The Marshal's Office hosted the Spring 2017 Institute of Politics Fellows for a welcome at Wadsworth House. Pictured below are (left to right): Eric Andersen, IOP Fellows Administrator; Gil Kerlikowske, former Commissioner of US Customs and Border Control; Anna Laszlo, Mr. Kerlikowske's wife; TW Shannon, former Member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives; University Marshal Jackie O'Neill; Sarah Hurwitz, former Special Assistant to the President of the United States; Jon Finer, former Chief… Read more about Spring 2017 Institute of Politics Fellows
Comedian and TV personality Alec Mapa (of "Ugly Betty" and "Desperate Housewives" fame) visited Wadsworth House during his afternoon at Harvard. His visit featured a discussion and screening of his film "Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy", about his experience of adopting a black boy through foster care with his husband. The event kicked off of the "Sexuality Intersections: LGBTQ Film Series" sponsored by the Office of the Assistant to the President for Institutional Diversity and Equity; FAS Diversity Relations and Communications; the Office for the Arts; and the Office of… Read more about Alec Mapa, comedian and TV personality
The fall 2016 cohort of fellows from the Institute of Politics visited Wadsworth House for a welcome with Jackie O'Neill and a short tour of Harvard Yard. This fall's fellows include: activist Peter Staley, Republican party operative David Kochel, retired US Army General James Hill, Deputy Campaign Manager (for Carly Fiorina) Sarah Isgur Flores, ABC News reporter Ann Compton, and New York State Assemblyman from the Bronx Michael A. Blake. … Read more about Fall 2016 Institute of Politics Fellows
The former US Ambassador to China and former Governor of Washington State, Gary Locke, a visiting fellow at the Institute of Politics, visited Wadsworth House as part of his the day stay on campus. University Marshal Jackie O'Neill was joined by Vice Provost for International Affairs (and Professor of Chinese History) Mark Elliott in receiving Governor Locke at Wadsworth House. Governor Locke also spoke at the John F. Kennedy, Jr. Forum earlier in the week. … Read more about Former Ambassador and Governor Gary Locke
Rufus Reid, whose "luscious sound and buoyant swing can levitate an ensemble clear off the bandstand" (The New Yorker) is the 2016 Jazz Master in Residence at Harvard University. Between an intimate conversation with African American Music Professor Ingrid Monson at Holden Chapel, and a tribute concert in Sanders Theater featuring the Harvard Jazz Bands, Mr. Reid also visited Wadsworth House. Mark Olson (Interim Director of Harvard Bands and Wind Ensemble) and Yosvany Terry (Director of… Read more about Jazz Master in Residence Rufus Reid
The Marshal's Office hosted an informal lunch for a group of Year Up program participants interning in several Harvard administrative offices. The University Marshal provided an overview of the university and shared stories of encounters with special visitors to Harvard over the years. … Read more about Winter 2016 Year Up Interns
The Spring 2016 Joan Shorenstein Fellows visited Wadsworth House for a welcome to Harvard near the beginning of their term at the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. This group of fellows includes Johanna Dunaway of Texas A&M University; Joanna Jolly of the BBC; Dan Kennedy of Northeastern University; and Marilyn Thompson of Politico.
Former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Wendy Sherman, began her stay at Harvard as a resident fellow of the Institute of Politics (IOP) with a visit to the Marshal's Office. She will lead a study group at the IOP called "Negotiating Change" and will speak in the JFK, Jr. Forum on the Iran Nuclear Deal. … Read more about Ambassador Wendy Sherman