There is no fee for participating in Eisenhower Institute programs.
Inside Civil Rights is a semester-long experience in which students examine contemporary civil rights issues through the lens of the past, and specifically from the context of Gettysburg and Little Rock. A collaboration of the Eisenhower Institute, the Garthwait Leadership Center, the Center for Public Service, and the Office of Multicultural Engagement, Inside Civil Rights consists of a series of lunch sessions, a day trip to Washington, D.C., and an immersion trip to Little Rock, Arkansas.
The Women and Leadership program explores intersections among gender and leadership in government, business, media, law, politics, science, and athletics. During the spring semester, you will engage in small group, interactive sessions with practitioners who discuss their career paths and how gender impacts decision-making and leadership in their professional environments. You will also have the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C., to meet with women in positions of leadership in public and private sectors.
Applications for our 2020-2021 Fellows programs will open in Spring 2020.