The Evans Chair is an important link between the academic program and the Eisenhower Institute (EI), and one of the most important roles of the Evans chair is directing the EI Undergraduate Fellows (EIUF) program. This program provides a small group of Gettysburg College seniors the chance to develop their leadership skills and to immerse themselves in the world of public policy. Today’s talk is designed to get faculty members from across the divisions to consider applying for the Evans Chair and to ask all members of the College community to encourage all students, particularly those who have felt excluded, to get involved in EI programming at all levels.
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Cushing-Daniels, Brendan, "The Harold G. Evans Chair of Eisenhower Leadership Studies and the Eisenhower Institute Undergraduate Fellowship" (2019). Friday Forum. 6.