Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will serve as a visiting fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics this fall.
Since he was fired from the campaign in June 2016, Lewandowski has worked as a CNN contributor and political consultant. He was let go from the campaign after a number of incidents, including his arrest for allegedly assaulting a journalist. He left CNN in November, following the presidential election.
"This diverse group ... will stimulate discussion in the Institute of Politics' tradition of encouraging civil discourse and respectful exchange of ideas," said Bill Delahunt, acting director of the institute.
Other visiting fellows this semester include former NAACP president Cornell William Brooks, former Kentucky Gov. Steven Beshear, journalists Mary Katherine Ham and Guy Benson, and former Vice President Joe Biden's media consultant Joe Slade White.
Visiting fellows lead study groups and discussions with students, usually staying about one week. According to the institute's website, they "are provided a modest stipend."