Three people received the Harvard Medal for outstanding service, and were publicly thanked by President Derek Bok, during the Harvard Alumni Association’s annual meeting on the afternoon of Commencement day.
Phyllis Keller, BF ’70Invaluable colleague, counselor, and planner for almost 25 years to deans of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, you have strengthened Harvard at its core by your devotion to the academic life of the University.
Richard L. Menschel, M.B.A. ’59A true University citizen, your broad-minded benevolence, thoughtful- ness, and time have helped Harvard move toward our shared vision across schools, enabling us to reach previously unimaginable goals together.
Carl H. Pforzheimer III ’58, M.B.A. ’63A loyal son of Harvard and Radcliffe, distinguished president of the Harvard Alumni Associ-ation, and one of Harvard’s great ambassadors, you have always answered the call of your alma mater with creativity, commitment, and clarity of purpose.
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