Campus & Community


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Community Gift winners

The winners of the Nov. 30 drawing for solicitors of the Community Gift Through Harvard Campaign are:

1. $50 gift certificate to Harvard Collections store: Patricia Loric, Harvard Faculty Club

2. $50 donation to Charity of your Choice: Tacy Corson, Graduate School of Education, Harvard Family Research Project

3. $50 gift certificate to Trader Joe’s: Virginia Sarmatzis, UOS – Cambridge Maintenance & Operations

4. $50 fruit basket: Ann Wright. Extension, Continuing Ed, Summer School

5. $50 gift certificate to Harvard Coop: Michael Faber, University Development Office.

Future drawings are today (Dec. 7), Dec. 14, and Dec. 21.

Women’s Leadership Awards accepts nominees

The Ann Radcliffe Trust at Harvard College, which seeks to raise the awareness of women’s issues at the University, and the Women’s Leadership Project, an undergraduate organization dedicated to increasing the number and diversity of women leaders, are now accepting nomination letters for the Harvard College Women’s Leadership Awards. In its fourth year, the award includes a cash stipend of $750. The Women’s Leadership Award is funded through an endowment established with a gift from Terrie Field Bloom ’75.

The Women’s Leadership Award honors a junior or senior who has demonstrated exceptional leadership while attending Harvard; contributed toward the advancement of women; achieved meaningful impact on fellow students; and exhibited a potential for leadership in future endeavors. Candidates may be nominated by an administrator, student, staff, or faculty member in the form of a letter of recommendation. Nomination letters should be sent to Paul Bohlmann in the fellowship office of the Office of Career Services before Friday, Dec. 8.

Volunteer opportunities in Cambridge schools

Cambridge School Volunteers Inc. (CSV) seeks volunteers to serve as tutors, classroom aides, mentors, speakers, and special project leaders in the Cambridge Public School system. As a private, nonprofit organization, CSV provides support services for individuals interested in volunteering students from kindergarten through grade 12. No teaching experience is required. Volunteers are asked to make a minimum time commitment of one to two hours, once or twice a week throughout the school year. For information call Carolyn Musicant at (617) 349-6794.

Gazette publication schedule

The Harvard University Gazette will publish its final December paper on Dec. 14. The deadline for Calendar submissions is today, Dec. 7. The Gazette will resume publication on Jan. 18. The deadline for Calendar listings in that edition will be 5 p.m. Jan. 11.


Due to incorrect information provided to the Gazette, the architectural firm for the Bauer Life Sciences Building was incorrectly attributed in the Nov. 30 edition. The name of the firm should have read Ellenzweig Associates, Inc., Architects.

Also in the Nov. 30 edition, the headline over the Harvard Children’s Initiative article indicated that this was a new program, when in fact it has been in existence since October 1998. The Harvard Children’s Initiative is an expansion of the interfaculty initiative formerly known as the Harvard Project on Schooling and Children, which was founded in 1993.

Compiled by Andrew Brooks