Botterill named 2001 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner
Crimson women’s hockey forward, Jennifer Botterill, has been selected as this year’s Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award recipient. Presented by Texaco, the award is given annually to the women’s intercollegiate varsity ice hockey player who displays the highest standards of personal and team excellence during the season. Botterill was chosen from a group of three finalists who also included senior Courtney Kennedy, a forward from the University of Minnesota, and Harvard senior Tammy Shewchuk.
Chandler honored by Academy of International Business
Alfred D. Chandler Jr., Isidor Straus Professor of Business History Emeritus, has been elected an eminent scholar by the fellows of the Academy of International Business, in recognition of his body of outstanding work and its impact on international business research. Chandler’s landmark works include “Strategy and Structure: Chapters in the History of the Industrial Enterprise” (1962); “The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business” (1977); and “Scale and Scope: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism” (1990). The Academy of International Business is a global community of scholars dedicated to the creation and dissemination of knowledge about international business and policy issues.
Undergraduate presents research on Capitol Hill
Harvard neurobiology student Stephanie L. Murg ’02 presented her research “Modeling Alzheimer’s Disease: A Specific Cholinergic Immunotoxin” at the annual Undergraduate Research Posters on the Hill event this past Thursday, March 29. Murg’s research entails the characterization of a novel neurotoxin that selectively kills a subpopulation of brain cells in mice that are particularly vulnerable in Alzheimer’s disease.
Sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research, the event was attended by legislators and representatives of federal funding agencies. Murg received funding from the Harvard College Research Program to attend the Washington event.
Compiled by Andrew Brooks