Wilder Graduate Scholars Fellowship Program

Current Fellows

2014 Fellows

The Wilder School is pleased to announce the selection of 12 Wilder Graduate Scholar Fellows for the 2014-2015 academic year. Now in its ninth year, the program provides exceptionally qualified master’s students with professional work experience through a host employer. Fellows receive full in-state tuition and a generous stipend and bring a wealth of research expertise to their host employers. The outstanding fellows, their program of study and their hosts include:

  • Dhara Amin, Doctorate of Public Policy and Administration, Virginia Department of Corrections, Operations
  • Holly Brown, Master of Public Administration, Richmond Memorial Health Foundation
  • Myles Busching, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Virginia Department of Corrections, Policy Initiatives Unit
  • Javon Davis, Master of Public Administration, Virginia Department of Corrections, Central Classification Services
  • Laura Howell, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Virginia Retirement System
  • Eleanor Nowak, Master of Public Administration, Virginia Department of Corrections, Research and Management Services
  • Brian Pierce, Master of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, VCU Development and Alumni Relations, Annual Giving Strategic Development
  • James Garrett Roberts, Master of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, Virginia Lottery
  • Maribel Street, Master of Criminal Justice, VCU Development and Alumni Relations, Alumni Relations
  • Denver Supinger, Master of Public Administration, VCU Development and Alumni Relations, Donor Relations
  • William Wright, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Virginia Lottery
  • Wren Wyatt, Master of Public Administration, VCU Development and Alumni Relations, Corporate and Foundation Relations