The Marshal's Office hosted the spring 2020 resident fellows at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy for a welcome at Wadsworth House. Featured in the photo below are: Dr. Margot Gill, University Marshal; Ann Cooper, former NPR Moscow bureau chief; Larry Heinzerling, Associate Press reporter and spouse of Ann Cooper; April Glaser, investigative journalist for NBC News; and Don Baer, Chair of the PBS Board of Directors.... Read more about Spring 2020 Shorenstein Fellows
The former 3-term governor of Vermont, Peter Shumlin, visited Wadsworth House on his first day of an 8-week fellowship at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. During his time at Harvard, Governor Shumlin will teach a weekly Health Policy and Management course to graduate students, hold weekly office hours, participate as a featured speaker on the Voices in Leadershipseries, and serve as a guest lecturer in other courses. He is pictured below with Pauline Barr, Senior... Read more about Former Governor Peter Shumlin
West Virginia's Secretary of State Mac Warner led a delegation of senior officials from the Office of the Governor and from West Virginia University for a multi-day visit to Harvard. The goal of this visit was to connect with Harvard students who may have an interest in helping to develop solutions to some of West Virginia's most pressing public policy and economic development issues.
Mark Gearan, Director of Harvard's Institute of Politics (IOP), brought all of the spring 2019 IOP Fellows to Wadsworth House for an official welcome. Pictured below are (L-R): Gary Cohn, former director of President Trump’s National Economic Council; Catherine Russell, former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues; ... Read more about Spring 2019 Institute of Politics Fellows
The Office of the University Marshal hosted an open house at Wadsworth House as part of First Year Family Weekend. Parents, siblings, and grandparents enjoyed the opportunity to see inside one of Harvard's oldest buildings, hear a bit about the history of Harvard, and to learn about Commencement. Photos courtesy of Martha Stewart, http://marthapix.com/
The Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Carmen Yulín Cruz, received the 2018 Robert Coles "Call to Service" Award from the Philips Brooks House Association. Prior to the event at Memorial Church, she came to Wadsworth House with PBHA Executive Director Maria Dominguez Gray, Nonprofit Management Fellow Michael Leonard, and three undergraduate students. After a lively conversation with Interim Marshal Margot Gill, Mayor Cruz signed the university guest book. ... Read more about Carmen Yulín Cruz, Mayor of San Juan
Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter Solange Knowles visited Harvard in March 2018 to receive the Harvard Foundation's Artist of the Year award at its annual Cultural Rhythms celebration. The Marshal's Office arranged for her to sign the university guest book prior to taking the stage at Sanders Theater. https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2018/03/harvard-foundation-honors-solange-as-artist-of-the-year/ ... Read more about Solange Knowles, Harvard Foundation Artist of the Year, March 2018
Former Governor of Ohio, Ted Strickland, visited Wadsworth House during his time as Menschel Senior Leadership Fellow at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. During his 8 weeks at Harvard, he will teach a course on Health Policy and Leadership. ... Read more about Former Governor of Ohio Ted Strickland
The Marshal's Office welcomed the six Spring 2018 resident fellows of the Institute of Politics (IOP) at Wadsworth House during their orientation week. The fellows include: Adam Conner, technology and politics expert; Ed Gillespie, former Republican National Committee chairman; Fred Hochberg, former Chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the US; Betsy Hodges, former mayor of Minneapolis; Scott Jennings, CNN political commentator; and Symone Sanders, former press secretary for the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign.
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The Fall 2017 Institute of Politics Fellows visited Wadsworth House as part of their orientation to Harvard. In the photo below are (left to right): Emily Hall, undergraduate IOP student liaison; Karen Finney, senior advisor and spokesperson for the Hillary Clinton campaign; Dan Balz, chief correspondent at The Washington Post; Sally Jewell, former US Secretary of the Interior; Jackie O'Neill, University Marshal; Jason Chaffetz, former US Congressman (R-UT); and... Read more about Fall 2017 Institute of Politics Fellows
The curators of the Kinsey African American Art and History Collection, Mr. Bernard Kinsey and Mrs. Shirley Kinsey, visited the Marshal's Office during a full day of activities organized by the Harvard Foundation. Their son, Khalil, joined as well. After meeting with Jackie O'Neill and signing the University guest book, they visited the Harvard Art Museum, had a lunch...
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...
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...