Launched in 2012, Baldwin Scholars is an exceptional opportunity for Grade XII students to pursue advanced work in their selected fields of interest. Under the direction of the Scholars team, each girl designs her own year-long course of study, including both academic research and work in the field, culminating in a final presentation. Once accepted into the program, she will enroll in the Scholars course for the fall semester and conduct independent research. Her spring semester will be spent doing fieldwork and finalizing her presentation. Working with Department heads and the Scholars team, she will receive from one to two course credits for the program. Baldwin Scholars is funded by Pamela Kenworthey Harer ’51 and her husband, Benson Harer. Pictured: Benson Harer and Pamela Kenworthey Harer ’51 speak with Director of Libraries and Information Services Lisa López-Carickhoff. The couple visited Baldwin to see the current Scholars' projects.
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