Mark Kisin Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
We are thrilled to announce that Perkins Professor of Mathematics and Director of Graduate Studies Mark Kisin is among sixteen Harvard faculty elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The Academy, founded in 1781, is an honorary society that recognizes and celebrates the excellence of its members, as well as an independent research center convening leaders from across disciplines, professions, and perspectives to address significant challenges. Members join with other experts in cross-disciplinary efforts to produce reflective, independent, and pragmatic studies that inform public policy and advance the public good.
“We are celebrating a depth of achievements in a breadth of areas,” said Academy President David Oxtoby about the newly elected members. “These individuals excel in ways that excite us and inspire us at a time when recognizing excellence, commending expertise, and working toward the common good is absolutely essential to realizing a better future.”
To read the full list of Harvard faculty elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, click here.