Truman Scholars and WWS Alumni/ae
"The honor of being a Truman Scholar presents incredible opportunities, especially in regard to post-graduate education. The Truman Scholarship and the MPA program at the Woodrow Wilson School provides the ideal combination for anyone interested in public policy. Moreover, the friends I made at WWS 12 years ago continue to be my closest, even though we are all miles apart. Attending WWS was an amazing experience, for which I am eternally grateful."
Nan LeFebvre, MPA '94
The call to public service, government service, and international relations are hallmarks of both the Truman Foundation and the Woodrow Wilson School. The individuals profiled on this section of the web site have the distinction of being both Truman Scholars and alumni/ae of the Woodrow Wilson School. In concert, these scholars and Princeton graduates have lived the mandate from Presidents Truman and Wilson. It is most fitting that Madeleine Albright, who serves as the President of the Truman Foundation, was also selected as the keynote speaker for the Woodrow Wilson's 75th Anniversary Colloquium in honor of Woodrow Wilson.
Prospective students who are recipients of the Truman Scholarship are invited to learn more about our alumni, our graduate programs, and our commitment to public service: "In the Nation's Service and the Service of All Nations." Prospective students who are not Truman Scholars are invited to learn more about our alumni and programs, and can find additional information about the Scholarship and Foundation on The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation web site.