HPT picks Wang for second straight year
The Hasty Pudding Theatricals (HPT) has selected Derrick L. Wang ’06 to compose the score for this year’s show: “Terms of Frontierment.” HPT welcomes back Wang, who scored last year’s production, “As the Word Turns.” The upcoming production will mark the group’s 157th show.
A music concentrator in Mather House, Wang graduated from Gilman School and the Peabody Preparatory in Maryland. He co-wrote the score for the Harvard Freshman musical in 2003 and was a winner of the 2002 Young Playwrights’ Festival at Center Stage.
Fassett receives honorary membership in CUPA-HR
Shari Anderson Fassett, retired director of Human Resource Services for Harvard College Library, has received honorary life membership in the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR).
A member of CUPA-HR for 29 years, Fassett’s association leadership service began in the mid-1970s when she served on the Midwest Region Conference Planning Committee. Her CUPA-HR leadership activity has included serving on the Eastern Region Board, the National Board, and on a number of committees and task forces. She was recently appointed program chair for the CUPA-HR National Conference and Expo 2005.
Eavey named professor of otology, laryngology
Roland Eavey, director of pediatric otolaryngology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (MEEI), was recently promoted to professor of otology and laryngology at Harvard Medical School. Eavey, who joined the infirmary in 1978 as a medical resident, specializes in pediatric otology and in treating conditions such as microtia and cholesteatoma, for which he has devised new surgical techniques. His research interests include tissue engineering, the discovery of genes for sensorineural hearing loss and microtia, and pediatric temporal bone histology.
– Compiled by Andrew Brooks