Original Signatories: 93

Signatories as of August 2017: 276

Faculty of Harvard University to the President and Fellows

April 10, 2014

Our University invests in the fossil fuel industry: this is for us the central issue.  We now know that fossil fuels cause climate change of unprecedented destructive potential.  We also know that many in this industry spend large sums of money to mislead the public, deny climate science, control legislation and regulation, and suppress alternative energy sources.

We are therefore disappointed in the statements on divestment made by President Faust on October 3, 2013 and April 7, 2014.  They appear to misconstrue the purposes and effectiveness of divestment.  We believe that the Corporation is making a decision that in the long run will not serve the University well.

Our sense of urgency in signing this Letter cannot be overstated.  Humanity’s reliance on burning fossil fuels is leading to a marked warming of the Earth’s surface, a melting of ice the world over, a rise in sea levels, acidification of the oceans, and an extreme, wildly fluctuating, and unstable global climate.  These physical and chemical changes, some of which are expected to last hundreds, if not thousands, of years are already threatening the survival of countless species on all continents.  And because of their effects on food production, water availability, air pollution, and the emergence and spread of human infectious diseases, they pose unparalleled risks to human health and life.

The World Health Organization estimated in 2005 that climate change caused some 150,000 deaths worldwide each year.  The heads of the American College of Physicians and the Royal College of Physicians of London in 2009 joined leaders of medical colleges from 12 other countries in calling climate change “the biggest global health threat of the 21st century.”

Divestment is an act of ethical responsibility, a protest against current practices that cannot be altered as quickly or effectively by other means.  The University either invests in fossil fuel corporations, or it divests.  If the Corporation regards divestment as “political,” then its continued investment is a similarly political act, one that finances present corporate activities and calculates profit from them.

The only way to remain “neutral” in such circumstances is to bracket ethical principles even while being deeply concerned about consequences.  Slavery was once an investment issue, as were apartheid and the harm caused by smoking.

In the past, the University did divest from certain industries on ethical grounds.  Harvard’s leadership—initiated by faculty, students, and alumni—is credited with making campaigns against apartheid and smoking far more effective.

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Financially, no evidence exists that planned divestment would damage Harvard.  As awareness grows that burning known fossil fuel reserves will accelerate climate change to a catastrophic degree, and as fossil fuel consumption moderates, planned divestment will, in fact, strengthen the portfolio of the University.  A number of studies, including one by S&P Capital IQ, demonstrate that over the last ten years, for example, an endowment reflecting the S&P 500 without targeted fossil fuel companies would have outpaced one with them.  Moreover, study of fossil fuel divestment suggests it need not lower the overall value of investors’ holdings, and that “those that commit to divestment should consider re-directing investment to renewable energy alternatives” (Atif Ansar, Ben Caldecott, James Tilbury, “Stranded assets and the fossil fuel divestment campaign:  what does divestment mean for the valuation of fossil fuel assets?”  Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford, 2013, pp. 71-72).

Recent pronouncements from authoritative quarters support our call for action. Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) states that the “continued and dangerous rise in greenhouse gases . . . is in large part the direct result of past investments in . . . fossil fuels.”  She warns that “institutional investors who ignore climate risk face being increasingly seen as blatantly in breach of their fiduciary duty.” (January 15, 2014)

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, Harvard Medical School graduate, and former Professor and Chairman of HMS’s Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, even includes divestment as a legitimate tactic:  “The good news is that there is action we all can take . . . we can divest and tax that which we don’t want, the carbon that threatens development gains over the last 20 years.”  He goes on to urge:  “Be the first mover.  Use smart due diligence.  Rethink what fiduciary responsibility means in this changing world.” (January 24, 2014)

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If any doubt remains about long-term plans of fossil fuel corporations, consider the signature statement of the American Petroleum Institute: “a secure energy future for generations to come.”  API corporations are determined to produce more of the same “for generations”:  more fossil fuel extraction, more sales, more denial or evasion of science.  Coal companies, similarly, proclaim plans to continue mining for hundreds of years.

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The aim of divestment is not to drive these corporations out of business.  It was never the intention of Harvard’s South African or tobacco related divestments to eliminate industries.

Instead, divestment aims to expose corporate attitudes and change corporate behavior.  And indeed, the most comprehensive study of divestment to date, published by the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford and cited above, indicates that past divestment strategies forced changes in corporate behavior, government regulation, legal statues, and even share prices, that would not otherwise have been accomplished.

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It seems self-contradictory to argue that Harvard owns a very small percentage of shares in a group of stocks (shares that, moreover, represent a small percentage of its own holdings) yet can nevertheless exert greater influence on corporate behavior by retaining rather than selling that stock as protest.  If Harvard were a major shareholder, that argument might make sense, but Harvard is not.

The President and Fellows are working assiduously to reduce the University’s greenhouse emissions, while maintaining investments that promote their increase locally and worldwide.  The President and Fellows are right to be concerned about the “troubling inconsistency” of these investments.

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As the statements of October 3, 2013 and April 7, 2014 indicate, the Harvard Corporation wishes to influence corporate behaviors in the fossil fuel and energy sectors.  We therefore ask:

How, exactly, will the University “encourage” fossil fuel corporations in “addressing pressing environmental imperatives”?  Will Harvard initiate or support shareholder resolutions?  Will it divest from coal companies?  Will it ask questions at shareholder meetings?  Will it set standards analogous to the Sullivan Principles?  Will it conduct private meetings?

In short, how long will Business As Usual continue?

The questions in this section are not rhetorical.  They require answers.

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We know that fossil fuel use must decrease.  To achieve this goal, not only must research and education be pursued with vigor, pressure must also be exerted.  If there is no pressure, then grievous harm due to climate change will accelerate and entrench itself for a span of time that will make the history of Harvard look short.

We the undersigned are faculty and officers of the University, many with knowledge and research in climate science, energy, business management, ethics, and the effects of climate change on health, prosperity, and biodiversity.  Many are alumni and donors.  We appeal to our colleagues, fellow alumni, and donors to join us in signing this statement, as an act of conscience and fiscal responsibility, and in asking the Corporation to divest, as soon as possible, its holdings in fossil fuel corporations.

Signed:

James G. Anderson

Philip S. Weld Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry

Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology

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David Armitage

Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

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Carmen Arnold-Biucchi

Damarete Curator of Ancient Coins, Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art

Harvard Art Museum

Lecturer on the Classics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

President of the INC

______

Alberto Ascherio

Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Elizabeth Bartholet

Morris Wasserstein Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

Melissa Bartick

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

Soha Bayoumi

Lecturer, Department of the History of Science

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Jason Beckfield

Professor of Sociology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Janet Beizer

Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Eugene Beresin

Professor of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

Lisa Berkman

Thomas Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Epidemiology

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Aaron Bernstein

Instructor, Harvard Medical School

Hospitalist, Division of General Pediatrics, Boston Children’s Hospital

______

Robin Bernstein

Professor of African and African American Studies and of Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Andrew Berry

Lecturer, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Alex Bloemendal

Simons Fellow

Department of Mathematics

______

Matthew Bonds

Research Associate

Harvard Medical School

______

David Bor

Charles S. Davidson Associate Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

J. Wesley Boyd

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

Matthew Boyle

Professor of Philosophy

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Joseph Brain

Cecil K. and Philip Drinker Professor of Environmental Physiology

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Neil Brenner

Professor of Urban Theory

Harvard Graduate School of Design

______

Julie Buckler

Professor of Slavic and Comparative Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Lawrence Buell

Powell M. Cabot Research Professor of American Literature, Emeritus

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Peter Burgard

Professor of German

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Kevin Caffrey

Course Director and Lecturer, Committee on Degrees in Social Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Federico Capasso

Robert Wallace Professor of Aplied Physics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Alfonso Caramazza

Daniel and Amy Starch Professor of Psychology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Courtney B. Cazden

Charles William Eliot Professor Education Emerita

Harvard Graduate School of Education

______

Joyce E. Chaplin

James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History

Affiliated Professor of the History of Science

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Rodrigo Chacón

Lecturer on Social Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

David Charbonneau

Professor of Astronomy

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Eric Chivian

Founder and Director Emeritus

Center for Health and the Global Environment

Harvard Medical School

Shared 1985 Nobel Peace Prize for Co-founding International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War

______

Stephen Chong

Associate Professor of Computer Sciences

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

______

Francis X. Clooney, S.J.

Parkman Professor of Divinity and Professor of Comparative Theology

Director of the Center for the Study of World Religions

Harvard Divinity School

______

Melissa Coco

Teaching Associate in Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

Kathleen Coleman

James Loeb Professor of the Classics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Stacey Combes

Associate Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Tom Conley

Abbot Lawrence Lowell Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies and of Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Kirkland House Co-Master

______

Harvey Cox

Hollis Research Professor of Divinity, Emeritus

Harvard Divinity School

______

Thomas B.F. Cummins

Dumbarton Oaks Professor of the History of Pre-Columbian and Colonial Art

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Goodarz Danaei

Assistant Professor of Global Health

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Norman Daniels

Professor of Ethics and Population Health

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Sergio Delgado

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Emma Dench

Professor of the Classics and of History

Harvard College Professor

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Christine Desan

Leo Gottlieb Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

Daniel Donoghue

John P. Marquand Professor of English

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Barry Dorn

Lecturer on Public Health Practice

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Assistant Professor

Harvard Graduate School of Education

______

Diana Eck

Fredric Wertham Professor of Law and Psychiatry in Society

Faculty of Arts and Science

______

David Elmer

Professor of the Classics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Director of Undergraduate Studies

______

James Engell

Gurney Professor of English and Professor of Comparative Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Francesco Erspamer

Professor in the Department of Romance Languages and Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Sukhada Fadnavis

Benjamin Peirce Fellow

Department of Mathematics

______

Brian D. Farrell

Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Luis Fernandez-Cifuentes

Robert S. and Ilse Friend Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Rachel Flanders

Lecturer in Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

Christopher Foote

Professor of Practice of Economics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

David Foster

Director of the Harvard Forest

Senior Lecturer on Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Gerald Frug

Louis D. Brandeis Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

Dennis Gaitsgory

Professor of Mathematics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Marshall Ganz

Senior Lecturer in Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

______

Howard Gardner

John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education

Graduate School of Education

Adjunct Professor of Psychology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Hunter Gehlbach

Associate Professor of Education

Harvard University Graduate School of Education

______

Rachel Gillett

Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies, History and Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Gonzalo Giribet

Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology in the Museum of Comparative Zoology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Daniel A. Goodenough

Takeda Professor of Cell Biology, Emeritus

Harvard Medical School

______

Jorie Graham

Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory in the Department of English

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Virginie Greene

Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Adriana Gutiérrez

Senior Preceptor in Spanish, Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Güven Güzeldere

Senior Lecturer on Philosophy and Psychology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Janet Halley

Royall Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

Barbara Hamm

Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

James Hanken

Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology

Director, Museum of Comparative Zoology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Jon Hanson

Alfred Smart Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

Wade Harper

Bert and Natalie Vallee Professor of Molecular Pathology

Harvard Medical School

______

Anne Harrington

Professor of the History of Science

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Charles Harris

Professor of Landscape Architecture, Emeritus

Graudate School of Design

______

Stephen Harrison

Giovanni Armenise-Harvard Professor in Basic Biomedical Science

Harvard Medical School

______

Bruce Hay

Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

Thomas Hayes

Lecturer on Physics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Judith Herman

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

Dudley Herschbach

Baird Professor of Science, Emeritus; Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Michael Herzfeld

Ernest E. Monrad Professor of the Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Patrice Higonnet

Goelet Professor of French History

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Heather Hill

Professor of Education

Harvard Graduate School of Education

______

David Hoffman

John H. Watson, Jr. Lecturer on Law

Harvard Law School

______

Paul F. Hoffman

Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology Emeritus

Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Sharon Howell

Allston Burr Dean of Adams House

Lecturer in History and Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Robert Husson

Professor of Pediatrics

Harvard Medical School

______

John Huth

Donner Professor of Science

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Eric Jacobson

Lecturer, Department of Global Health & Social Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

Alice Jardine

Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures and of Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Steve Jarding

Lecturer

Kennedy School of Government

______

Christopher Jencks

Malcolm Wiener Professor of Social Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

______

Andrew Jewett

Associate Professor of History and of Social Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

David Johnston

John L Loeb Assoc. Professor of Natural Sciences

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Justin Junge

Lecturer, Department of Psychology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Daniel Kahne

Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Martha Ellen Katz

Clinical Instructor in Medicine

Harvard Medical School

_____

Tamara Kay

Associate Professor of Sociology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Co-Director of Harvard’s Transnational Studies Initiative

______

David Keith

Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Professor of Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

______

Duncan Kennedy

Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence

Harvard Law School

______

David King

Senior Lecturer in Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

______

Niall G. Kirkwood

Professor of Landscape Architecture and Technology

Graduate School of Design

______

Michael Klagsbrun

Patricia A. Donahoe Professor of Surgery

Harvard Medical School

______

James Kloppenberg

Charles Warren Professor of American History

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Elena Kramer

Bussey Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Nancy Krieger

Professor of Social Epidemiology

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Michele Lamont

Robert I Goldman Professor of European Studies

Professor of Sociology and African and African-American Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Robert Levin

Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of the Humanities

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Richard Levins

John Rock Professor of Population Sciences

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Mary Lewis

Professor of History

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Matthew H. Liang

Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Caroline Light

Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Harvard Program in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Jonathan Losos

Monique and Philip Lehner Professor for the Study of Latin America

Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Curator in Herpetology, Museum of Comparative Zoology

______

Kenneth Mack

Lawrence D. Biele Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

L Mahadevan

Professor of Applied Mathematics, Physics, and Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Jane Mansbridge

Charles F. Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values

Harvard Kennedy School

______

Stephen Alan Marglin

Walter S. Barker Professor of Economics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Barry Mazur

Gerhard Gade University Professor of Mathematics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

James McCarthy

Professor of Biological Oceanography

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Timothy McCarthy

Lecturer on History and Literature and on Public Policy

Program Director, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

______

John E. McDonough

Professor of Practice

Department of Health Policy and Management

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Dan McKanan

Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Association Senior Lecturer

Harvard Divinity School

______

Nicco Mele

Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

______

Everett Mendelsohn

Professor of the History of Science, Emeritus

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Willa Miller

Visiting Lecturer on Buddhist Ministry

Harvard Divinity School

______

Danny Milner

Associate Professor of Pathology

Harvard Medical School

______

May Moreshet

Clinical Veterinarian

Harvard Center for Comparative Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

George Moseley

Lecturer in Health Law and Management

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Samuel Myers

Instructor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

Senior Research Scientist

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Anders Näär

Professor of Cell Biology

Harvard Medical School

______

Afsaneh Najmabadi

Francis Lee Higginson Professor of History and of Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Ken Nakayama

Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Rachel Nardin

Assistant Professor of Neurology

Harvard Medical School

______

Laura Nasrallah

Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity

Harvard Divinity School

______

Bernhard Nickel

Professor of Philosophy

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Bjorn R. Olsen

Hersey Professor of Cell Biology

Harvard Medical School

Professor Development Biology and Dean for Research

Harvard School of Dental Medicine

______

Naomi Oreskes

Professor of the History of Science

Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Rohini Pande

Mohammad Kamal Professor of Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School

_____

Richard Parker

Lecturer

Harvard Kennedy School

______

Elizabeth Parsons

Clinical Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

Pauline Peters

Retired faculty; Fellow, African and Africoan-American Studies and Center for International Development

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Leah Price

Francis Lee Higginson Professor of English

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Jose Rabasa

Long Term Visiting Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

James Recht

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

Matthew Reece

Assistant Professor of Physics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Eric Rentschler

Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Emily Riehl

Benjamin Peirce Fellow, Department of Mathematics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Rebecca Rogers

Chief Resident in Internal Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

Sophia Roosth

Assistant Professor of the History of Science

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Nancy L. Rosenblum

Senator Joseph Clark Professor of Ethics in Politics and Government

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Meredith Rosenthal

Professor of Health Economics and Policy

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Peter Sacks

John P. Marquand Professor of English in Department of English

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Stephanie Sandler

Ernest E. Monrad Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Mark Schiefsky

Professor of the Classics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

William Schmitt

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

Jeremiah Schuur

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

Edward Seldin

Associate Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Harvard School of Dental Medicine

______

Susanna Siegel

Edgar Pierce Professor of Philosophy

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

James Simpson

Donald P. and Katherine B. Loker Professor of English

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Steven Shapin

Franklin L. Ford Research Professor of the History of Science

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Daniel Lord Smail

Professor of History

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Doris Sommer

Ira and Jewell Williams Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures and of African and African American Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

John Spengler

Akira Yamaguchi Professor of Environmental Health and Human Habitation

Harvard School of Public Health

______

John Stauffer

Professor of English and of African and African American Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Gisela Striker

Walter C. Klein Professor of Philosophy and of the Classics, Emerita

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Ajantha Subramanian

Professor of Anthropology and of South Asian Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Joji Suzuki

Instructor in Psychiatry

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Harvard Medical School

______

Richard F. Thomas

George Martin Lane Professor of Classics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Harvard College Professor

______

Sally Thompson

Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

______

William Todd

Harry Tuchman Levin Professor of Literature

Professor of Comparative Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Mark Tushnet

William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

______

Shelley Tworoger

Associate Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

______

Helen Vendler

Arthur Kingsley Porter University Professor, Department of English

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

John Wakeley

Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Suzanne Walker

Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology

Harvard Medical School

______

Christopher Walsh

Hamilton Kuhn Distinguished Professor

Harvard Medical School

______

Thomas Walz

Professor of Cell Biology

Harvard Medical School

______

Natasha Warikoo

Assistant Professor

Harvard University Graduate School of Education

______

Mary C. Waters

M.E. Zukerman Professor of Sociology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Nicholas Watson

Professor of English and Chair of Medieval Studies

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Jason Weisfeld

Instructor

Harvard School of Public Health

______

Christopher Winship

Diker-Tishman Professor of Sociology

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Kenneth Winston

Lecturer in Ethics

Faculty Chair, Singapore Program

Harvard Kennedy School

______

John Womack, Jr.

Robert Woods Bliss Professor of Latin American History and Economics, Emeritus

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Carl Wunsch

Visiting Professor of Climate and Physical Oceanography

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

______

Susan Yelin

Senior Research Fellow, Department of Physics

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

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Jay Youngdahl

Senior Fellow, Initiative for Responsible Investment

Hauser Institute for Civil Society

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Alan Zaslavsky

Professor of Health Care Policy (Statistics)

Harvard Medical School

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Zachary Zevitas

Instructor of Environmental Management

Harvard University Extension School

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Shoshana Zuboff

Charles Edward Wilson Professor, Emerita

Harvard Business School

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