The award comes with $5,000 per awardee, along with a $2,000 honorarium for faculty nominators who oversaw student projects.
President-elect Lawrence S. Bacow updated meeting attendees on the search and said he is still collecting input from faculty members and department chairs.
Glenn R. Magid, director of the Advising Programs Office, stepped down from his post in March after almost six years at the College.
University President Drew G. Faust said administrators “will be very adamant” in maintaining the division between academic and labor issues.
Current Pforzheimer House resident dean Brigitte A. B. Libby will assume the position, which helps oversee the Honor Council, starting June 4.
Philosophy concentrator Nicholas P. Whittaker ’19 was one of 59 college students to win a Truman Scholarship, a graduate scholarship awarded for commitment to public service.
With fewer than two months remaining in the spring semester, many juniors across arts and humanities concentrations are gearing up to submit senior thesis proposals.
Administrators are working to update the Q guide so undergraduates can use the platform to report inappropriate behavior by teaching staff.
In extending the length of the class, the professors added a wider selection of books to the syllabus, which they tweak slightly each year.
The Advanced Standing program will undergo significant changes in 2020 to permit College students to graduate with an undergraduate and master’s degree in four years.
The Faculty of Arts and Science will likely vote on a proposal to amend current guidelines for the College’s Advanced Standing program at their monthly meeting this week.