Winsor senior Michelle Walsh has been named a semifinalist in the 2016 Intel Science Talent Search for her research project titled, "Design, Fabrication, and in vitro Testing of a 3-dimensionally Printed, Biomimetic Patch for Repair of Tympanic Membrane Perforations." She is one of 300 student semifinalists selected from over 1,750 entrants nationwide.
Dayoon Chang '19 talks about Olympic dreams and a Winsor role model, 1956 gold medalist and Winsor alumna Dr. Tenley Albright '53. The ninth grader reflects on what it takes to "fully enjoy life at school while pursuing my dream of becoming a national and international competitive figure skater."
At the Steppingstone Foundation's 25th anniversary gala this fall, Class II's Melissa Caro received the organization's "Four Pillars Award" for exemplifying "the traits of kindness, leadership, and hard work." Winsor—and Steppingstone—alumna Rocio Palomo '03 took the stage to present the honor to Melissa..
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Director of Alumnae Relations
The 2015 Annual Meeting of the Winsor Corporation reunited many of the school's most loyal and ardent supporters. Images capture the joy of the evening as well as the excitement of tours of the new Lubin-O'Donnell Center offered prior to the event.
Photos by Ellen Harasimowicz.