The American Chemical Society-certified chemistry major will move to the West Coast later this summer to start work as a junior scientist at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
The history major and museum studies minor examined the history of science and social class through a botanical lens.
The political science major is getting a closer look at the process of public policy-making at MAXIMUS, Inc., a company headed by Bruce Caswell ’88.
Before she goes off to medical school, Carson is working as a lab assistant at the Ardmore-based practice Aesthetic Dermatology.
The sociology major is laying the groundwork for a career in forestry as an intern with the University of Pennsylvania’s Morris Arboretum.
The computer science and mathematics double major is now working as a software engineer for Amazon in his hometown of Seattle, Washington.
The sociology major and philosophy minor is off to New Haven to pursue a Ph.D. in sociology at Yale University.
The recent graduates have started their own tour company, Beyond the Bell, which strives to tell a more inclusive history of Philadelphia.
The biology major and environmental studies minor is set to begin her first year of a joint J.D./M.P.H. program this fall—the first step on the path to her dream job of being a public health policy attorney.
Gladstone wants to change the way we think about race, and he’s pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy at Emory University to do so.
Ehrsam is starting a two-year stint as a Teach for America educator this summer.
The sociology major is applying her passion for food justice as a FoodCorps service member at the Boston Mayor’s Office of Food Access.
The political science major and environmental studies minor is pursuing his passion for social justice with a volunteer position at the New Economy Coalition.
The physics major is earning his masters in mechanical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania through Haverford’s 4+1 partnership program with the university.
The English major is returning for a second year as the summer fellow with BlackStar Film Festival, which “showcases films by black people from around the world.”
From an academic path in chemistry to a career in child literary, John Halifax is broadening his horizons as a Quaker Voluntary Service fellow at West Philadelphia Alliance for the Children.
The religion major wrote his thesis on the digitization of the Bible—and whether or not that has consequences for Christians’ relationship to its content.
The political science major, who’s considering running for office himself one day, is currently working for Democratic nominee Chrissy Houlahan’s campaign.