The Salvatori Center, the oldest of the college’s research institutes, studies topics in constitutional law, criminal justice, ethics, statesmanship, the American founding, American political thought, and political philosophy. As a Harrison Fellow, you would be expected to devote an average of 40 hours per semester over the course of the academic year to perform scholarly research, under the supervision of a CMC faculty member. The Harrison Fellowship Research Award is awarded to up to 4 students, and is worth up to $2,500. The award is payable in four installments over the course of the academic year 2015-2016.
Please submit the following if you wish to apply:
- A completed application form
- An up-to-date résumé
- CMC transcript (working copy permissible)
- A writing sample of 5 to 10 pages
For more information, please contact Administrative Assistant Elvia Huerta or Director Mark Blitz.