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Bev Perdue is heading to Harvard

Former Gov. Bev Perdue is heading to Harvard University this spring, where she will be a resident fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Perdue, who left office earlier this month, will spend a semester interacting with students, participating in the intellectual life of the Harvard community and leading weekly study groups on a variety of issues.

Besides Perdue, who holds a doctorate, the other resident fellows at Harvard this spring will be Charlie Cook, a political analyst; Karen Hughes, former under secretary of State for President George W. Bush; Steve Kerrigan, chief executive officer of the Democratic Convention held in Charlotte; John Murray, former deputy chief of staff to House Majority leader Eric Cantor, and Keith Richburg, China correspondent for The Washington Post.


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