National & International Scholarships
James Madison Graduate Fellowships
The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation was established by Congress in 1986 for the purpose of improving teaching about the United States Constitution in secondary schools. Through a national competition, the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers James Madison Fellowships to a select group of individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution.
The Madison Fellowship provides $24,000 to pursue approved graduate degrees. The Foundation offers two types of fellowships: Junior Fellows, who are college seniors or graduates and must complete graduate study within two years, and Senior Fellows, who are current teachers and must complete graduate study within five years.
Mr. Cory Dodds
Coordinator, Nationally Competitive Opportunities
Mr. Dodds works with students applying for this scholarship. If you are interested in learning more or applying, you can set up a meeting with him online, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 270.745.5043.
Warren East teacher receives James Madison Fellowship
Apr 26th, 2018
WKU alumna Claire Bellar was selected as a 2018 James Madison Fellow. She will receive $24,000 to fund graduate education to become an outstanding...
Dahmer selected as WKU's first Truman Scholar
Apr 12th, 2018
Loandria “Andi” Dahmer, a WKU junior from Fisherville, has been selected as a 2018 Harry S. Truman Scholar. WKU had at least one finalist each...
2 WKU graduates recognized by James Madison Fellowship Foundation
May 10th, 2017
Kendrick Bryan, a WKU alumnus from Elizabethtown, was selected as a 2017 James Madison Fellow. Shelley Spalding, a WKU alumna and graduate student...