Each year, departments and programs from across the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences nominate graduating students who have contributed meaningfully to student life to serve as Commencement marshals.
The outstanding students selected as 2013 marshals by a committee of the Graduate Student Council will lead the GSAS Commencement procession down Oxford Street and into Tercentenary Theatre in Harvard Yard for Morning Exercises on May 30, carrying the GSAS, SEAS, and Dudley House banners. They are traditionally the first Harvard graduates to enter the yard each year.
Congratulations to the following students:
|Geoffrey Allen, AM, Middle Eastern studies||Jade D’Alpoim Guedes, PhD, anthropology|
|Alison Hill, PhD, biophysics||Pan-Pan Jiang, PhD, organismic and evolutionary biology|
|Heather Pon-Barry, PhD, computer science||Jonathan Ruel, PhD, physics|
|Heng Tian, SM, engineering sciences|