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Harris Selected as Fellow

February 20, 2013

Assistant Dean Richard Harris will be inducted in April as a Fellow of the Massachusetts Academy of Sciences for his extraordinary scientific accomplishments and service to the science community and the public.

Each year, the Massachusetts Academy of Sciences honors distinguished individuals through its Fellows Program. The awardees constitute a select and prestigious community of scientists and science educators who are recognized for extraordinary scientific accomplishments and service to the science community and the public. Academy peers initiate the nomination process annualy and identify candidates for fellowship based upon their significant professional achievement in scientific research or science education. MAS Fellows then elect up to 25 fellows each year, who are appointed for life.