HARVARD GAZETTE ARCHIVES
Project IF seeks volunteers to serve as mentors
Project IF seeks students, faculty, and staff to serve as mentors.
Project IF is a Graduate School of Education mentoring program based at a housing development in East Boston. If you have two hours a week to spend making a difference in a child's life, call 496-6650.
News Office's electronic address changes
The University's Office of News and Public Affairs, publishers of the Gazette, has changed the address of its home page. The new address is: http://www.news.harvard.edu.
Freshman proctors sought for next year
Applications for freshman proctorships for 1997-98 are now available at the Freshman Dean's Office, 6 Prescott St. A freshman proctor is an adviser in residence with responsibility for academic and general advising. Requirements for eligibility include enrollment in a Harvard graduate school or appropriate half-time employment at the University at the Officer's level, and the reasonable expectation of two or more years' availability to serve as a proctor. Those appointed will demonstrate competence and professionalism in dealing both with contemporaries and with younger men and women; and knowledge of the academic and co-curricular opportunities available at Harvard and Radcliffe to first-year students. Proctors are provided housing in a freshman dormitory and a meal allowance. Applicants are required to submit an application form (available at the FDO) with three personal recommendations to the Dean of Freshmen, Elizabeth Studley Nathans, by Jan. 31. For information, visit the Freshman Dean's Office, 6 Prescott St., or call 495-1574.
Provost, Radcliffe President to hold office hours for students
Provost Albert Carnesale will hold office hours for students in his Massachusetts Hall office on Monday, Dec. 16, from 4 to 5 p.m.
Radcliffe President Linda S. Wilson will hold office hours for students in her Fay House office on Wednesday, Dec. 18, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
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