Andrew Carnegie Fellows: The Jury

“What distinguishes this initiative is, above all, its extraordinary jury," said Corporation President Vartan Gregorian.  "The selection committee includes the heads of some of the nation’s preeminent institutions dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, including six current and former university presidents. In addition, each proposal was reviewed and rated by at least one of the 25 prominent scholars, educators, and intellectuals who served as anonymous evaluators.”

Chair

Susan Hockfield is Chair of the Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program Jury
Susan Hockfield is chair of the Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program. Hockfield served from 2004 to 2012 as the sixteenth president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the first life scientist and first woman in that role. She is now President Emerita, Professor of Neuroscience, and a member of the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. As president, Hockfield strengthened the foundations of MIT’s finances and campus planning while advancing institute-wide programs in sustainable energy and the convergence of the life, physical, and engineering sciences. She helped shape national policy for energy and next-generation manufacturing, appointed by President Obama in 2011 to cochair the steering committee of the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership. Hockfield recently served on a Congressional Commission evaluating the Department of Energy laboratories. She currently serves as president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.  

The Late Ralph Cicerone The Late Ralph Cicerone President, National Academy of Sciences
 
The Late Ralph Cicerone The Late Ralph Cicerone President, National Academy of Sciences
Jared L. Cohon Jared L. Cohon President Emeritus and University Professor of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
 
Jared L. Cohon Jared L. Cohon President Emeritus and University Professor of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
Mary Sue Coleman Mary Sue Coleman President, Association of American Universities and President Emerita, University Of Michigan
 
Mary Sue Coleman Mary Sue Coleman President, Association of American Universities and President Emerita, University Of Michigan
John J. DeGioia John J. DeGioia President, Georgetown University
 
John J. DeGioia John J. DeGioia President, Georgetown University
Robbert Dijkgraaf Robbert Dijkgraaf Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study
 
Robbert Dijkgraaf Robbert Dijkgraaf Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study
Jonathan F. Fanton Jonathan F. Fanton President, American Academy of Arts & Sciences
 
Jonathan F. Fanton Jonathan F. Fanton President, American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Amy Gutmann Amy Gutmann President, University of Pennsylvania
 
Amy Gutmann Amy Gutmann President, University of Pennsylvania
Rush Holt Rush Holt CEO, American Association for the Advancement of Science
 
Rush Holt Rush Holt CEO, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Alberto Ibargüen Alberto Ibargüen President and CEO, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
 
Alberto Ibargüen Alberto Ibargüen President and CEO, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Ira Katznelson Ira Katznelson President, Social Science Research Council
 
Ira Katznelson Ira Katznelson President, Social Science Research Council
Arthur Levine Arthur Levine President, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
 
Arthur Levine Arthur Levine President, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Earl Lewis Earl Lewis President, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
 
Earl Lewis Earl Lewis President, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Don Randel Don Randel Chair of the Board, American Academy of Arts & Sciences
 
Don Randel Don Randel Chair of the Board, American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Louise Richardson Louise Richardson Vice-Chancellor, University of Oxford
 
Louise Richardson Louise Richardson Vice-Chancellor, University of Oxford
Pauline Yu Pauline Yu President, American Council of Learned Societies
 
Pauline Yu Pauline Yu President, American Council of Learned Societies