About the Program
The Lloyd C. Gardner Fellowship provides Rutgers undergraduates with the opportunity to deepen their awareness of global issues and to take a prominent role in addressing pressing social issues through policy, law, business, health, academia, politics and other careers. The Fellowship is a competitive, year-long program for juniors in the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) and students selected for the Fellowship participate in a fall seminar, a spring research project, and participate in numerous events and trips, including a visit to the United Nations and Washington D.C., dinners with faculty and Fellows, and other informal events. The annual Policy Conference showcases the Fellows spring research and the Alumni Council holds an annual spring event. Fellows also receive a $1000 scholarship and research funds.