As a Haverford House fellow, the sociology major is continuing work he started with his senior thesis: highlighting the experiences of people of color in predominantly white environments.
The computer science major chose to write her thesis on a program analysis technique known as “abstract interpretation”—and its implications for how humans interact with technology.
In his senior thesis, Graf Evans suggests a new approach to environmental activism— one informed by the Quakers’ theological beliefs.
The history major and museum studies minor examined the history of science and social class through a botanical lens.
The sociology major and philosophy minor is off to New Haven to pursue a Ph.D. in sociology at Yale University.