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Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award

For Outstanding Service to Undergraduate Education

The Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Awards recognize distinctive and exceptional contributions to undergraduate education or the quality of student life at Stanford. The contribution may be made for such activities as curriculum design, program development, advising excellence, residential education, committee leadership, or extracurricular education. Ordinarily, awards are made each year to:

  • Two graduating seniors from the current academic year's class
  • A faculty or staff member with ten or more years of service to Stanford
  • A faculty or staff member with less than ten years of service to Stanford

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James Campbell - Chris Queen

2018-2019

James Campbell, Edgar E. Robinson Professor in United States History

For his committed service as a Resident Fellow, who continues to push for student-centered innovations; and

For his impact on both individual students and the undergraduate population as a whole through his work as Faculty Director of Residential Programs; and

For his contributions to many undergraduate innovations, such as the Thinking Matters program and the WAYS system of requirements; and

For spending so much of his heart, soul, time, energy, and effort into making Stanford better for undergraduates;

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Christopher LeBoa - Linda Cicero

2018-2019

Christopher LeBoa, M.S. Candidate in Epidemiology and B.S. Candidate with Honors in Human Biology

For his special ability to think beyond an outcome and consider how to engage his peers; and

For catalyzing other students to be actively involved in Stanford Food Recovery, and to look for opportunities to expand partnership; and

For shaping the service experience of his peers with his leadership and his big heart; and For his commitment to bettering the Stanford community;

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Cynthia Lee - Stanford Engineering

2018-2019

Cynthia Lee, Lecturer, Computer Science

For her commitment to inclusive education; and

For understanding how to use her voice, position, and influence to empower others; and

For her combined passion for teaching and for improving the inclusiveness of computer science; and

For being nothing short of disruptive, in the best sense of the term;

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Stephen J. Stedman - Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service

2017-2018

Stephen J. Stedman, Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and Professor, by courtesy, of Political Science

For his work in shaping the intellectual development of students with thoughtful and forward-thinking ideas;

For his profound and lasting contributions to the quality and richness of the undergraduate experience;

For being a trusted mentor and supervisor; and

For his humble pursuit of excellence and commitment as an educator.

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Amy Larimer - Nick Xu

2017-2018

Amy Larimer, Lecturer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Assistant Director of the Architectural Design Program, and Resident Fellow in Rinconada

For being an outstanding teacher, listener, mentor and supporter;

For navigating the complexities of teaching architecture and ensuring an invaluable and meaningful experience for each student;

For her deep commitment to expanding students' intellectual and interpersonal capacities; and

For being a kind, generous and open individual who does everything she can to help students.

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Alexis Kallen - Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service

2017-2018

Alexis Kallen, B.A. Candidate in Political Science with Interdisciplinary Honors in Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law

For enhancing the experience of students on campus and pushing herself and others to understand and contribute to the world beyond Stanford;

For being a motivated, innovative, committed and smart leader;

For her positive attitude and genuine faith in humanity; and

For her infectious enthusiasm.

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Greg Boardman - Stanford News Service

2016-2017

Greg Boardman, Vice Provost for Student Affairs

For his equanimity, good humor, competence and steadfast commitment to what is best for Stanford;

For his approach to each situation with a problem-solving perspective; and

For his support of Cardinal Service, Stanford’s significant public service initiative.

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Ross Venook - Norbert von der Groeben

2016-2017

Ross Venook, Lecturer in Bioengineering

For his major contributions as an instructor in the Department of Bioengineering, which include restructuring and developing two core curriculum laboratory courses; and

For transforming the culture of Stanford undergraduates’ experience through his humor, compassion, charisma and genuine desire to help everyone succeed.

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Adam Schorin - Tiffany Ong

2016-2017

Adam Schorin, B.A. candidate in American Studies

For outstanding involvement with the Nepal Medical Project, which helped people in remote and impoverished regions of the world;

For contributions as a founder and editor-in-chief of Stanford’s West Magazine, which created a place for artists to contribute their wit, humor, and compassion; and

For being a generous innovative contributor to the life of the Stanford undergraduate community.

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Stephen Haber - Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service

2015-2016

Stephen Haber, A.A. and Jeanne Welch Milligan Professor, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Professor of Political Science, of History and, by courtesy, of Economics

For his unremitting efforts in developing new approaches to undergraduate teaching and the political science curriculum, including new subfields, laboratory components and the central role of research with the Research Honors Track;

For teaching students the value of using a variety of disciplines and methods when tackling challenges,” and “for being an invaluable mentor and outstanding instructor, helping students develop as individuals and thoughtful citizens, as well as quality scholars; and

For his vision of a 21st-century political science education that spurred the transformation of the undergraduate curriculum and will benefit Stanford students far into the future.

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Melissa Colleen Stevenson - Christophe Testi

2015-2016

Melissa Colleen Stevenson, Lead Academic Advising Director in Undergraduate Advising and Research

For her extraordinary personal commitment, from fostering community through Three Books discussions, to leading a writing group for budding science fiction writers, to emailing students late into the night; and

For outstanding leadership in projects that make Undergraduate Advising and Research better for everyone – from training new advisers to overseeing the development of the Cardinal Compass site and including lists of “One-Unit Wonders” valued by students and faculty alike.

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Marisa Graham Messina - Richard Messina

2015-2016

Marisa Graham Messina, Senior in Symbolic Systems and French, and Coterminal Master’s Degree Candidate in Communication (Media Studies)

For her work and enthusiasm as a mentor, providing support to students as a writing and oral communication tutor at the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking and as a BEAM peer career consultant;

For her leadership in the design of a peer mentorship program as chair of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education’s Student Advisory Group; and

For her extracurricular service, which included participation as a member of the OpenXChange working group, as co-president of the Stanford Pre-Business Association, and as a chair and panelist for judicial hearings on Honor Code violations.

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2014-2105

Lee H. Yearley, Walter Y. Evans-Wentz Professor of Oriental Philosophies, Religions and Ethics For the disruptive quality of his teaching — pushing, probing and challenging students to question, doubt, reflect and grow beyond the limits they set for themselves;

For the lasting impact his introductory seminar, “Perspectives on the Good Life,” has had on incoming students, inspiring a seriousness of purpose and belief in the value of a humanistic education;

For his genuine concern both for his students’ intellectual development and their general well-being;

For teaching his students — to quote one undergraduate — “the lifelong joy of learning not only how to ask questions, but how to live”;

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2013-2014

Rush Rehm, Professor of Theater and Performance Studies and of Classics

For his dual role as artist and scholar, encouraging students to engage and discuss, debate and question;

For the immense impact he has had on the education of hundreds of undergraduates who participated in his theater productions and the countless others who viewed them;

For dozens of theater performances and 15 years of Stanford Summer Theater — delighting, informing and stimulating the university and surrounding communities with productions of Chekhov, Ionesco, Sophocles, Beckett, Wilde, Walcott and others; and

For being — to quote one colleague — “a brilliant, committed, persistent, important force for good on the Stanford campus”;

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2013-2014

Iván Jaksić, Director, Bing Overseas Studies program in Chile, and Lecturer, Iberian and Latin American Cultures

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2013-2014

Ken Savage, senior in Drama/Theater and Performance Studies and Coterminal M.A. in Communication

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2013-2014

Miles Seiver, senior in Computer Science and Coterminal M.S. in Computer Science

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2012-2013

Russell A. Berman, Walter A. Haas Professor in the Humanities, Professor of Comparative Literature and of German Studies, and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution

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2012-2013

Megan Swezey Fogarty, Director of Fellowships and Postgraduate Public Service at the Haas Center for Public Service

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2012-2013

Holly Elizabeth Fetter, Senior in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity and Coterminal M.A. in Sociology

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2011-2012

Carol Boggs, Bing Director of the Interdisciplinary Program in Human Biology, and Professor (teaching), Biology

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2011-2012

Bridgette Hard, Ph.D., Course Coordinator for Introductory Psychology (PSYCH 1)

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2011-2012

Otis Reid, Senior in Public Policy

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2011-2012

Michael Tubbs, Senior in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity

2010-2011

Suzanne Abel, Associate Director of External Relations, Haas Center for Public Service

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2010-2011

Jan-Barker Alexander, Director, Black Community Services Center

2010-2011

Aysha Nicholson Bagchi, student, History/Philosophy

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2010-2011

Charles Augustine Syms IV, student, East Asian Studies/Feminist Studies

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2009-2010

Julie Lythcott-Haims, Associate Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education and Dean of Freshman and Undergraduate Advising

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2009-2010

Jennifer Lynn Wolf, Lecturer in the School of Education and Director of the Undergraduate Minor in Education

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2009-2010

Alisha Tara Tolani, Senior in Human Biology

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2009-2010

Karen Patricia Warner, Senior in Human Biology and Political Science

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2008-2009

Channing R. Robertson, The Ruth G. and William K. Bowes Professor in Engineering (Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering)

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2008-2009

Judith T. Ned, Executive Director, Stanford Medical Youth Science Program (SMYSP)

2008-2009

Thomas Patrick Cordova, Senior in Biology and Economics

2008-2009

Fagan Eugene Nigel Harris, Senior in American Studies and Political Science

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2007-2008

Shirley Feldman, Consulting Professor and Associate Director, Human Biology

2007-2008

Jon McConnell, Student Development Programs Director, Haas Center for Public Service

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2007-2008

Nisa Ari, Senior in Art and Art History

2007-2008

Jonathan Jourdane, Senior in Economics

2006-2007

Larry Diamond, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, and Professor (by courtesy) of Sociology and Political Science

2006-2007

Donna Bouley, Associate Professor, Department of Comparative Medicine

2006-2007

William Cheng, Senior in Music

2006-2007

Ian Whitehead, Senior in English and Mathematics

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2005-2006

Frances Blaisdell, Lecturer in Music (Flute)

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2005-2006

Dandré de Sandies, Associate Director, Undergraduate Advising Programs

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2005-2006

Patrick Scott Chun Young, Lecturer in Computer Science; Resident Fellow, Florence Moore Hall

2005-2006

Kiyomi Lillian Sakai Burchill, Senior in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity and in Political Science

2005-2006

Weston Tyler Hester, Senior in English

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2004-2005

Adrienne Jamieson, Mary Lou and George Boone Centennial Professor and Director, Stanford in Washington Program

2004-2005

H. Jazmin Quill, Lecturer in Psychology

2004-2005

Sarala Nagala, Senior in Public Policy

2004-2005

Vivien Fu-Ning Wang, Senior in Management Science and Engineering, and Art and Art History

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2003-2004

Tom Wasow, Professor of Linguistics and of Philosophy, and Director of the Program in Symbolic Systems

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2003-2004

David G. Muir, Lecturer in Biological Sciences

2003-2004

Jenny P. Chen, Coterminal Student in Economics (B.A.) and Management Science and Engineering (M.S.)

2003-2004

Elizabeth Ching-Reng Kwo, Senior in Human Biology

2002-2003

T. Daniel P. Stack, Associate Professor of Chemistry

2002-2003

Donald A. Barr, Associate Professor (Teaching) of Sociology

2002-2003

Meredith Lauren King, Senior, majoring in Feminist Studies

2002-2003

Amanda Elsa Rang, Senior, majoring in American Studies

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2001-2002

David Abernethy, Professor of Political Science

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2001-2002

Julie Kennedy, Senior Lecturer and Associate Director, Earth Systems

2001-2002

Sohini Ramachandran, B.S. in Mathematics and Computational Science, 2002

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2001-2002

Ashwini Sagar, B.A. in Psychology, 2002

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2000-2001

Paul Turner, Professor of Art & Art History

2000-2001

Cheri Ross, Associate Director, Introduction to the Humanities Program

2000-2001

Audrey Chang, Member of the Class of 2001, Earth Systems

2000-2001

Christopher Thompson, Member of the Class of 2001, Electrical Engineering

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1999-2000

Laura Selznick, Director, Undergraduate Research Opportunities

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1999-2000

Russell D. Fernald, Professor of Psychology and Director of Human Biology

1999-2000

Rita Ng, member of the Class of 2000

1999-2000

Kristin Torres, Member of the Class of 2000

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1998-1999

Richard Powers, Lecturer, Drama Department

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1998-1999

Elizabeth Bernhardt, Professor of German Studies and Director of the Stanford Language Center

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1998-1999

Claudia Aranda, Member of the Class of 1999

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1998-1999

Boris Bershetyn, Member of the Class of 1999

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1997-1998

Patricia L. Ryan, Senior Lecturer in Drama

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1997-1998

Eric Roberts, Professor of Computer Science

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1997-1998

Ramon Saldivar, Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education and Professor of English

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1997-1998

Monisha Bajaj, Sociology and Spanish

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1997-1998

Holly Hindman, Human Biology

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1996-1997

Ellen R. Woods, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

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1996-1997

Robert E. McGinn, Professor of Science, Technology, and Society

1996-1997

Jeffrey W. Merriman, Director of Residential Computing

1996-1997

Kimberly J. Lee, Biological Science

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1996-1997

Andre D. Vanier, Economics and Political Science

1995-1996

Hiroshi Sakamoto, Senior Lecturer in Japanese

1995-1996

Dr. James Chu, Course Specialist and System Coordinator, Medicine

1995-1996

Smeeta Ramarathnam, Political Science

1995-1996

David Walker, Political Science

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1994-1995

Jonathan Roughgarden, Professor of Biology and of Geophysics; Director of Earth Systems Program

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1994-1995

Luis Fraga, Associate Professor of Political Science

1994-1995

Ana Rowena Mallari, Biology

1994-1995

Clark Andrew Moore, Political Science

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1993-1994

Helen Brooks, Lecturer, Humanities Special Programs, and Coordinator, Humanities CIV Track

1993-1994

Jim Larimore, Assistant Dean of Students

1993-1994

Andrea Marmor, A.B. candidate, Psychology

1993-1994

Jason Snyder, A.B. candidate, Public Policy

1992-1993

Charles H. Baxter, Senior Lecturer, Hopkins Marine Station

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1992-1993

Herant Katchadourian, Professor, Human Biology

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1992-1993

Philip J. Ivanhoe, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies

1992-1993

Charles R. Hokanson, Jr., Senior, American Studies and History

1992-1993

Tamara Watts, Senior, History

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1991-1992

Jean Fetter, Lecturer, School of Education; Dean of Undergraduate Admissions 1984-1991

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1991-1992

David Brady, Professor of Ethics, Political Sciences, Business, and the Changing Environment

1991-1992

Mark Forehand, Senior, Psychology

1991-1992

Valerie Mih, Senior, American Studies

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1990-1991

Marsh McCall, Professor and Chair, Department of Classics; Dean, Continuing Studies and Summer Session

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1990-1991

Catherine H. Milton, Special Assistant to the President; Director, Haas Center for Public Service

1990-1991

Goodwin Hon Liu, Senior, Biological Sciences

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1990-1991

Yuko Munakata, Senior, Psychology and Symbolic Systems

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1989-1990

John Perry, Professor, Philosophy

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1989-1990

Ann Fernald, Assistant Professor, Psychology

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1989-1990

Reid Garrett Hoffman, Senior, Symbolic Systems

1989-1990

Margaret Li-Lun Wang, Senior, Biological Sciences and Chinese Studies

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1988-1989

Paul Robinson, Professor of History

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1988-1989

Linda Paulson, Lecturer in Western Culture and English

1988-1989

Christopher Paul Guthrie, Senior, Political Science

1988-1989

Jacquelyn Traeger, Senior, Biological Sciences

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1987-1988

Albert Camarillo, Associate Professor of History

1987-1988

Michele D. Marincovich, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning & Lecturer in the Department of Linguistics

1987-1988

James Driscoll, Senior in Slavic Languages

1987-1988

Sheila Williams, Senior in Industrial Engineering

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1986-1987

Paul Seaver, Professor of History

1986-1987

Dennis Matthies, Lecturer in Freshman English

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1986-1987

Kim Crawford, Senior in Political Science

1986-1987

Lorne Needle, Senior in Public Policy

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1985-1986

James Gibbs, Professor of Anthropology

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1985-1986

Ralph Gorin, Lecturer in Computer Science & Director of LOTS

1985-1986

Noelle Hanrahan, Senior in Individually Designed

1985-1986

Nathan Selden, Senior in Human Biology

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1984-1985

Mark Mancall, Director of Overseas Studies & Professor of History

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1984-1985

Stuart Reges, Lecturer in Computer Science

1984-1985

Elizabeth Ehrlich, Senior in Political Science

1984-1985

Matthew Schwartz, Senior in History

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1983-1984

Fred Hargadon, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions

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1983-1984

Stephen Ferruolo, Assistant Professor in History

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1983-1984

Deborah Prentice, Senior in Human Biology and Music

1983-1984

Richard Naimark, Senior in Public Policy

1982-1983

Walter Guido Vincenti, Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics

1982-1983

Alice Supton, Assistant Dean, Residential Education

1982-1983

Seth Abram Zuckerman, Senior in Energy Studies (Individually Designed)

1982-1983

Mary Lorraine Haynes, Senior in Communications

1981-1982

Donald P. Abbott, Professor of Biology, Hopkins Marine Station

1981-1982

Kathleen K. Namphy, Instructor in the Western Culture Program and Lecturer in English

1981-1982

Leah C. Halper, Senior in English

1981-1982

Leo P. Cunningham, Senior in Linguistics

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1980-1981

James L. Adams, Professor of Industrial Engineering and Associate Dean, School of Engineering

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1980-1981

Estelle Freedman, Assistant Professor of History

1980-1981

Linda Marie Gardner, Senior in History

1980-1981

Philip Bradley Davis, Senior in Economics

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1979-1980

Ronald Rebholz, Professor of English

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1979-1980

Carolyn C. Lougee, Associate Professor of History

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1979-1980

Leah Kaplan, Psychiatric Social Worker, Cowell Student Health Center

1979-1980

Gray Lyn Boyce, Senior in Human Biology

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1979-1980

Peter Salovey, Senior in Psychology and Sociology

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1978-1979

Albert H. Hastorf, Professor of Psychology and Benjamin S. Crocker Professor of Human Biology

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1978-1979

Michelle Z. Rosaldo, Assistant Professor of Anthropology

1978-1979

B. Andrew Brown, Senior in History

1978-1979

Alison Ross, Senior in Human Biology and Psychology

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1977-1978

George D. Spindler, Professor of Anthropology and Education

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1977-1978

Marion Lewenstein, Assistant Professor of Communication

1977-1978

Kathryn Ma, Senior in History

1977-1978

Keith Archuleta, Senior in Communication

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1976-1077

Walter E. Meyerhof, Professor of Physics

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1976-1077

Nancy Packer, Associate Professor of English

1976-1077

Charlotte Hay Mason, Senior in Industrial Engineering

1976-1077

Alexander Tomaszczuk, Senior in International Relations

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1975-1976

Donald Kennedy, Chairman and Benjamin S. Crocker Professor of Human Biology

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1975-1976

Arturo Islas, Assistant Professor of English

1975-1976

Lyse Stuart Strnad, Senior in Biology

1975-1976

Paul A. Sobotka, Senior in Chemistry

1974-1975

Lawrence V. Ryan, Professor of English, Chairman of Humanities Special Programs

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1974-1975

Gordon Wright, William H. Bonsall Professor of History

1974-1975

Alan B. Strain, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

1974-1975

Lise Pfeiffer, Senior in Art

1974-1975

James Montoya, Senior in Spanish

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1973-1974

Sandor Salgo, Professor of Music

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1973-1974

George H. Brown, Assistant Professor of English

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1973-1974

Elizabeth Garfield, Senior in Psychology

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1973-1974

Michael A. Kast, Senior in Mechanical Engineering

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1972-1973

Gordon Craig, J. E. Wallace Sterling Professor of Humanities & Professor and Chairman of History

1972-1973

Kaare Hoeg, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering

1972-1973

Marilyn Garcia, Senior in Philosophy

1972-1973

Patrick Windham, Senior, Interdepartmental: Values, Technology and Society

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1971-1972

Harld C. Schmidt, Professor of Music

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1971-1972

Kennell A. Jackson, Assistant Professor of History

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1971-1972

Harvey Hall, Registrar

1971-1972

Marian E. Moe, Senior in History

1971-1972

Dale Windrum Snape, Senior in Psychology

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1970-1971

John D. Goheen

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1970-1971

Margaret E. Wolf

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1970-1971

William Haynes Durham

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1969-1970

Robert A. Horn

1969-1970

Joyce Seiko Kobayashi

1969-1970

John Peter Grube

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1968-1969

Herbert L. Packer

1968-1969

Norton Thomas Batkini

1968-1969

Joyce Elaine King

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1967-1968

David Morris Potter

1967-1968

Rodney Lee Devine

1967-1968

Evelyn Chi-Yu Hu

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1966-1967

John Wendell Dodds

1966-1967

Mary Frances Swenson

1966-1967

Michael Roster

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1965-1966

Leonard I. Schiff

1965-1966

Norman V. Graham

1965-1966

Wayne D. Brazil

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1964-1965

Harold M. Bacon

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1964-1965

Anne Gregory Osborn

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1964-1965

Thomas Arthur Cotton

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1963-1964

John Leland Mothershead, Jr.

1963-1964

Ellen Sanders Lassner

1963-1964

Paul Arthur Strasbaurg

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1962-1963

Phillip H. Rhinelander

1962-1963

Eduthe Gayle Brown

1962-1963

William A. Butler

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1961-1962

Wilfred H. Stone

1961-1962

Lucy Dunbar Ames

1961-1962

Oliver Ludwig "Jerry" Puttler, Jr.

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1960-1961

Elmer D. Fagan

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1960-1961

Linda Hawes Clever

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1960-1961

William W. Sterling

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1959-1960

F. W. Strothmann

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1959-1960

Frances Huneke von Briesen

1959-1960

Clyde William Wyant, Jr.