Jan’s own words, those of her son Mark, and of poet Katrina Porteous, highlight the impact of the fellowship on Jan’s writing.
Ian Hay Davison gives us a glimpse of US life in the 50s as he started his Commonwealth Fund Fellowship.
Extracts from Ken Sargent’s time studying US National Forests
Nigel Croft shares how businesses can maintain a focus on quality.
Awards in the name of Harkness Fellows can support future generations of learners.
Sir James Irvine, Principal and VC of St Andrews, played a key role in establishing the Commonwealth/Harkness Fellowships.
Fifty years after the US National Environmental Protection Act was signed into law, SARS-CoV-2 may have given environmental protection the boost it needs.
Politician, publisher, contributor to cultural and public life; his daughter Eliza shares stories of Mark Bonham Carter, Commonwealth Fund Fellow 1947-48
Dr Mary Docherty reflects on how personal and professional learning interact in studying integrated healthcare for people with mental health needs.
Edwina Moreton OBE (HF 1976-78) opens our eyes to the much misunderstood role of livery companies. Far from being professional lobby groups, they are, fundamentally, about giving back. She explains their role and her part as Master Trader in the educational and charitable work that the Livery undertakes.