The University of Chicago selected Upper School English teacher and soccer coach Dan Keefe for the Outstanding Educator Award. He was nominated by University of Chicago student Michael Baumholtz ’18.
News & Publications
The Haverford School is home to stories of intrigue and success, challenges and rewards. Here, you can find the latest happenings in campus news, hear from our community in The Big Room blog, browse the latest issue of Haverford School Today, or look at some of the other key publications created to inform and engage our community.
Micheletti, a senior captain, has established himself as a potent soccer striker for the Fords this fall, with four goals and five assists in five games. In the Fords’ recent 1-0 win against two-time defending PIAA state champion Conestoga, the Franklin & Marshall commit orchestrated the offensive side for Haverford, who had numerous chances on goal against the Pioneers. Last fall, Micheletti received All-Main Line soccer honors – as a center midfielder. Read the story on papreplive.com >
"The question isn't what can I do for my boys, it's who can I be for my boys," says Michael Baime, one of the country's foremost experts on mindfulness and director of the mindfulness program at Penn Medicine. On Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in Ball Auditorium, Baime will discuss the science behind mindfulness, the role of mindfulness in managing stress, and provide tips on how to settle into the present moment. He will lead a guided sitting meditation as well as a communications exercise.
Student Body President VI Former Biagio DeSimone gave the following remarks on Opening Day, challenging his peers to make new friends and strengthen existing friendships. "As you become a part of Haverford, Haverford becomes a part of you," he said.
In this blog post, Headmaster John Nagl reflects on this year's summer reading for the faculty and staff: Blind Spot: Hidden Biases of Good People, written by Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald. Christopher Dial, who manages Professor Banaji's Implicit Social Cognition lab at Harvard, presented a discussion on the book's ideas at Haverford's opening meeting.
Progress and the Path Forward:
Strategic Vision: 2010-2020 Update
The culmination of a year and a half of discussion focused on assessing the core values, strategic priorities, and organizational capacities set out in our Strategic Vision document in 2010, Progress and the Path Forward assesses our original strategies, progress to date, and next steps toward institutional growth and improvement. It outlines our community's best strategic thinking and our vision for Haverford's future. Visit haverford.org/vision to learn more.