The Woodrow Wilson Fellowships responded to a shortage of college faculty at the conclusion of World War II by offering talented students the opportunity to
attend doctoral programs and begin college teaching careers. As college enrollments swelled in the latter half of the 20th century, the Woodrow Wilson program prepared generations of faculty, creating a well-known fellowship and becoming a hallmark of academic excellence.
Chad Ostrowski has been a WW fellow and is extremely proud of his connection with the foundation and its mission.
In the latest newsletter, the foundation spotlights Chad, and WW fellow Liz Gleixner, and their effectiveness using technology and The Grid Method in the classroom.