Scholars representing a broad range of countries and cultures are among the recipients of 2012-2013 Donald D. Harrington Fellowships at The University of Texas at Austin. The six faculty and six graduate fellows from Canada, Germany, India, Spain, Taiwan and the United States are on campus for a period of intense study in their chosen… » Continue Reading
The Donald D. Harrington Fellows Program of The University of Texas at Austin will sponsor its annual luncheon and research symposium at noon on April 3 at the Amarillo Country Club. The event will feature top scholars discussing such areas of research as the intersections among Jewish, Greek, Roman and Christian traditions and why employees… » Continue Reading
A biomedical engineer hoping to grow human organs, a psychologist examining why employees sometimes act in ways that destroy economic value, a mathematician exploring the limits of modern signal acquisition techniques, and a historian studying the intersections among Jewish, Greek, Roman and Christian traditions are spending much of this year at The University of Texas at Austin as Donald D. Harrington Fellows.