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Paul Wolff Mitchell, Michael Vazquez: Provost’s Graduate Academic Engagement Fellowships

Penn Almanac

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Paul Wolff Mitchell, an anthropology PhD student, and Michael Vazquez, a philosophy PhD student, both in the School of Arts & Sciences, have been awarded the inaugural Provost’s Graduate Academic Engagement Fellowships at the Netter Center for Community Partnerships for 2019-2021.

This two-year fellowship is a new opportunity open to PhD students across all schools and fields at Penn. Fellows are outstanding students whose scholarship significantly involves Academically Based Community Service (ABCS) and related activities, including locally-based community problem-solving, engaged scholarship, service learning and learning by teaching in public schools.