Harvard Heroes

 

Harvard Heroes

April 25, 2017

Dear Members of the FAS Community,
 
I am pleased to announce the 2017 Harvard Heroes for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. 
 
Harvard Heroes is a University-wide staff recognition program that acknowledges and celebrates the significant contributions of staff members from across the University. This program is another way, in addition to our own FAS Dean’s Distinction, for us to recognize and celebrate outstanding FAS staff members. 
 
With many exceptional candidates from all over the University, only a few individuals from the Harvard staff were selected as Harvard Heroes in 2017. Many deserving employees were nominated this year and we had the opportunity to honor thirteen individuals from the FAS community.

2017 Harvard Heroes for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Gregory Aimo, Division of Continuing Education
Pamela Baker-Webber, Research Administration Services
Lauren Bimmler, Department of English
Lauren Brandt, Harvard College Office of Academic Integrity and Student Conduct
Jack Conlin, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
Edwin Macomber, Center for Nanoscale Systems
Christine Mascolo, Harvard College Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
Suzanne Ogungbadero, Department of Sociology
Cory Paulsen, Department of History
Gail Pisapio, FAS Finance Office
Damari Rosado, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Kwok Yu, Office for Faculty Affairs
Jacqueline Yun, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

These colleagues are being recognized for the impact they have on the FAS and Harvard community based on criteria set by a University-wide advisory committee.
 
All Harvard community members are invited to attend this year’s Harvard Heroes awards ceremony, hosted by President Faust on Monday, June 5, at 3:30 p.m. in Sanders Theatre, Memorial Hall. All are invited and no tickets are needed.
 
Please join me in congratulating our FAS Harvard Heroes and thanking them for the contributions they make to the mission and values of the FAS and the University.
 
 
Sincerely,
 
Leslie A. Kirwan
Dean for Administration and Finance