Harvard Yard, Cambridge, MA 02138
1st Fl., Entry, Lamont Library
David L. Evans first came to work in the Admissions Office in 1970. During his time in Cambridge, over fifteen times more African American undergraduates have matriculated at Harvard than in the previous 334 years. Mr. Evans has served as a proctor in Harvard Yard, an adviser to first-year students and an assistant dean of freshmen. He has also been an adviser to the Harvard Foundation since its inception in 1981. In 2002 he was awarded the FAS Administrative Prize, the highest honor to be conferred on an administrator by Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences.