Campus & Community

Ducey to leave Bureau ofStudy Counsel

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After 18 years of dedicated professional service to the College, GSAS, HGSE, and KSG and their students, Charles Ducey has announced his decision to resign from his position as director of the Bureau of Study Counsel as of the end of this academic year for personal and professional reasons. Ducey’s contributions to the Harvard community are too numerous to list, but include above all a commitment to the highest quality, increased productivity and diversity that has led to high levels of student satisfaction with the services provided by the bureau. He established many innovative programs at the bureau. Throughout his tenure as director, Ducey also served as a psychotherapist, a teacher and supervisor, and an active contributor to College policy, and member of several committees on issues of student health and related matters. Ducey plans to practice privately in the Cambridge area and to continue to teach at the Graduate School of Education and the Extension School.

Said Provost Steven E. Hyman, “On behalf of the Harvard community, I thank Dr. Ducey for his valuable service and wish him well in his future endeavors.”