Morgan Locandro '16 moved to California in January to begin her year-round internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, CA where she works on engineering projects including designing different mechanisms for space missions.
Chris joined Walker's from Yale University where he was a French professor and recognized as an excellent teacher in both French and the humanities. With a Ph.D. in French Literature, Chris has brought the French language program back to Walker's.
English Department Chair Catherine Reed recently interviewed alumna Margaret "Margie" Holley '62 and shares these thoughts: "I interviewed the marvelous Margaret Holley to learn about why and how she became a poet. Needless to say, my favorite poem is "Thank You, Edmund Waller," because of its subject matter, but all of them are beautiful and moving. Margaret reminds us to read, too - and we will certainly take her advice."
From March 8-12, a group of Walker's alumnae were treated to incredible hospitality from our alumnae and parents in Panama for our first Walker's Women in the World event.
The Ethel Walker School will partner with Steelcase Education to implement personalized learning strategies through Steelcase's Active Learning Center Grant program.
Congratulations to the following equestrians who have been competing in the prestigious Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida:
Kristen St. Louis '21 gave a stunning performance of all three of her poems at the Connecticut State Competition for Poetry Out Loud on Saturday, March 3.
Read more for the winter squash, basketball, skiing and swimming awards given to noted players during the winter sports award ceremonies this year.