An interconnected education.
The Paideia Fellowship Program is tailored to help students connect their general education and major requirements to public engagement and community building.
Support students as they integrate their public roles as citizens into their academic, personal, and professional lives in healthy, sustainable, and fulfilling ways.
Provide and highlight curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students to acquire the tools to effectively contribute to their local, national, and global communities.
Cultivate the practice of robust and respectful civil dialogue with others across a wide range of political, social, and cultural differences.
From Our Executive Director
Paideia can help all of us navigate these times of polarization and disagreement, reflect on how to best engage with others, and build skills for interacting with people who are different than ourselves.
Structure of the Program
Participate in a sophomore year and junior year seminar designed to build skills and community among the Fellows.
Take three Paideia designated courses focusing on relevant aspects of dialogue across difference, public service, and personal and social wellness
Complete a senior capstone project that integrates a Fellow’s major with civic dialogue, service, and/or wellness.
Meet with an advisor.
Students may apply or be nominated for an SNF Paideia Fellowship in the spring semester of their first year. Students who have questions may meet with a SNF Paideia staff member to discuss the program.