Mellon Creative Resident Katherine McCanless Ruffin, the Book Studies and Book Arts Program director at Wellesley College, spent a week on campus in February giving workshops and lectures on early papyrus making and letterpress printing, and talking about why making things matters.
Notice anything unusual about the Duck Pond? Yes, that’s a rare sight.
Alumni business professionals connected with current students at the “Fords in Business Conference” organized by the Center for Career and Professional Advising, and the Department of Economics.
Jim Wiltsee ’09, a consultant with Accenture, and Arman Terzian ’14, who works for the Advisory Board Company, offered a workshop on case interviews for students interested in applying for jobs in the consulting industry. The event was sponsored by the Center for Career and Professional Advising.
Since graduating from Haverford, Minna Yoshikawa ’14 has been working at the New York AIDS Institute, which is part of the state’s Department of Health.