The 28twelve Foundation seeks to provide vision for the future of the Harvey Fellows program, ensure the continued support and provision of the Harvey Fellowship and encourage fellows through fostering community
The 28twelve Foundation is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
The Harvey Fellowship provides financial support to Christian students pursuing graduate studies at premier institutions with a vision to impact society through their vocations. For over 28 years, the Harvey Fellows program has sought to mark, equip and encourage individuals to actively integrate their faith and vocation as leaders in strategic occupations. The Harvey Fellowship is a $16,000 stipend awarded through a competitive process. The stipend may be renewed for up to an additional two years.
If you would like to learn more about the Harvey Fellowship, including information on eligibility and the application process, please visit the Mustard Seed Foundation here.
Introducing the 2020 Harvey Fellows
In February of 2021, the Harvey Fellows Selection Committee, comprised of the Harvey Fellows Advisory Board and members of the Mustard Seed Foundation Board and staff, selected 9 new Harvey Fellows. The new Fellows are a talented group of passionate Christians who are pursuing degrees at premier institutions in strategic fields:
Promise Adebayo-Ige, PhD – Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Wai Cheng, MA, MBA – Business & International Studies, University of Pennsylvania
Helena Kerr, MA – Sustainable Fashion, Akademie Mode & Design
Abby Lemert, JD – Law, Yale University
Nathan Marshall, PhD – Oceanography & Climate Change, UC San Diego
Brenda Onguti, DPH – Public Health, Harvard University
Nicholas Pang, PhD – Sociology, Columbia University
Emily Wenger, PhD – Computer Science, University of Chicago
Abby Yang, MPP – Entrepreneurship, Harvard University
The Harvey Fellows come from around the globe and work in diverse fields. Currently there are over 400 Harvey Fellows worldwide, representing twenty-four countries and over forty academic and vocational fields.