Simons Center Fellows FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Simons Center Fellows Program?
The Simons Center Fellows program is a community of practice designed to advance interagency cooperation and ethical leadership in U.S. Governmental agencies at the federal, state and local levels.
Who can become a Simons Center Fellow?
Becoming a Simons Center Fellow is open to any student, researcher, or practitioner who wishes to contribute to the understanding and operation of the interagency process and ethical leadership.
What are the benefits of becoming a Simons Center Fellow?
Fellows are members of a community of individuals who share a common interest in interagency affairs and ethical leadership and in participating in the free exchange of ideas. Fellows have exclusive access to the scholarly research of the Simons Center’s archives containing thousands of articles in its peer-reviewed Interagency Journal, special reports, and essays, as well as the proceedings of its many conferences and symposia.
How does one become a Simons Center Fellow?
Fellows program subscriptions are available on annual or lifetime basis. Please visit our registration page for full details and pricing information.
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