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Summer 2017 Alumna Takes Her Leadership Practice Back to Campus

Hannah Winters (LTAP 17) always thought she would be a teacher – until her summer in the Leadership and the American Presidency (LTAP) program, the TFAS summer program offered in conjunction with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute (RRPFI).…

Cupid Visits TFAS Again and Again

With nearly 90 couples meeting and marrying because of their connection to TFAS, Cupid has become a frequent visitor to TFAS programs! What makes people likely to start their love story through TFAS? We caught up with five TFAS couples to ask about meeting…

Young Leaders Begin Semester in D.C. with Advice from Successful Alumnus

Hailing from 10 states and three countries, 16 TFAS students arrived on Capitol Hill this January, ready to “LIVE. LEARN. INTERN.” in the nation’s capital. TFAS Alumnus Jeremy Harrell (ICPES 07) helped welcome the future leaders during the Capital…

Seattle Alumnus Coaches Students on Starting Line of TFAS Journey

When John Dogero (CSS 06, IIPES 06) was accepted for a TFAS semester in Washington, D.C., he gained more than he could have ever expected. He eventually experienced two transformative TFAS programs and gained a group of treasured friends, a large professional…

TFAS Alumni Explore Policy Issues During “Liberty and Equality” Weekend Seminar

For TFAS alumni, “the learning never stops.” Jameson O’Connor (IEIA 17) was proud to proclaim this while participating in the first TFAS Curriculum of Liberty Seminar of 2018. O’Connor was one of 12 undergraduate TFAS alumni selected to…

Dr. William Ruger Leads TFAS Public Policy Fellows in Foreign Policy Seminar

What motivates and constrains nations? On Jan. 9, TFAS Public Policy Fellows delved into this important question during a seminar on foreign policy with TFAS friend and lecturer Dr. William Ruger. Dr. Ruger is the vice president for research and policy at the…

TFAS Announces Joseph Rago Memorial Fellowship for Excellence in Journalism

The Fund for American Studies is proud to announce the creation of the Joseph Rago Memorial Fellowship for Excellence in Journalism. The fellowship is named in honor of Joseph Rago, a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial writer for The Wall Street Journal who died…

More Than 700 Alumni Celebrate 50 Years of TFAS Around The Globe

From Bratislava to Budapest, New Orleans to Nashville, and Latvia to Los Angeles, over 700 TFAS alumni gathered for more than 30 “Celebrating 50 Years of TFAS” birthday party events in all corners of the world during our 50th Anniversary year. View the…

TFAS Mourns the Loss of General Edward L. Rowny, Patriot and Friend to TFAS

The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) mourns the passing, at age 100, of Lieutenant General Edward L. Rowny, a true American hero and great patriot. Gen. Rowny, a native of Baltimore, was of Polish ethnic heritage. He joined with TFAS to launch the Paderewski…

Newest TFAS Alumni Express Gratitude and Excitement for Future at Closing Ceremony

Following 15 fast-paced weeks in the nation’s capital, 21 young leaders joined the nearly 17,000-strong TFAS Alumni Network with a Closing Ceremony on Dec. 7. During the transformational semester, the students took upper-level courses in economics,…