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Harvard University graduates and faculty members were the recipients of awards from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Institute of Immigrant Welfare.
Heinrich Bruening, lecturer on Government; Dean James M. Landis '24, professor of Legislation; Thomas N. Whitehead, associate professor of Business; Dean Joseph F. Hudnut '09, professor of Architecture; Bentley W. Warren '22; Frank W. Grinnel '95; Robert G. Dodge '93; and Melvin M. Johnson '31 were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Felix Frankfurter '06, Byrne Professor of Administrative Law holds one of the three awards of the National Institute of Immigrant Welfare.
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