Ellie Lasater-Guttmann, of Eliot House, was a joint concentrator in Philosophy and Mathematics with Studio Art as a secondary field. A native of Virginia, at Harvard she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa’s Junior Twenty Four and is PBK Marshall for Harvard’s 2018 class. Her senior thesis won the Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the Natural Sciences. She is a professional archeological illustrator, and was active in the Radcliffe Choral Society and as Vice President of the Harvard Outing Club. She spent one summer at the Carnegie Mellon Summer School in Logic and Formal Epistemology and she spent last summer in Cambridge, England after having been awarded the Thouron Prize to conduct research, undertake coursework and participate in presentations as a fellow in the Pembroke/King’s Program. She is the John Eliot Scholar at Jesus, pursuing an MPhil in Philosophy.