From Claremont News:

We are delighted to announce the newest members of the Claremont family: the 2020 Publius Fellows.

As you may know, every summer, the Publius Fellowship brings together a selective group of promising young conservative leaders to study the distinctive moral and political principles of the American constitutional order.

In over forty intensive daily seminars and relaxed evening symposia, Publius Fellows discuss political philosophy and American government with some of the most distinguished scholars in the nation.

This year’s program will take place from June 20 – July 11, 2020 in Claremont, CA.

Publius Fellowships are awarded to highly qualified college seniors, recent college graduates, graduate students, and individuals in the early stages of promising careers in scholarship, journalism, or government.

As always, thank you for your support in making this program—and all of our programs—a success.

Please join us in welcoming this year’s fellows.

Note: For now, our 2020 Publius fellowship is still scheduled. We are tracking COVID-19 in California, our country, and around the world. We will of course postpone the fellowship if we must to ensure the safety of staff, faculty, and fellows.
Meet the 2020 Publius Fellows

Clare Basil is a Public Interest Fellow at the R Street Institute’s Civil Society, Education and Work program. She has held fellowships with Hudson Political Studies, The American Conservative, Tertio Millennio, the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. She studied political philosophy at the University of Dallas, where she graduated magna cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa and received the Willmoore Kendall Award for Excellence in Political Philosophy.