About the Constitutional Fellows Program

Program Highlights

Seminar: Fellows attend weekly seminars comprised of lecture, discussion and distinguished speakers focused on the founding principles of America, Constitutional liberty, civic virtue, self-government and free speech.

Moot Court/Debate Program: Fellows have the opportunity to participate in moot court and debate competition teams. D.C.

Internship Stipend: Fellows who complete an independent research project or participate in moot court/debate will be eligible to apply for a stipend their junior/senior year for an internship in Washington, D.C. focused on public policy, law, or Constitutional liberty.

Independent Research: Fellows will complete, by their senior year, an independent research project on an issue pertaining to Constitutional liberty, self-government or public policy.

Distinguished Speaker Series: Several times a year, the Center hosts distinguished scholars, public officials, writers and public intellectuals to speak at the College on issues of import to Constitutional liberty.

Conference: The Center will host an annual academic conference.

Podcasts: The Center conducts periodic video podcast discussions with scholars and speakers that are published on the College website and on the Center’s YouTube channel.

Fellowship: Fellows attend monthly social gatherings.

Recommended Course Track: Fellows are provided a list of recommended inter-disciplinary courses that supplement the mission of the Center.

Certificate of Completion: Upon successful completion of the program, Fellows are awarded, upon graduation from the College, a Constitutional Fellow Certificate of Completion.

Contact

Have questions about the Constitutional Fellows Program?

Arman Partamian

Arman J. Partamian
Director of the Center for Constitutional Liberty
apartamian@benedictine.edu
913.360.7278