Junior Fellows Program
the clough center for the study of constitutional democracy
The Junior Fellows Program, thanks to generous support from the Clough Center, provides a wide variety of opportunities for undergraduate scholarship pertaining to the study of constitutional democracy. The JFP hosts members-only events and discussions, providing a unique forum for intellectual discourse. Additionally, Junior Fellows have privileged access to private events sponsored by the Clough Center, enabling undergradute students to interact first hand with some of the most distinguished political science scholars in the country.
Membership in the Junior Fellows Program is by application only. Prospective members are encouraged to visit our application section to learn more. Additional information for applicants, members, or the public is avaiable by contacting our student coordinator, Chris Fitzpatrick '13
Clough Journal of Constitutional Democracy
Though not under the purview of the JFP, many Junior Fellows contribute to the Clough Journal. For more information and to see the latest issues, please visit the journal website.
The JFP mourns the loss of Junior Fellow Toochukwu "Tony" Nwokedi, a member of the class of 2013. Memorial information can be found here.