Richard E. Oldenburg '54 was elected president of the Board of Overseers for 2001-2002, his last year of service on the board. He succeeded...
During Commencement week (see page 51), the Harvard chapter of Phi Beta Kappa conferred teaching awards, based on undergraduates' nominations, on Mary M. Gaylord, professor of Romance languages and literatures; Peter J. Gomes, Plummer professor of Christian morals and Pusey minister in the Memorial Church; and Nancy Mitchnick, Arnheim lecturer on studio arts, cited for her course, "Painting with Attitude." Lucie Brock-Broido was introduced as holder of a unique hat-trick: a PBK member, former PBK teaching-award winner during her Harvard stint as Briggs-Copeland Lecturer, and now the poet at the society's literary exercises.
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In an annual celebration, Dean Jeremy R. Knowles named six members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) as Harvard College Professors, recognizing their excellence as undergraduate teachers and graduate educators: Leo Damrosch, Bernbaum professor of literature; Peter Galison, Mallinckrodt professor of the history of science and of physics; Robert J. Kiely, Loker professor of English; Stuart M. Shieber, McKay professor of computer science; Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Phillips professor of early American history; and Gregory L. Verdine, professor of chemistry. Holders of the five-year appointments receive a semester of paid leave, commensurate summer salary, or funds to support their research.
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