University: Harvard University
Garrett M. Lam, Wellesley, is a senior at Harvard College, with a joint concentration in Neurobiology and Philosophy. He is interested in philosophical problems of free will, moral responsibility, and punishment, and has career interests in criminal justice reform. He is an active advocate of the effective altruism movement, was editor-in-chief of the Harvard Review of Philosophy, was one of two undergraduates on Harvard’s Committee on General Education, and is Executive Editor of the Harvard Crimson. He also holds the Guinness World Record for the longest time standing on a Swiss Ball. Garrett will do the B.Phil. in Philosophy at Oxford.