The Gazette spoke with Clay about the current nationwide reckoning with police violence against people of color, the importance of supporting the increasingly diverse populations found on college campuses, the role of the police in higher education, and what community policing means to him.
Victor Clay, a law enforcement professional with more than 35 years of experience and an unwavering commitment to building strong bonds with the communities he has served, has been named the next chief of the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD).
Harvard University’s Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) has been certified by two international building certification programs as one of the healthiest, most sustainable, and energy-efficient laboratories in the world.
Image from left to right: Lillian Castro, Chris Nadeau, and Jose Neto.
The HUIT Service Desk and Field Team, a source of front-line technical support for the University, has been busier than ever since last March’s transition to remote work and learning. In addition to supporting this massive effort, they simultaneously took on the important role of connecting callers world-wide to Harvard-based COVID information and resources via the COVID Connector Hotline.
Lillian Castro, Walk-In Support Center Manager, Chris Nadeau, Assistant Director for HUIT Service Desk, and Jose Neto, Supervisor, IT Partner Support, talk about supporting the University during this uniquely challenging time.
Image: from left to right, Genevieve "Eve" Aguilar and Jason McGraw .
The Office of the General Counsel (OGC) manages the wide-ranging and highly complex legal needs of Harvard, from regulatory compliance to litigation to contracts, risk-management, and much more. Genevieve "Eve" Aguilar and Jason McGraw, who both serve in the early-career role of Associate Attorney, discuss their work and what drew them to legal practice in higher education.