Fellowship of Woodrow Wilson Scholars. Princeton University.

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The Fellowship of Woodrow Wilson Scholars was initiated in 1994, bringing together graduate students and faculty in the fields of greatest concern to President Wilson (mostly the social sciences and history). Today, the graduate student and faculty fellows meet twice a month for presentations given by faculty fellows and dissertation discussions led by graduate student fellows to examine multi- and interdisciplinary perspectives in relation to important issues of international and domestic public policy. The fellowship provides support at a level comparable to a Princeton University teaching or research assistantship and also covers tuition expenses. The fellowship also includes a grant to support some research expenses and a meal allowance for the lunch meetings.