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In this installment of 40 Minutes with Fran, Head of School Dr. Fran Bisselle, Robotics Team Mentor Hanna Keyerleber '17, and Robotics Team Alumna Kate Snow '18 explore the growth and success of HB's Robotics team, The Fighting Unicorns.
Watch as Head of School Dr. Fran Bisselle discusses the innovative math curriculum, Math Bridges, with Primary School Director Kelly Stepnowsky and Primary School Teacher Becky Kline. They detail how Math Bridges engages young students in a new way and is beneficial both inside and outside the classroom.
Head of School Dr. Fran Bisselle and Amanda discuss Amanda's career following graduation from Hathaway Brown School. From working for Oprah to starting her own business, Amanda shares how her years at HB have influenced her career and how her own life experiences inspired her to launch Hysterical.
Head of School Dr. Fran Bisselle and Middle School Director Sharon Baker discuss integrating social-emotional learning into the curriculum and addressing various student needs.
Head of School Fran Bisselle talks with Stacey Aroney, Director of Athletics and Physical Education, about the future of athletics at HB.
Alumnae Weekend is an important, enduring tradition! In 2021, HB sisters from around the globe recalled treasured memories, honored each other, and looked toward the future with a series of virtual events.
Head of School Fran Bisselle talks with Arianne Thomas, Director of the Aspire Program, HB's tuition-free academic enrichment and leadership development program for girls in the Greater Cleveland area. Learn how Aspire is committed to being an agent of change and addressing the opportunity gap.
Hathaway Brown alumnae in the San Francisco area connect and network on Zoom. Pamela Polite Fisco '73, Thayer Sylvester Hoe '93, and Emily McGinty '01 discuss their paths after HB, lessons they learned from 2020, and thoughts on how they are approaching 2021.
HB Alumnae in Washington, D.C. connect and network on Zoom. Ann Ford '72, Angela Amos '01, and Lily Roberts '08 participated in a discussion with Director of the Fellowships in Applied Studies Scott Parsons about their paths after HB, lessons they learned from 2020, and thoughts on how they are approaching 2021.
HB Alumnae in Chicago connect and network on Zoom. Kelsey O'Hearn '08 and Clara Rankin Williams '89 participated in a discussion with Director of the Fellowships in Applied Studies Scott Parsons about their paths after HB, lessons they learned from 2020, and strategies for success in the new year.
Head of School Fran Bisselle talks with Sharon Baker, Director of the Middle School, and Alex Franceschini, Learning Services Department Chair, about teaching and learning during a pandemic.
Join Hathaway Brown School Director of Fellowships in Applied Studies Scott Parsons for a discussion with Boston-area alumnae Maggie Bell Guinivan '06, Alli Tuffuor '02, and Laura McCreary Tuttle '93. They discussed their paths after HB, lessons learned from 2020, and strategies for success in the new year.
Head of School Fran Bisselle and Director of College Counseling Margaret Appenheimer discuss Hathaway Brown’s college counseling philosophy. Learn how today’s students make their decisions and about the impact of COVID-19 on the process. Also, hear advice from the college office that applies to all alumnae!
The 2020 Distinguished Alumnae Awards were presented to Merry McDaniel McCreary ’70 and Sara Mellor Stevenson ’70. The award is given annually to alumnae who have, through extraordinary effort and dedicated service to HB or her community made a significant contribution in her professional or volunteer endeavors.
The 2020 Alumnae Achievement Awards were presented virtually to Colleen King ’00 and Roseanne Wincek ’00. The awards are presented to alumnae who have graduated within the past 30 years in recognition of significant accomplishments in their professional or civic roles.
Hathaway Brown Head of School Fran Bisselle talks with Family Physician and Life Coach Stephanie Sims Brown ’88 about the importance of sisterhood and the power that comes from developing trusting relationships and lasting connections with the women in your life. They discuss the value of these bonds as we navigate the challenges we face as a school community and as a nation.