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Become a Frontier Fellow [VIDEO]

WID’s Frontier Fellows program taps into student creativity and selects UW–Madison undergraduate students to join the Institute’s intellectual community.

WID’s Frontier Fellows program taps into student creativity and selects UW–Madison undergraduate students to join the Institute’s intellectual community. Fellows work collaboratively on novel research, education or outreach projects.
Fellows will be paired with a WID mentor, will have access to the upper floors of the Discovery Building and will receive invitations to diverse WID events. Frontier Fellows will also receive a $250 fellowship and be able to compete for an internal grant to support their proposed project.

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