Weil Fellowship

Established in 1995 in honor of Adolph Weil, the Weil Fellow in the Arts and Humanities is awarded to persons of distinguished achievement in the arts and humanities: writers, artists or renowned scholars in one or more of the liberal arts disciplines.

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers students a traditional liberal arts education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.

Weil Fellowship

Weil Fellows may teach classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; conduct public lectures, demonstrations, or exhibitions; organize and conduct special seminars; provide individual or small group tutorials; and perform other activities that enhance the liberal arts learning experience.

1997 – Pat Conroy
1999 – Mitch Albom
2002 – Dr. John Stone
2004 – Ahn Trio (Return visit in 2011)
2004 – Baltimore Consort (Return visit in 2011)
2004 – Stuart Margolin
2005 – David Finckel & Wu Han (Return visits in 2009 and 2013)
2005 – William Christenberry
2006 – Jean Shelton
2008 – Mark Doty
2009 – George Tsontakis
2010 – Marge Champion
2012 – Jon Meacham
2012 – O. Vernon Burton

For more information, contact Val Winkelman, Professor of Theatre, at vwinkelm@aum.edu.

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