Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Region! Our primary goal is to get alumnae, alumni, parents and students more involved in HWS activities throughout the region. We are eager to share our love for the Colleges. We encourage area alumni and alumnae to engage in volunteer opportunities in support of the Colleges. There is plenty of opportunity to get involved: whether it's participating in admissions outreach or helping to plan regional events, we have something for everyone!
2015-2016 Mid-Atlantic Donor Participation Goal 32%
(Alumnae, Alumni, & Parents)
This month, NASA's Curiosity rover team, led by John Grotzinger '79, S.D.'13, confirmed that billions of years ago, Mars was home to lakes, streams and deltas, and that low-lying depressions could have remained filled for up to 10,000 years. Grotzinger -- the lead author of the report, which appears in the journal Science -- explains in the NASA press release announcing the report that "paradoxic... More >>
The "critical zone" refers to the planet's permeable, near-surface layer -- that level of the environment where rock, soil, water, air and living organisms interact and shape the Earth's surface. This summer, with the support of a $19,927 grant from Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) and the National Science Foundation, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Kristen Bru... More >>
This summer, Kelly Mauch '17 landed a coveted seat as an education and outreach fellow for the Partnership for Public Service in Washington, D.C. She joined HWS alums Caleb Campbell '11 and Megan Marra '13, who work at the nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that strives to revitalize the federal government by inspiring a new generation of Americans into federal service and by transforming the w... More >>
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