CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Harvard’s Institute of Politics has announced the selection of its resident and visiting fellows for this spring, including former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, former North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue, and former Colorado Sen. Tim Wirth.
Resident fellows interact with students and lead weekly study groups. Visiting fellows meet with students, faculty and Harvard research center staff.
Resident fellows who will join the institute for the spring semester include: Charlie Cook, a political analyst who is editor and publisher of ‘‘The Cook Political Report"; Steve Kerrigan, chief executive officer of the presidential inaugural committee; and Perdue.
Visiting fellows will include CNN’s Chief National correspondent John King, Huntsman and Wirth.