analyze human connections, hierarchical structures, and activism through the lens of dancing styles.
Bruce Leto '14 sits at his piano.

An artistic kinship with Professor Emeritus of Music Curt Cacioppo colors the classical pianist's albums and performances, including a recent recital at Carnegie Hall, where he played the live premiere of the composer's “Hal’s Reprise.”

The biology major and environmental studies minor is researching and cataloging plants and insects with the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute.

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