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International Education students

May 12, 2017

Professor Fernando Reimers, Ford Foundation Professor of Practice of International Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, brought several of his soon-to-be-graduating students of international education to Wadsworth House to meet the University Marshal, and to learn about Harvard history and Commencement. The students also visited Houghton Library and the Harvard Art Museum.
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Shorenstein Fellows with the University Marshal in the Wadsworth House Parlor

Spring 2017 Shorenstein Fellows

March 1, 2017

The Spring 2017 Fellows of the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy visited Wadsworth House. Pictured below are (left-right): Adam Berinsky, professor of political science at MIT; Maigan Stone, president of the Malala Fund; Jackie O'Neill, University Marshal; Helen Boarden, director of BBC radio; Zack Exley, political consultant and former advisor to the Bernie Sanders campaign; Farai Chideya, senior writer for FiveThirtyEight; and Susan Ocitti, Shorenstein Read more about Spring 2017 Shorenstein Fellows

Aga Khan University and Aga Khan Foundation officials in the Wadsworth House Parlor with the University Marshal

Aga Khan Foundation and Aga Khan University

February 6, 2017

Five representatives from the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) and the Aga Khan University in Nairobi, Kenya visited Wadsworth House on their last day on campus finalizing an agreement with the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Executive Education program to develop an adaptive leadership custom program that will take place at the AKU campus in Nairobi. Pictured below are (left to right): Michael Meyer, Founding Dean, Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communications (AKU-GSMC); University Marshal Jackie O'Neill; Aleem Walji, CEO, Aga Khan Foundation USA; Rhonda Breit, Associate Dean, Read more about Aga Khan Foundation and Aga Khan University

Nuru Mugambi of Kenya talks with Faculty Director of the Center for African Studies Emmanuel Akyeampong

Eisenhower Fellows from Africa

November 7, 2016

All twenty-four of the fall 2016 Eisenhower Fellows visited Harvard on the same day for a group session co-sponsored by the Marshal's Office and the Center for African Studies, followed by individual appointments across the university with faculty and affiliates. This was the first time in the Eisenhower Fellowships' 60+ years that the program hosted an entire cohort from Africa. Participants came from Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. Fellows interacted Read more about Eisenhower Fellows from Africa

Spring 2016 Institute of Politics Fellows

February 10, 2016

The Spring 2016 Institute of Politics (IOP) Fellows visited Wadsworth House for a welcome to Harvard near the beginning of their term at the Harvard Kennedy School. The group of fellows includes: Karin Agness, founder and president, Network of enlightened Women (NeW), Forbes contributor, and former attorney; Anurima Bhargava, chief, Educational Opportunities Section (Civil Rights Division), U.S. Department of Justice; former director of Education Practice, NAACP Legal Defense Fund; Read more about Spring 2016 Institute of Politics Fellows

Fall 2015 Institute of Politics Fellows

September 15, 2015

The Marshal's Office hosted the Fall 2015 Institute of Politics (IOP) Fellows for a welcome at Wadsworth House. This fall's fellows include Brent Colburn, former Assistant to the Secretary of the Defense and Chief of Staff, US Department of Housing and Urban Development; Candy Crowley, former CNN anchor and Chief Political Correspondent; Douglas Heye, Deputy Chief of Staff for US House Majority Leader Eric Cantor; Lindiwe Mazibuko, former Member of Parliament in South Africa; and Scott Smith, former Mayor of Mesa, Arizona. The group was escorted to Wadsworth House by Eric Andersen, IOP Read more about Fall 2015 Institute of Politics Fellows

2015 Shorenstein Fellows

September 14, 2015

The Marshal's Office hosted the 2015 Shorenstein Fellows for a welcome to Harvard and short tour of the Yard with Marshal Jackie O'Neill. This year's fellows include Bob Schieffer, formerly of CBS News; David Ensor, former director of Voice of America; Paul Wood, BBC foreign correspondent; and Marie Sanz, bureau chief of the French news agency in Latin America. The Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellowship brings high-profile figures at the forefront of media, politics, and public policy to Harvard’s Kennedy School to work with students, faculty, scholars and the public on Read more about 2015 Shorenstein Fellows