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ALUMNI AND ALUMNAE NEWS

Oberfield '98 on Ferguson, Policing

Zachary Oberfield '98, assistant professor of political science at Haverford College, recently published an article on the Washington Post blog, "Monkey Cage," reflecting on race, policing, and the social and bureaucratic questions that arise out of the recent events in Ferguson, Mo. Oberfield's article -- "Would more minority police officers have made a ...  More >>

Feller '06 Publishes Trailblazing Study

New research on mantis shrimp larvae conducted by Kathryn Feller '06 has gained significant attention this fall with the publication of a trailblazing study in The Journal of Experimental Biology, as well as coverage by National Geographic and Discovery.com. Feller, whose doctoral work is on the subject, also has successfully defended her dissertation, "T...  More >>

Whitaker '73, L.H.D. '97 Recalls Early Years

Television station WBTV, in North Carolina, recently featured HWS Trustee Bill Whitaker '73, L.H.D. '97, correspondent for CBS' acclaimed newsmagazine television program, "60 Minutes" and an Emmy award-winning veteran of CBS News. The article reflected on Whitaker's early career and his first break into reporting, which happened at WBTV. In his first role...  More >>

Judge Rosen Appointed

The Hon. Larry Rosen '69 has been appointed assigned counsel administrator for Albany County, responsible for assisting with oversight for legal services to those who cannot afford an attorney. "I am pleased and honored Judge Rosen has agreed to take on this new challenge. Over the years he has shown a deep understanding of the law, compassion for his fel...  More >>

Wesley ’07 Aids Refugees in Jordan

Hannah Wesley '07 is working in Amman, Jordan, at the health department of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). The opportunity to serve as the organization's associate health policy and planning officer came about following a graduate internship she completed in the department. She graduated with a master's in p...  More >>