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Fellows in Residence

Fellows in Residence

Bringing prominent thinkers and leaders to campus to involve students and the community in dialogue around critical emerging issues, the Fellows in Residence program showcases the Institute's deep commitment to Furman's engaged learning approach. Fellows in Residence teach classes, give public addresses, meet with students individually or in groups, meet with citizens in the Greenville area and around the state and generally share their knowledge and experiences with the academic community and the public.

Riley Institute Fellows in Residence have included:

Prime Ministers

 
Kim Campbell Canada
Wlodzemierz Cimoszewicz Poland
   

United States Ambassadors

 
Derek Sherer Finland
Thomas Boyatt Burkina Faso and Colombia
James Lilley China
Phil Lader United Kingdom
Madeleine Kunin Switzerland
   

Governors

 
Madeleine Kunin Vermont
Christine Todd Whitman New Jersey
John Baldacci Maine
   

Mayors

 
Max Heller Greenville, SC
Deedee Corradina Salt Lake City, UT 
Glenda Hood Orlando, FL 
Eibhlin Byrne Dublin, Ireland 


Plus, a variety of journalists, academicians, community activities, and political experts from around the world.

Be sure to check our calendar for upcoming events.