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The Students Who Will Chime In on Harvard’s Presidential Search

9.19.17

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As part of the SEARCH for a successor to President Drew Faust, who has announced that she will step down next June, a student advisory committee has been selected. The committee is the third body that has been assembled to aid in the presidential search, following the faculty and staff advisory committees. 

These committees serve alongside 12 members of the Harvard Corporation, and three members of the Board of Overseers. The student advisory committee is comprised of graduates and undergraduates from across Harvard’s schools; they are as follows:

• Jyoti Jasrasaria (chair), Harvard Law School
• Grace Cho, Harvard Extension School
• Christopher Cleveland, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
• Carlos Estrada Alamo, Harvard Medical School (joint with Harvard Business School)
• Thomas Fox, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
• Eamon O’Connor, Graduate School of Design (joint with Harvard Kennedy School of 
Government)
• Bora Plaku-Alakbarova, Harvard Chan School of Public Health
• Federico Roitman, Harvard College
• Lisa Utzinger Shen, Harvard Graduate School of Education
• Nina Srivastava, Harvard College
• Roodolph St. Pierre, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
• Jacob Steiner, Harvard Law School
• Taylor Stewart, Harvard Divinity School
• Kelly Suralik, Harvard School of Dental Medicine
• Nathaniel Vincent, Harvard College
• Becca Voelcker, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
• Andrea Weber, Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
• Kenneth Zauderer, Harvard Business School 

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