Marino Auffant, History
Email: mauffant [at] g.harvard.edu
Hello everyone! My name is Marino and I am thrilled to join Dunster as a History and International Resident Tutor. I am originally from Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, and was a History concentrator at Harvard – as well as a proud Dunster resident! As an undergrad, I spent quite a bit of time learning languages such as Russian, Arabic and Persian, and spending summers in Moscow, Seoul and Istanbul. Upon graduation, I worked for the Dominican government, and went on for my Master’s in Public Administration in France’s Ecole Nationale d’Administration. I then worked in strategy consulting in Paris for a couple of years – doing all kinds of sectors such as energy, public services, private equity, automotive and financial services. After this corporate detour, I am thrilled to come back to Harvard and Dunster for my PhD in History! I look forward to meeting you all, and to all the great conversations to come!
Greg Bruich, Economics
Email: gbruich [at] fas.harvard.edu
Gregory Bruich received his Ph.D. from the Department of Economics at Harvard University. His research is in public economics. He received the John R. Marquand Award for Exceptional Advising. He teaches econometrics in the Department of Economics, and has taught econometrics and other economics classes at Harvard and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Last year, he was the faculty adviser for three senior theses in economics.
Gregory Davis, Psychology
Email: gdavis [at] g.harvard.edu
Hi Dunster! I am a Resident Tutor for BGLTQ and Race Relations. I am originally from Detroit, MI, and went to Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA for undergrad. There I studied psychology before going to law school at UCLA. Here at Harvard, I am a Ph.D. student in African American Studies. I study academic admissions and institutional decision making, so I guarantee that we have something to talk about! When I’m not working, I’m talking about politics, television, or just exploring the Boston area. I look forward to a great and productive school year, with some fun and important conversations along the way.
Leah Gose, Sociology
Email: gose [at] g.harvard.edu
My name is Leah and I’m a third-year doctoral student is sociology at Harvard. I’m a resident tutor at Mather House and a sociology concentration adviser for Mather and Dunster Houses. An Atlanta native, I live for the (semi)warm summers here in Cambridge and I love exploring the city. I attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia where I received a BA in Sociology and German Language. After college, I worked in DC doing business development at a non-profit that employed wounded veterans and people with disabilities. My passion for understanding poverty and social policy led me here, where a good chunk of my research focuses on how people engage with social services and how local/state/federal policies affect their lives. My current work is a networks study of organizations working to help people who are hungry and dealing with food insecurity in American cities. I have a habit of picking up new hobbies and I’ll try anything once! I love vanilla ice cream, listening to music, fighting prejudice, and anything to do with autumn.