Campus & Community

In brief

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Join the community dialogue

Students, staff, faculty, and alumni/ae are invited to participate in the dialogue on the new Harvard Committee on Employment and Contracting Policies message board. The board and other updates on the work of the committee can be found on its Web site at

Dudley House is accepting literary submissions

The graduate student literary magazine of Dudley House, “The Dudley Review,” is now accepting submissions. The deadline is Dec. 1. The Dudley House’s multilingual poetry review, “Annetna Nepo,” is also accepting submissions, and has a Dec. 5 deadline.

Submissions for both publications may be sent to, or delivered to the third floor of the Dudley House Literary Fellow’s Office, Harvard Yard.

For more information, visit the Web site at, and click on “Literary.”

Dana-Farber Web site wins top honor in media competition

The Dana – Farber Cancer Institute’s Web site,, recently named the winner of the 2001 Massachusetts Interactive Media Council Vertical Award in the health-care category, provides detailed information on more than 115 adult and pediatric cancers. In collaboration with the National Cancer Institute, the redesigned site provides information on current treatment options, support services, and clinical trials under way throughout the United States, and includes several interactive features, such as an online appointment request form, a directory of Dana-Farber physicians, and a free online newsletter.

Directory distribution complete

Distribution of the 2001-02 Harvard student and faculty/staff telephone directories is now complete to all departments, houses, and schools that have a standing order with University Information Systems Telecom. Faculty and staff members who have not yet received a directory should contact their department administrator or mailroom supervisor for information on internal distribution schedules. Students should contact their mailroom supervisor or house administrator.

Additional copies of the phone book can be ordered online at Orders should include the requestor’s name, Harvard ID number, and mailing address.

For the latest individual and departmental listings, Harvard affiliates may visit the above Web site and choose “Telephones,” then “Harvard Directory.” Electronic directories are updated year-round to reflect the ever-changing face of the Harvard community.

Holyoke Arcade to host employee art exhibition

Harvard University employees who work at Holyoke Center are invited to participate in a group art exhibition, to be displayed from Dec. 6, 2001 through Jan. 9, 2002 in the Holyoke Arcade’s exhibition space. The goal of the exhibit is to showcase the artistic talents and creativity of Holyoke Center staff, while celebrating the Holyoke Center community. The deadline for submissions is Monday, Nov. 19.

For more information, contact Vanessa Trien, Holyoke Center events and exhibitions coordinator, at (617) 623-0501 or

CSWR fellowship offers opportunities

The Center for the Study of World Religions (CSWR) at Harvard Divinity School has two fellowship opportunities for 2002-03. Dissertation fellowships are available to any Harvard doctoral candidate whose research focuses on religious phenomena. The award includes a one-year stipend of $10,000 and the option of residence at the center. The fellows-in-residence program allows any doctoral student whose research focuses on the historical and comparative study of religions the opportunity to reside at the center. The deadline for application materials is Jan. 15, 2002. For more information, contact Brooke Palmer at (617) 496-5834, or visit

Green Corps to host panel discussion

Green Corps, a national environmental leadership training program, is hosting a “Working for Social Change” career panel today (Nov. 15) at 8 p.m. in Hall D of the Science Center. The program is currently recruiting graduating seniors at Harvard for competitive one-year fellowship positions. Interested students should contact Cassie Wyss at (617) 747-4374.

Final ‘Sackler Saturday’ for fall season

The Sackler Museum will host its final fall 2001 “Sackler Saturday” – the new hands-on learning arts program for families and children aged 6-11 – on Nov. 17. For this week’s theme, “Animals in Ancient Art,” kids can catch a glimpse of how different animals are depicted in Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, and Japanese art forms. Sketching, origami, and the making of carp-kites will follow the gallery visit.

The Nov. 17 event is free and open to the public. Call (617) 495-4402 for more information.

– Compiled by Andrew Brooks