For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow – Jon Huntsman Named Visiting Fellow by Harvard University

We’re back with all the Jon Huntsman Jr. news that you need to know!  Jon Huntsman news, Jon was announced as a visiting fellow by The Harvard Institute of Politics.

The Institute of Politics announced on Thursday a spring roster of residential and visiting fellows that includes prominent politicians, journalists, and political advisors.

Former governor and presidential candidate Jon Huntsman, Jr., former U.S. Senator Timothy E. Wirth ’61, and CNN’s chief national correspondent John King will all spend several weeks on campus this semester as visiting fellows.

In this role they are expected to interact with student groups, host discussions, and attend public policy classes on campus.

“[The IOP] has always been the marquee political laboratory and discussion center,” King said. In his talks, King plans to highlight the changing American demographic.

The resident fellows will live on campus for the semester and lead weekly study groups during the spring term for undergraduates and members of the Harvard community.

This is great news and will most certainly add to Jon’s already impressive resume of achievements.  As a Bostonian I look forward to attending any public discussions that he might host.  Congratulations, and welcome to Boston, Governor Huntsman!

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