Cynthia M. Koch is Historian in Residence and Director of History Programing for our FDR Foundation at Adams House, Harvard University. She was Director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York and subsequently Senior Adviser to the Office of Presidential Libraries at the National Archives. She was Public Historian in Residence at Bard College where she taught courses in public history and Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt.
To make commencement an incredible day for our Seniors and their guests, we need the help of some committed Adamsians. The job comes with perks like housing extended ‘till May 26, $11 an hour for work, and you get to attend the Senior Banquet. You must be available for allparts of the schedule below, and be able to lift 20… Read more about Commencement Event Team, still spots left