Dartmouth Public Voices

The Dartmouth Public Voices Fellowship, an initiative launched in partnership with The OpEd Project, is dedicated to increasing the impact of the nation's top scholars. 

The annual program is customized for up to 20 Dartmouth thought leaders who meet four times a year for interactive, daylong seminars designed to expand their thinking and amplify their expertise. Since its launch in 2012, fellows participating in the Dartmouth initiative have published more than 250 opinion pieces in print and digital media. Several fellows have parlayed their op-eds into appearances on radio and television. Fellows also collaborate across disciplines to foster ideas and opinions.

Dartmouth Public Voices fellows are matched with journalist mentors from major media outlets who work one-to-one with them throughout the fellowship period. Fellows can also join monthly calls with media insiders, including editors and producers at outlets such as National Public Radio, the New York Times, CNN, Take Part, the Huffington Post, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Fellows receive ongoing mentoring support following the conclusion of the program.

Applications for the 2019 Dartmouth Public Voices Fellowship are now being accepted. Fellows must commit to attend four seminars in Hanover (February 22 and 23, April 26, September 6, and November 1). To apply for 2019 or learn more, please contact Diana Lawrence in the Office of Communications at (603) 646-8222.

 

Public Voices Fellows by Year

2018 Fellows

2017 Fellows

2016 Fellows

2015 Fellows

2014 Fellows

2012-2013 Fellows

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