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Lorraine and Tom Pangle, Co-Directors BAT 2.116, C4100, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-6648

Current Fellows

Award Information

Award letters will be sent to each Junior Fellow early in the semester after they have been appointed, with details on what you need to do to receive your award.

1st-Time fellows: Please submit your signed award letter to BAT 2.116F to receive the first half of your scholarship. You will receive an email notification that the Office of Accounting in MAI 132 has your award check, or it will be deposited directly into your bank account if you have direct deposit set up with UT. By May 2, the last class day, you will need to submit receipts totaling the full $300 to receive the second half of your scholarship.

Returning fellows: Please submit your signed award letter to BAT 2.116fF to receive your scholarship. There is no need to submit receipts. You will receive an email notification that the Office of Accounting in MAI 132 has your award check, or it will be deposited directly into your bank account if you have direct deposit set up with UT.

Spring Activities

Please email JennaBacorn@austin.utexas.edu to sign up for all lunches with professors at the ATT Center. Spots will be filled on a first come, first served basis. You may sign up for two lunches in advance and, if space permits, you may be added to a third lunch the week of the event.

Thursday, February 13, 12:30 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Maurizio Viroli

Friday, Feb. 14, 12:15 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Elon Lang

Friday, February 21, 12 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Lorraine Pangle

Thursday, February 27, 12 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Paul Sullivan

Tuesday, March 4, 7 pm, Texas Union Theater: Shakespeare’s Henry IV, with discussion to follow led by Mr. Dempsey

Wednesday, March 5, 12 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Mr. Dempsey and visiting speaker Robert Bartlett, Professor of Political Science, Boston College

Tuesday, March 18, 12 pm, BAT 5.108, “Darwin vs. Democracy,” lunch talk and discussion with Professor David Prindle. All the Junior Fellows are welcome at this lunch. Please RSVP to Jenna Bacorn at least 2 days in advance if you would like to come.

Friday, March 28, 12 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Stephen Marshall

Tuesday, April 1, 12:30 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Robert Jensen

Wednesday, April 9, 12:30 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Jeffrey Abramson

Friday, April 18, 12 pm, ATT Center: lunch with Professor Bethany Albertson

Friday, May 2, 12 pm, location TBA: “American Exceptionalism,” lunch talk and discussion with Professor Thomas Pangle. All the Junior Fellows are welcome at this lunch. Please RSVP to Jenna Bacorn at least 2 days in advance if you would like to come.

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