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During her final semester at HWS, Tatianna Suriel ’20 embarked on a project to highlight the value of bilingual education and ways to improve outcomes and opportunities for students. Suriel,…

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In Associate Professor of Chemistry Christine de Denus’ forensic science course, lab experiments and guest lectures offer students rare windows into the techniques used by criminal investigators — and the…

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In courses like cell biology, organic chemistry and immunology, you won’t find any “canned” labs with predetermined outcomes. Instead, HWS faculty researchers engage students in the scientific process through ongoing…

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In two new publications, Associate Professor of History Matthew Crow tracks the history of legal thought across empires and oceans, discussing contemporary questions of law and authority in the context of American literature and…

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Octagon, the world’s leading sports and entertainment marketing and talent firm, enjoyed its best financial year to date in 2019, with a record 30 new brand and sports property clients…

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Masks, face shields and other personal protective equipment are in high demand amid the pandemic, and HWS faculty members are answering the call — with sewing machines, community collaboration and…

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As the HWS Art and Architecture Program adjusts to the new realities of remote learning, faculty and students are turning to the principles of design to address the challenges of…

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With a $100,000 gift to HWS in late 2019, Peter Standish Jr. ’83 and Anne O’Connor ’86 Standish P’14, P’16 established a permanent endowment fund to provide assistance to academically…

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Billions of dollars, millions of miles, uncertain outcomes. “Why are we doing this? It’s about this question of life on Mars,” John Grotzinger ’79, Sc.D. ’13 told the audience gathered…

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From painting and literature to comedy and country music, first-year students at HWS probed the making and meaning of a wide range of artistic media. In courses offered through the…

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