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March in Brief

What happened in the TFAS network during the month of March? In case you missed it (ICYMI), read on to learn about the largest scholarship bequest in TFAS’s history, who will be the 2019 Kenneth Y. Tomlinson Award winner, the latest from TFAS International…

Now Accepting Applications for TFAS Public Policy Fellowship

The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) is seeking young Washingtonians working in public policy to join the 12th annual TFAS Public Policy Fellowship cohort. The Fellowship combines networking with policy leaders and dynamic scholarly debate for a prestigious…

DeJoy-Wos Scholarships Allow Outstanding North Carolina and Estonian Students to Attend TFAS Programs

The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) is pleased to announce TFAS Trustee and North Carolina business leader Louis DeJoy and his wife Dr. Aldona Wos have provided $100,000 in scholarship funding to enable students in North Carolina and Estonia to attend TFAS…

$3 Million Bequest Provides Single Largest Scholarship Gift in TFAS History

Fred and Georganna Long, longtime TFAS donors from Gibson Island, Maryland, left The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) nearly $3 million in their trust to be used for scholarships. Their bequest is the single largest gift designated for student scholarships…

Applications Now Open for 2019-20 Robert Novak Journalism Fellowships

The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program. This prestigious fellowship awards up to $75,000 for journalists to undertake enterprising and ground-breaking writing projects that…

Seeking TFAS Alumni Volunteers: Impact the Lives of Young Leaders

TFAS D.C. Summer Programs are just around the corner and that means more than 300 young leaders will soon descend on Washington, D.C., ready to soak up all of the lessons, opportunities and experiences afforded to them. Who better to distill advice and knowledge…

February in Brief

TFAS students, alumni and supporters were busy in the month of February affecting change in civic education, contributing to the protests in Venezuela and commenting on public policy. Two Members of the TFAS Network Work to Reform Civic Education On Jan. 28,…

Applications Open for Second Annual Joseph Rago Memorial Fellowship

Aspiring journalists have the unique opportunity to work in a fully-funded internship at The Wall Street Journal’s editorial team thanks to a special partnership between The Fund for American Studies (TFAS), The Journal and the family of the late journalist,…

Go on an International Trip and See the World with TFAS

For the past 15 years, TFAS leadership, supporters and friends have set out on voyages to explore different parts of the world from the Czech Republic to Greece to Chile and France. Traveling with TFAS means luxury accommodations, a built-in community of travelers…

TFAS Cultivates Freedom Among Young Leaders in Latin America

As Venezuelans began gathering in the streets of Caracas to demand liberty, 45 TFAS students from more than 20 countries came together in Latin America to study the foundations of a free society and the power of ideas. The 11th annual TFAS Institute on Leadership…