Five seniors have been selected to represent Harvard in the national competition for Danforth Fellowships.
They are Joseph A. Porter '64, of Eliot House and Madisonville, Ky.; John M. Lewis '63-3, of Lowell House and Lyndon, Vt.; Jeffrey H. Utter '64, of Lowell House and Auburn; Marc J. Roberts '64, of Eliot House and Bayonne, N.J.; and Clayton T. Koelb '64, of Leverett House and Providence, R.I.
Danforth Fellowships are awarded to students interested in a teaching career who have shown academic and extracurricular excellence and who have a "genuine interest in religion and its relations to teaching."
The Harvard finalists were selected by the Committee on Teaching as a Career from among 30 seniors nominated by their Houses. One hundred winners will be elected from about 300 competitors by national committee.
The Danforth Fellowships provide $1500 year for unmarried graduate students and $2000 yearly for those who are married.