About hovsep

Welcome back to Dunster! I have been the administrative assistant to the Dean since 2009: managing student records, answering your academic questions, and coordinating Commencement and other House events. I also am here to aid you in coordinating your medical school application process and getting your recommendations in order, so please visit me if you have any questions. Every Monday, I publish the Mooseletter in the dining hall and in your inboxes with news from our offices, which includes academic deadlines, upcoming House events, and information you will find useful. If you find that you have any questions about academics, need to get in contact with the Dean or just want to chat, please stop by! When I am not in Dunster, I am spending time with my family and two Boston Terriers in Bedford, MA. I also love reading, traveling, watching movies, and I am always on the lookout for recommendations if you have any! Let's have another great year in Dunster!

Mooseletter – May 7, 2018

Dear Meese,

We can’t believe it’s been a whole year already! Thanks for making our first year in Dunster so special. We are so grateful to be part of such a warm and welcoming community.

Thanks to Tim, Jiho, Emma, …

Mooseletter – April 30, 2018


Dearest Dunster, I hope you are staying strong throughout reading period and as we enter our first exams on Thursday, I wish you continued perseverance and luck! Final exams are undoubtedly …

Mooseletter – April 23, 2018

From the Office of the Resident Dean, Michael Uy

Dearest Dunster, Well this is it — the last three days of the Spring Semester. Congratulations to you (and to me!) for making it. I really enjoyed the Goat Roast, and …

Mooseletter – April 9, 2018

From the Office of the Resident Dean
Michael Uy

Dearest Meese, I haven’t got much to say apart from, “I absolutely believe in you!” Keep your heads up, share joy and generosity in the house, and remember that you are …

Mooseletter – April 2, 2018

From the Office of the Resident Dean – Michael Uy
Dearest Meese, I want to start off by saying a huge “thank you” to Senior Tutor Jennifer Hsiao for standing in my place while I was away. She certainly had …