The Associate World Fellows program is a remarkable opportunity for Yale graduate or professional school students. They are important contributors to the cohort, joining all academic, intellectual, and social aspects of the World Fellows experience. They join these leaders from around the world, to learn, share, connect, and challenge global paradigms. As Yale students, they help World Fellows navigate the University’s extensive resources, while contributing U.S. perspectives to the international conversation.
The deadline for the 2020 Associate World Fellows program has passed and we are no longer accepting applications.
|ABOUT THE ASSOCIATE WORLD FELLOWS PROGAM|
|Eligibility: The Associate World Fellows Program is open to all currently enrolled Yale graduate and professional school students who have completed at least one year of study at Yale prior to the Fall 2020 semester. Incoming students starting at Yale in the fall and non-Yale students are ineligible.|
|Seminars: Associate World Fellows participate in the program’s weekly “Good Society” seminars, which are specifically designed to cover a wide array of pertinent topics and stimulate discussion on human nature, systems of government, equality and justice, and leadership.|
|Dinners: Associates also attend weekly dinners with the Fellows and distinguished guest speakers and are encouraged to participate in a number of other activities with the Fellows, such as trips to Washington, D.C. and events that feature Fellows on campus.|
|Credit: Associates may receive academic credit for their participation in the program. They are expected to make a serious time commitment and need to be at Yale for orientation programming and remain on campus throughout the fall semester.|
Associate World Fellows
National Municipal PFAS Coordinator and Regional One Water Leader - Brown and Caldwell
Associate Professor, Political Science & International Affairs - George Washington University
Senior Genocide Prevention Adviser - International Criminal Justice Leadership Project at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Assistant United States Attorney - United States Attorney's Office, Southern District of New York
Deputy Director for Leadership Programs; Executive Director, Johnson Center for the Study of American Diplomacy; Lecturer in Global Affairs - Yale University