Dr. Erica Armstrong Dunbar, a renowned historian, author, and lecturer, spoke at the 29th annual Davis R. Parker Memorial History Lecture, an endowed lecture series at The Haverford School, on April 10.
Best for Boys: fosters the social, emotional, and academic growth of boys
Edward R. Hallowell Literary Lecture: brings a nationally known author to campus for an evening lecture
Davis R. Parker Memorial History Lecture: brings a notable expert to campus for an evening lecture to engage in discussions of historical importance
Michael Stairs Memorial Concert: brings a renowned musician to campus to celebrate music as an academic discipline
Joseph T. Cox Servant Leadership Symposium: features a transformational leader who puts self above others. This event is exclusively for Upper School students.
William Edward Gwinn '86 Memorial Science Lecture: features a distinguished scientist. This event is exclusively for Upper School students.
They smoke more, fight more and are far more likely to die young than girls. But their tendency to violence isn’t innate. Read the piece by Dr. Michael Reichert, a consulting psychologist at The Haverford School. Register for his May 8 talk, Boyhood in the 21st Century, at haverford.org/bestforboys.
Upper School students heard from Alizé Carrère, a renowned cultural ecologist and National Geographic Explorer, as part of the William Edward Gwinn ’86 Memorial Science Lecture on March 14. Carrère shared her experiences documenting and researching climate change adaptation with students and faculty, and how innovation can fuel growth in a changing environment.