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Faculty, students sign commitment to anti-racism

September 3, 2020 Olivia Bowman 1

The document has garnered over 4 pages of signatures since a professor in the College’s psychology department, Joanna Herres, started it after seeing an open letter from Bryn Mawr and Haverford College students stating the accounts of discrimination they, as Black students, have experienced at their colleges and the action steps that they believed could be taken by their institutions. […]

President Foster addresses faculty members’ furlough concerns

July 8, 2020 Madison Pena 0

The College’s American Federation of Teachers (AFT) union members wrote a letter to President Kathryn Foster, highlighting both financial and professional concerns with dividing furlough dates, as announced in her most recent community-missive on July 2. The union requested Foster to consider consolidating the two mandated five-day furlough periods in the month of July for all faculty members rather than a select few, thus allowing 12-month professional staff members access to CARES funding. […]

Music instructors take center stage

March 5, 2019 Signal Contributor 0

Amidst all of the student performances and recitals, one adjunct professor at the College wanted to give music faculty their time to shine. Christopher Sierra, a voice instructor, invited faculty members from different colleges to help host his event, “Crossing Genres,” which was created to showcase the versatility […]

Inaugural Pelson Chair recipient shares ecological findings

April 10, 2018 Thomas Infante 0

Professor Janet Morrison’s collaborative research with students, titled “Nine Years in the Woods: Measuring and Mentoring in the Forests of New Jersey,” was showcased to an eager audience of students and faculty members at the Barbara Meyers Pelson ’59 Annual Lecture on Friday, April 6  in the Education Building Room 212. […]