Past Klarman Fellows
Alejandro Martinez-Marquina, now an assistant professor at the University of Southern California Marshall School, worked with Ted O’Donoghue, the Zubrow Professor of Economics.
Chiara Galli, now an assistant professor of comparative human development at the University of Chicago, worked with Filiz Garip, a former professor of sociology.
Charles Petersen, a Ph.D. candidate in American studies at Harvard University, continued his investigation of meritocracy through American history in collaboration with his faculty host, Aaron Sachs, professor of history.
Michael Poll, a conductor and guitarist who holds a doctorate in music from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, was hosted by Elizabeth Ogonek, assistant professor of music.
Francesco Sgarlata, a Ph.D. candidate in theoretical particle physics at the International School of Advanced Studies in Trieste, Italy, was hosted by Csaba Csaki, professor of physics.
Vijay Varma, now a Marie Curie Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, was hosted by Saul Teukolsky, the Hans A. Bethe Professor of Physics.
James Walsh, an incoming assistant professor of philosophy at NYU, was hosted by Alex Kocurek, assistant professor of philosophy.
Baobao Zhang, is an assistant professor of political science at Syracuse University. Her current research focuses on the governance of artificial intelligence, specifically how governments in developed countries could prepare citizens for the work of the future. Her faculty host is Sarah Kreps, professor of government.