AUSTIN, Texas—The Donald D. Harrington Fellows Program, one of the most well-endowed visiting scholar and graduate fellow programs in the nation, and the most prestigious fellowship program at The University of Texas at Austin, begins its sixth year with a new group of 14 outstanding scholars.
Five faculty members join the Faculty Fellows Program. The Graduate Fellows Program welcomes five doctoral fellows and two master’s fellows from other universities and two dissertation fellows from The University of Texas at Austin.
The visiting Faculty Fellows are Dr. Jennifer Beer, Department of Psychology, University of California-Davis; Dr. Andrea Giunta, Department of Modern Latin American Art History, University of Buenos Aires; Dr. Mark Greenberg, School of Law and Department of Philosophy, University of California-Los Angeles; Dr. William Benjamin Henry, Classics Centre, University of Oxford; and Dr. Ron Krebs, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota.
The nine new Graduate Fellows are:
- Snowden Becker, Department of Information Studies, University of California-Los Angeles.
- Lucia Henderson, Department of Art History, University of California-San Diego.
- Tanvi Madan, School of Public Affairs, Yale University.
- Martin Mereb, Department of Mathematics, University of Buenos Aires.
- Katharine Stahl, Department of Educational Psychology, Dartmouth College.
- Lucas A. Cieza-Gonzalez, Department of Astronomy, The University of Texas at Austin.
- Doh Chang Lee, Department of Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin.
- Marc Lionetti, Department of Educational Psychology, Northwestern University.
- Xiaowen Ma, Department of Professional Accounting, Louisiana State University.
The Harrington Fellows Program was created by Sybil B. Harrington as a tribute to her late husband, Donald D. Harrington. She envisioned a program that would support gifted and ambitious scholars, who would, in turn, share their knowledge and success with future generations. A $30 million endowment was funded by the Sybil B. Harrington Trust and The Don and Sybil Harrington Foundation to support the program.