- 28.84 linear ft.
- Thomas R. Tritton became Haverford College's 12th President in July, 1997, and served for a decade, leaving in June, 2007. A Quaker and a cancer research expert, Tritton came from the University of Vermont, where he had been a pharmacology professor, vice provost, and had had oversight for computing and technology. He was also responsible for the University's performing arts and museum programs. The hallmark of his tenure at Haverford was the successful "Educating to Lead, Educating to Serve" campaign to raise $200 million. The primary goal was to raise capital and endowment funds for "Tritton's concept of integrated scholarship [which] implies the dissolution of boundaries across and between academic disciplines as well as among the various constituencies of the College." (Haverford Magazine, Fall 2006, p. 26). Two new buildings were constructed, the Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center and the Douglas B. Gardner '83 Integrated Athletic Center, and two programs...(see more)
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