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January 2002, Robert A. Moffitt
January 2002, Dan Bloom and Don Winstead
December 2001, Irwin Garfinkel, Ronald B. Mincy and Sara McLanahan
October 2001, Mary Bryna Sanger
September 2001, Rebecca M. Blank
September 2001, Greg J. Duncan and Pamela A. Morris
August 2001, Paul Offner
July 9, 2001, Alicia H. Munnell and R. Kent Weaver
July 2001, Ron Haskins and Wendell Primus
January 14, 2001, Peter Skerry
January 2001, Isabel V. Sawhill, R. Kent Weaver and Ron Haskins
Spring 2000, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
May 11, 1998, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
Spring 1998, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
Spring 1998, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Spring 1998, Glenn C. Loury
Winter 1997, Margaret Weir
November 4, 1997, Christopher H. Foreman, Jr.
Fall 1997, David Kuo
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