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Our Amazing Students and Faculty: May 2016 Edition

05.25.16

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We continue to hear news of many recognitions for our students and faculty in a broad range of fields. We have collected a number of them here, but please forgive us if we have overlooked any!

Faculty

Academic Dean Harmony Button recently had a poem accepted by the Adirondack Review.

Director of College Counseling Sari Rauscher placed second in the Alta Archery Ski Biathalon in March. She will serve as the Chair for the Rocky Mountain Association of College Admissions Counseling Utah College Fair this summer.

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May 2016 Photo Highlights

05.25.16

A selection of recent images from the Waterford community. Additional photos from most of these events can be viewed on Waterford’s SmugMug account.

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It’s really happening: Seniors celebrate the 3:10 bell on their final day of classes. Photo: Andrew Patteson

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April 2016 Photo Highlights

04.20.16

A selection of recent images from the Waterford community. Additional photos from most of these events can be viewed on Waterford’s SmugMug account.

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February 2016 Photo Highlights

02.24.16

A selection of recent images from the Waterford community. Additional photos from most of these events can be viewed on Waterford’s SmugMug account.

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It was gloomy outside but Fathers’ Visiting Day was still one of the sweetest days of the year.

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Our Amazing Students and Faculty: February 2016 Edition

02.23.16

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We continue to hear news of many recognitions for our students and faculty in a broad range of fields. We have collected a number of them here, but please forgive us if we have overlooked any!

Faculty

Visual Arts teachers Suzanne Conine and Andrew Patteson each had a piece ​on display at the the 2015 Utah Statewide Annual Juried Competition and Exhibition, which was on display from November 20, 2015 – January 8, 2016 at the Rio Gallery in SLC. This competition, which was first held in 1899, ​is a program of the State of Utah Division of Arts & Museums, and ​rotates ​from year to year between three categories: Craft, Photography, Video & Digital works — Mixed Media & Works on Paper — and Painting & Sculpture. You can see the exhibition catalog here.

Lower School computer specialist Kyle Haderlie was recently published in the February 2016 special issue of Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology. As an undergraduate at Utah State University majoring in Psychology, Kyle researched parental influence on children’s youth sport experience. Kyle and co-authors surveyed parents with no athletic experience to those with professional and Olympic experience from across the United States and U.K. (“Influences on Parental Involvement in Youth Sport.” Camilla J. Knight, Travis E. Dorsch, Keith V. Osai, Kyle L. Haderlie, & Paul A. Sellars.)

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