[URBANTH-L] ANN: The Charles Revson Fellowship--A Program on the Future of the City of New York

Angela Jancius jancius at ohio.edu
Tue Nov 20 23:40:29 EST 2007


The Charles H. Revson Fellowship
A Program on the Future of the City of New York
at Columbia University

What are you doing for the future of New York City?

The Charles H. Revson Fellowship offers a unique opportunity for 
self-development in mid-career for urban leaders who have made a substantial 
contribution to New York City.

Revson Fellows:

Mid-career urban leaders: grassroots activists, politicians, non-profit 
leaders, firefighters, lawyers, artists, writers, journalists, religious 
leaders, educators, community organizers

Revson Fellowship:

nine months at Columbia University * individualized study programs * 
financial support and tuition benefits * access to courses, faculty, and 
University resources * weekly seminars * invited speakers * 300 member 
alumni network

Each year, the program selects ten Fellows of diverse backgrounds and fields 
of achievement. Established in 1979, the Revson program has welcomed over 
290 leaders to the University, providing tuition and financial support, 
academic guidance, and access to University resources. Revson Fellows engage 
in weekly seminars together while also pursuing individually designed 
programs of intellectual enrichment.

Open House for Applicants: Wednesday, November 28, 2007, 7-9 p.m. Columbia 
University. Reservations required (location details given with r.s.v.p)
2008-2009 Fellowship Application: February 1, 2008 (postmark deadline). 
Applicants may download an application, apply directly online, or request an 
application be mailed to them. Information is available at 
www.revson.columbia.edu <http://www.revson.columbia.edu/> .

Please email revson at columbia.edu or call 212-854-6029 with any questions or 
to reserve a space at the Open House.

The CyberHood's mission is to build a virtual community where students, 
scholars, practitioners, and social activists, who want to change urban 
society and improve the plight of people of color, can find each other, 
share information, exchange ideas, and build professional relationships. Our 
goal is to build a community that encourages dialogue, facilitates research, 
and spawns joint ventures. The CyberHood is a place where people come 
together to understand and change the world. Please visit our website at 

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