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Alumni from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation’s range of programs—the original Woodrow Wilson Fellowship program as well as the Mellon Fellowship, Pickering Fellowship, Newcombe Fellowship, Women’s Studies Fellowship, and many others—have become leaders in the academy, the private sector, the nonprofit world, and public service. These Fellows have won Nobels and Pulitzers, held roles as University Presidents and government officials, and received national and presidential medals and “genius” grants. The careers of the distinguished Fellows here demonstrate that WW has developed, and continues to develop, new generations of intellectual leaders.

Fellows of Note

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George A. Akerlof

WF ’62

As a junior faculty member, George Akerlof realized that traditional economics alone could not explain all economic transactions. His insightful early work led to his 2001 Nobel Prize. Creativity and interdisciplinary breadth have been his signature ever since.

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