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Fellowship Is the Thing! First National Churchill Library Fellows Named

The International Churchill Society and the George Washington University have announced the inaugural recipients of National Churchill Library and Center Research Graduate Fellowships. The grants provide $7,500 awards for short-term research projects focused on topics of relevance to Winston Churchill’s example of global leadership.

Grants will enable recipients to travel to special collections and archives around the globe in support of their research. The first recipients (pictured above left to right) are William Mayer, Ana Dove, Joe Oliver, and Frank Fazio. To learn more about each one, please CLICK HERE.

For the 2019–2020 academic year, fellowships were awarded only to graduate students. Starting with the 2020–2021 academic year, fellowships will be award to both graduates and undergraduates. Please click on either preceding category to learn more.

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