Project Pericles, in collaboration with Up to Us, is excited to share that a diverse cohort of 26 faculty have received a 2020-2021 Up to Us Voting Modules Fellowship Award. This fellowship supports faculty with a $500 award as they empower students to 1) explore solutions to pressing issues (affordable healthcare, climate change, racial equity, student debt) to help ensure their futures are economically and socially secure and 2) gain skills to become life-long fiscal thinkers and civic leaders.
This cohort includes six Up to Us Voting Modules Senior Fellows (“Senior Fellows”) serving as discussion leaders and peer mentors. The six Senior Fellows are: Joseph Cutrone (Goucher College), Sean Diament (Swarthmore College), Heather Evans (University of Virginia at Wise), Bernadette Ludwig (Wagner College), Sandy Marshall (Elon University), and Doron Taussig (Ursinus College).
Up to Us Voting Modules fellows diverse cohort from the Periclean consortium and other partner campuses across the nation. Faculty represent a diverse range of disciplines including: Africana Studies, Data Analytics, Education, Environmental Studies, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Journalism, Law, Media Ethics, Peace and Conflict Studies, Quantitative Reasoning, Political Science, Service-Learning, Sociology, Sustainability, Theatre, and Urban Ecology.
Project Pericles appreciates the support of The Eugene M. Lang Foundation, The Students Learn Students Vote Coalition, and Net Impact/Up to Us for supporting this program and the Voting Modules.