THE DEMOCRACY FELLOWS PROGRAM PROVIDES STUDENT LEADERSHIP TRAINING to assist the work of the WDPD initiative and improve student engagement. The fellows are sophomore, junior, and senior students selected for a competitive fellowship that engages students in public problem solving through productive civic discourse. The Democracy Fellows function as consultants on designing and facilitating productive public conversations. Students present their research at Wabash College and have the opportunity to apply to present their research at regional and national conferences. In addition to collaborating with the faculty in WDPD during the academic year, Democracy Fellows have opportunities in summer months to collaborate with faculty on research projects, or intern with community and business organizations.
Interested students should contact Chris Anderson.