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Gordon Brown to serve as Harvard fellow this fall

By the CNN Wire Staff
Ex-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will be a visiting fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics this fall.
Ex-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will be a visiting fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics this fall.
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  • The former British prime minister will serve as a visiting fellow at Harvard
  • Brown will deliver the Malcolm Wiener Lecture on September 23
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(CNN) -- Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will serve as a visiting fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics this fall, the institute announced Tuesday.

Brown, who is still a member of the British Parliament, will begin his weeklong fellowship the week of September 20. During his visit, Brown will deliver the Malcolm Wiener Lecture in International Political Economy in the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on September 23.

"We are confident our students, faculty and university community will enjoy engaging with Gordon Brown, a prominent international leader with experience at the highest levels of government and public service," said Institute of Politics Interim Director John C. Culver in a statement on the university's website.

"Visiting fellows traditionally meet with student groups, lead discussion groups on topical issues and their experiences in public and political service, and participate in public policy classes with students and Harvard University faculty," the statement said.

 
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