AMERICAN ACADEMY ELECTS TWO FROM SUN MICROSYSTEMS LABORATORIES

5/8/2002 - The American Academy of Arts and Sciences today announced its newly elected Fellows and Foreign Honorary Members. The 2002 class of 177 Fellows and 30 Foreign Honorary Members include a United States Senator and Representative, four college presidents, three Nobel Prize winners, six Pulitzer Prize winners, three MacArthur Fellows and six Guggenheim fellows. Senator Edward M. Kennedy, former Senator Warren Rudman, violinist Itzhak Perlman, Academy Award winner Anjelica Huston, author and physician Oliver Sacks, National Medal Of Science For Research On Mental Illness recipient Nancy C. Andreasen, and Nobel Prize winning chemist George Olah are among this year's new Fellows.

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