The James Madison Fellowship program is for graduate students and/or prospective graduate students who want to study "the origins and development of the Constitution, the evolution of political theory and constitutional law, the effects of the Constitution on society and culture in the United States, or other subjects directly related to the Constitution." Learn more.
American Graduate Fellowships (support doctoral study in the humanities at select research institutions). Annually awards two fellowships worth up to $50,000 each and renewable for a second year. Applicants must be graduating seniors.
Twisted Knitting: Subversive / DomesticThursday, March 31, 20167:00 pm - 8:00 pm The CWU College ofFormer Professor Of History, Dr. Thomas Wellock, Is Featured In A Series Of YouTube Videos For The NRC.
Our wonderful Dr. Wellock narrates and appears in a series of YouTube videos for the United States NHistory Student - Ian Dunham-Wheeler - Moves To Moab, Utah
Ian Dunham-Wheeler, a senior and History major, has recently relocated to Moab, Utah where he plans