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Fellowship: The Newsletter of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

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Spring 2013  
In this issue: Fellows in Science: Maria Luisa Crawford WF '60; Ayana Arce CEF '12; Kim J. Hopper CN '86; Elissa Epel WH '97; 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 cohort and more!


Fall/Winter 2012  
In this issue: New Jersey Pioneers Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship on East Coast; Secretary Clinton, Department of State Mark 20th Year of Pickering Fellowships; Jennifer Scanlon WS '87on Money and the Single Girl...in a Downturn; End of an Election Year: Perspectives from Gary Gutting WF '64 H, Imani Perry MN '94, Ezekiel Emanuel CN '86 and Joanna Brooks CN '98...and more!


Spring 2012  
Teaching Fellowships: Keeping On: Early Signs Show WW Teaching Fellows Sticking With the Classroom; Fellowship Announcements: WW-RBF Fellows; Alicia S. Ostriker Gift Supports Women's Studies Fellows; Fellow Profiles: Lois Rice WF '54: Shaping Change from the Ground Floor Up through The Think Tank Consortium on Diversity; John C. Mather WF '68 on space science and the next generation space telescope; Cathy Davidson WF '70 on the digital revolution; Fellows' Perspectives on Business: David Mulford WF '61; Frank Bolden MLK '69; Pamela McGuire WF '69; James Surowiecki MN '88; Book Award Winners: Stephen Greenblatt WF '64 H, The Swerve (Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award) and Maya Jasanoff MN '97, Liberty's Exiles (National Book Critics Circle Award)  More...

 

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