A cornerstone of the National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement is its Fellowship Program.
Each year, the Center selects up to 10 fellows from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds—leading figures from the worlds of law, journalism, higher education, social science, big data, technology, politics and government. Fellows receive a stipend to further the national conversation related to expression and civic engagement on college campuses including how to advance campus dialogue and further viewpoint diversity and inclusivity.
Their projects include developing educational materials and programs that can serve as a roadmap for safeguarding and encouraging the free exchange of ideas. Each fellow will spend a week at one of the 10 UC campuses to dialogue with students, faculty, administrators and others, gleaning crucial insights to inform their ongoing work.
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