Adam Smith Fellowship


Each year, a certain number of Wellesley students are selected to become Adam Smith fellows. They take part in student-run bi-weekly seminars based on readings of their choosing, or interactive meetings with the faculty fellows of the Freedom Project. They also attend a weeklong Wintersession seminar on the topic of freedom in theory and practice. Students also have the chance to work on original research projects and present their findings at Wellesley’s annual Ruhlman Conference in the spring and at professional conferences on and off campus. The Freedom Project also helps them find internship opportunities in prominent intellectual institutions in the United States and abroad.  

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