Clements Center
Clements Center

Undergraduate Fellows Program

Scholarship and policy work at the collegiate level begins with undergraduates, and the Clements Undergraduate Fellows Program is committed to teaching, mentorship, professional development, and research with UT-Austin’s youngest aspiring statesmen and scholars.

A competitive application process will yield each academic year’s class of 20-25 Fellows. Fellows will convene monthly throughout the academic year to participate in discussion groups, be mentored by the Clements Center’s affiliated scholars, meet with distinguished guests and visiting speakers, and exchange ideas on their course projects. Each year will also include at least one field tour of a nearby historic site related to diplomatic and military history. Preference will be given to undergraduates whose coursework and/or extracurricular activities bear directly on American foreign policy, military and diplomatic history, and international security.

2020-21 Undergraduate Fellows:

Richard Anderson
Katherine Birch
Rebecca Bryant
Olivia Cardenas
Will Clough
Erica Colston
Ashish Dave
Adreab DeAnda-Brazzell
Peter Denham
Lauren Detter
Katherine Dunbar
Drew Eisenman
Soren Ettinger DeCou
Micharl Garcia
Tayseer Habib
Morgan Henley
Saamia Imtiaz
Jonah Isaac
Lily Jacaruso
Samuel Kapner
Ganeev Kaur
Avery Leake
Madison Lockett
Grace Mappes
Olivia Martinez
Ethan Masucol
Evan McMullin
Matt Myers
Liam Monahan
Austin Montgomery
Matt Newland
Caroline Nicholson
Patrick O'Connor
Archit Oswal
Jheel Patel
Emily Pomeroy
Tanya Raghu
Madelein Ratliff
JP Reppeto
Nicholas Romanow
Nikola Skerl
William Tran
Ross Trivisonno
Liam Verses
William Wallock 


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Apply now through April 30th:

 

 

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