The author remembers a writer whose life was cut short and a friendship that started as Harkness Fellows in the US
Chris Barnham and Bob Barr share how and why they became locally elected politicians.
Stuart Devlin, (1931 to 2018) AO, CMG, was a Harkness Fellow from 1960 to 62 based at Columbia University. A conversation with Stuart’s wife Carole and her sister Victoria throws light on his fellowship and how they came to edit this masterpiece.
Prof Pagel shares how she developed survey questions on key political issues
Interview with Jerri Fosdick, former Organisation Development Consultant to the HF programme.
Feature by Nicholas Falk, Harkness Fellow at Stanford Business School 1967-69.
Harkness Fellow, Richard Hooper’s wry observations on the Media.
Even among the many eminent people to emerge from a Harkness Fellowship, it will be difficult to find a person who has collected more honours, awards and prizes than Colin Blakemore (Fellow 1965-68)
This article described the second major change to the Harkness Fellowships in 1996 when the focus changed to health.
Over 5 decades after becoming one of the world’s most famous rugby players, the Harkness Fellow who played for Harvard Business School’s School’s rugby team in 1967-69 was still sought after by the media.