Policy Work, Reports, Newsletters, and Other Publications
The spring issue of Fellowship, the newsletter of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, is now available for digital download. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no hard-copy edition this spring. This issue includes a look at the 75-year history of the Foundation, WW’s role in the field of women’s studies, new programs and Fellows, book spotlights, and more.
This issue celebrates some major awards and honors won by Fellows, including a Nobel Prize, three MacArthur Fellowships, and two Milken Educator Awards. It also profiles WW’s new president, Rajiv Vinnakota, and considers the legacy of teaching and the future of education through the work of Fellows.
From a Civic Education to a Civic Learning Ecosystem: A Landscape Analysis and the Case for Collaboration
Research by WW President Rajiv Vinnakota sought to better understand how the work of funders, policymakers, educators, researchers, and nonprofit organizations comes together and interacts to produce the current system of civic education.
This issue includes news of WW’s new president Rajiv Vinnakota; a tribute to Arthur Levine, who steps down in June after a terrific 13-year tenure leading the Foundation; and news and updates from Fellows, both new and legacy.
This report looks to the future of American history education. The report grows out of national and state polls that the Foundation conducted in late 2018 on Americans’ knowledge of the history of their country.
The 2018 WW Foundation annual report, featuring a donor list reflecting gifts received between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018.
The fall/winter 2018 issue of Fellowship, the newsletter of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
The spring 2018 issue of Fellowship, the newsletter of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation