Society of Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
The Fellowship of Woodrow Wilson Scholars is a small society of scholars that is designed to stimulate intellectual exchanges between Princeton graduate students and faculty in the social sciences, broadly defined. Its task is to create occasions for meeting people in other disciplines and sharing scholarly exchanges with them. It does this in two ways. First, it holds a monthly lunch meeting at which the graduate student members of the group discuss their research projects with one another. Second, there is a monthly dinner during which a faculty member talks about his or her current project with the assembled faculty and graduate students.
We anticipate several sorts of visitors will come to this site, and can suggest some paths for them to follow to extract the information they are seeking. Many will simply want to know about the society.
A faculty member asked to become a faculty scholar will find a section on Faculty Fellows under the Fellows Activities section. If this is early in their acquaintance with the society, they might want to begin with the fellowship section.
Faculty members nominating and writing a reference for a graduate student will find relevant material in the Graduate Fellows Nominating Steps and the For the Reference Writer, both of which can be found under the heading, Graduate Fellow Nominating Process.