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Video: Hands-on Math Activity

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In an attempt to make a math lesson stick for his high schoolers, WW Georgia Teaching Fellow Marcus Stevens came up with a hands-on way for students to experience graphing. With a life-sized graph on the ceiling of the classroom, string stretched to represent asymptotes, students did the calculations and then walked the graphs. As […]

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2016 Book Recognition for Fellows

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In the final part of the 2015 list of Woodrow Wilson Fellows’ accomplishments, we feature Fellows whose books have received significant notice. Renata Adler WF ’59 made the Art of the Essay shortlist for the PEN Literary awards with her new work After the Tall Timber: Collected Nonfiction Benjamin Paloff MN ’01 made the PEN […]

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2016 Major Awards for Fellows

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2016 was a big year for two Fellows who garnered national and international honors. Here, in Part II, we look at Fellows who have received major awards and prizes. Medals and Major Awards Kip Thorne WF ’62 won numerous awards and prizes for the direct detection of gravitational waves with his colleagues Ronald Drever and […]

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Apply for WW Academy Design Fellowship

The Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning is creating a new graduate school of education and redefining the way teachers are prepared. Do you want to play a pivotal role in launching the school? Do you dream of being a teacher? Apply to be a part of the inaugural class. The WW Academy needs […]

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2016 Awards and Honors for Fellows

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Professional and Academic Appointments and Honors Since 1945, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation has been identifying and developing leaders through its various Fellowship programs. Every year the Foundation’s extraordinary Fellows—which now number upwards of 22,000—make exciting career advances, win awards, and publish influential works on a wide range of topics. Over the next few weeks, WW […]

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Meet the Fellows: 2016 Newcombe Fellow Francey Russell

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This is one of a series of posts featuring Fellows from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation network. The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation is the nation’s largest and most prestigious award for Ph. D. candidates in the humanities and social sciences addressing questions of ethical and religious values. The 2016 class of Fellows includes Francey Russell, […]

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Success of WW Teaching Fellowship in Michigan in EdScoop

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship was the recent subject of an EdScoop article covering the success of the program. Highlighting data from the recent WW white paper, the article looks at the specific impact the program has had on the state: Recent findings in Michigan show that the teachers are highly […]

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WW President Levine in NY Daily News on Donald Trump vs. William Jennings Bryan

Woodrow Wilson President Arthur Levine takes a look back at history for an understanding of the recent presidential election. In a recent New York Daily News opinion piece, Dr. Levine draws parallels between William Jennings Bryan’s 1896 run for office and that in 2016 of President-elect Donald J. Trump.  Each election saw a candidate run […]

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Meet the Fellows: 2016 Newcombe Fellow Caroline Garriott

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This is one of a series of posts featuring Fellows from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation network. The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation is the nation’s largest and most prestigious award for Ph. D. candidates in the humanities and social sciences addressing questions of ethical and religious values. The 2016 class of Fellows includes Caroline Garriott, […]

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