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Claude Harrison Jr. & Anne Nelson Harrison Fellowships

The Salvatori Center studies topics in constitutional law, American political thought and development, political philosophy, and liberal democracy, as well as public policy as it relates to constitutional and philosophical questions. Harrison Fellowships provide funding for students to work on their own research under the supervision of a CMC faculty member. Harrison Fellows are expected to devote an average of 40 hours per semester over the course of the academic year to their research. The Harrison Fellowship is awarded to four students, and is worth up to $2,500.

Current Harrison Fellows

Chenyu Li

Julie Tran

Kimberly Tuttle

Paloma Palmer

Romi Ferder

Sophia Helland

Zack Wong

Previous Harrison Fellows

2017-2018 Fellows

Kyleigh Mann
CMC ’18
“Factors that contribute to American colleges disinviting speakers from coming to their campus.”

Elijah Etzioni
CMC ’18
“The way we study, think about, and (especially) teach and practice entrepreneurship and innovation in a free democratic society.”

Kimberly Tuttle
CMC ’19
“The rise of nationalism throughout Europe and its potential impact on the future development on human rights.”

Mohamad Batal
CMC ’18
“The Shifting Landscape of Israeli Constitutionalism.”

Andrew Ciacci
CMC ’20
“Constitutional Law: National Powers, which is ‘Which branch, if any, has the right to be the final arbiter of the U.S. Constitution?”

2016-2017 Fellows

Andrew Sheets
CMC ’17
“Francis Fukuyama’s Hegelian defense of liberal democracy.”

Margaux Arnston
CMC ‘18
“Criminal Justice Reform: A Comparative Analysis of German and American Systems.”

Mohamad Batal
CMC ‘18
“Trump, Populism, and Our Liberal Constitutional Order.”