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The lengthy, thought-provoking discussion focuses on Schlosser’s book "What Would Socrates Do? Self-Examination, Civic Engagement, and the Politics of Philosophy."
Airea Matthews
Matthews was featured for her collection "Simulacra" from Yale University Press. She will be teaching "Intro to Creative Writing" and "Writing Poetry II" in the spring.
Dr. Arlo Weil
This award is given annually for a published work (paper, book, or map) of exceptional distinction that clearly advances the science of structural geology or tectonics.
Assistant Professor of Physics David Schaffner and a number of Bryn Mawr students recently attended the American Physical Society (APS) Division of Plasma Physics meeting in Milwaukee, WI.
Assistant Professor of Social Work Carolina Hausmann-Stabile
“Many girls direct aggression that they have learned to use in their environments and resolve conflicts through their bodies," Hausmann-Stabile tells WHYY.
Michelle Francl
Chemistry's Michelle Francl is among the experts Chemical & Engineering News turned to for an article on the ways in which science can help us to "smell the past."
Erika Guadalupe Núñez '13, who graduated with a degree in fine arts from Haverford College, designed a poster to help residents know their rights when approached by local police or immigration agents.
Since students are permitted to decorate the glass (with water-based paint), the hallways become virtual art galleries!
Frank Mallory
During his 54-year tenure at the College, Frank served as chair of his department for 10 years and as President Emeritus Pat McPherson’s first Academic Deputy to the President.
Nicole was a participant in the 2015 360° "Climate Change: Science and Politics," taught by Hager, Professor of Geology Don Barber, and Professor of Philosophy Bob Dostal.


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