The ISI Honors Program is a highly selective year-long mentoring fellowship for fifty of the nation’s most promising undergraduates. Honors Fellows are assigned an Academic Mentor who guides them through reading projects, and advises on intellectual questions and career options. Fellows explore the West’s intellectual tradition at a week-long, all-expenses-paid summer conference, at weekend colloquia, and through an online listserve.
Fellows receive an array of ISI publications, including American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia and Modern Age, and are notified of employment, fellowship, and internship opportunities.
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