UC seeks applicants for its Free Speech Fellowship Program
Interested in helping to shape the national dialogue about free speech on college campuses? Passionate about the First Amendment and civil discourse?
The National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement, launched by President Napolitano in October, seeks legal scholars, journalists, policymakers, social scientists and others for its one-year fellowship program.
UC seeks applicants who are established in their respective fields and who are committed to advancing knowledge and discourse on the First Amendment and civic engagement, and who will use the fellowship opportunity for pioneering work in the free speech arena.
Up to eight fellows will be selected for these one-year, part-time positions, which come with a $20,000 stipend to support original research or other projects that further freedom of expression.
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