Westmont Magazine A Fellow for Reform
Duane Grobman ‘79, now studying toward his doctorate in education at Harvard University, received one of 12 Harvey Fellowships for the 1995-96 academic year. Duane plans to pursue a career in teacher training and educational reform.
An initiative of the Coalition for Christian Colleges and Universities and the Mustard Seed Foundation, the Harvey Fellowship program offers initial awards of $12,000, renewable for an additional two years, to Christians with exceptional abilities in academics and leadership. This graduate aid program emphasizes the integration of faith, learning, and vocation, encourages evangelical Christians to enroll in top-ranked graduate programs, and helps fellows pursue culturally strategic careers in which Christians are generally underrepresented.