Butler and Gudrais Named Harvard Magazine Fellows for 2000-01
Kirstin E. Butler and Elizabeth A. Gudrais have been named Harvard Magazine‘s Berta Greenwald Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows for the 2000-01 academic year, when both will be seniors in the College.
Butler, who lives in Currier House and comes from Geneva, N.Y., was an editorial intern at the magazine in the 1998-99 year, and worked last summer as an associate editor for Let’s Go, preparing the Germany 2000 travel guide. Gudrais, who lives in Adams House and makes her permanent home in Minnesota, made her Harvard Magazine debut with the “Right Now” piece on “The Boy’s Dilemma,” in the March-April 2000 issue. A Crimson executive editor, she also works on the Harvard Model Congress Europe. Butler and Gudrais will succeed this years fellows, Geoff Fowler ’00 and Caille Millner ’01. The fellows join the magazines staff for the academic year, and write a regular column, “The Undergraduate,” as well as news stories and alumni features. They also provide general editorial assistance, and become involved in all phases of the magazines production.
Law Student Justin H. Chan Receives Legal Research Award
Justin H. Chan, a LL.M. degree candidate at Harvard Law School, has received the American Society of Pharmacy Law-Knoll
Pharmaceutical Company Legal Research Award for 2000 for a paper he prepared for the Law Schools Food and Drug Law course.
Warfield Named Chair of Anesthesia and Critical Care at BIDMC
Carol A. Warfield, associate professor of anaesthesia at Harvard Medical School, has been named chair of the anesthesia and critical care department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). An expert in pain management with a 22-year career at BIDMC and its predecessor, Beth Israel Hospital, Warfield has served as chief of the institu tions pain management division in anesthesiology since 1992 and as director of the Pain Management Center since 1980. She also served as vice chairman for academic affairs. She is the author of two major textbooks on pain management.
“I am very pleased Dr. Warfield has accepted this chairmanship. She is a highly accomplished anesthesiologist, a wonderful physician to her patients, and a talented leader,” said Michael Rosenblatt, George Richards Minot Professor of Medicine and interim president of BIDMC. “Carols appointment represents an important step in the medical centers efforts to remain at the leading edge in care, research, and education.”