About the Foundation
Since 1945, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation has supported outstanding individuals and institutions to help reshape American education. The Woodrow Wilson Fellows include 13 Nobel Laureates, 35 MacArthur Fellows, 11 Pulitzer Prize winners, two Fields Medalists—and thousands of everyday heroes, in and beyond the classroom. More...
Highlights - education policy fellowships
APPLY NOW: The WW Teaching Fellowship
Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 . The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows are recent graduates and accomplished career changers in the STEM fields who want to teach math and science in high-need urban and rural schools in , , , and .
WW Honors Leaders In Education
On Wednesday June 12, 2013, at its biennial awards dinner, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation presented the Frank E. Taplin, Jr. Public Intellectual Award to Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University. Former Governor of New Jersey Thomas H. Kean received the Woodrow Wilson Medal for Distinguished Service to Education. Learn more...
NOW AVAILABLE: Spring 2013 Newsletter
The spring issue of Fellowship includes a focus on Fellows in Science; commentary from education leaders and Woodrow Wilson Foundation awardees Thomas H. Kean and Jeffrey Sachs; a look at the work of two Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows from the inaugural 2009 cohort and more...