The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization is headquartered in Clinton, New York, and was founded in 2007 to promote excellence in scholarship through the study of freedom, democracy, and capitalism.

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Undergraduate Fellows

Established in 2009, The AHI Undergraduate Fellows Program now includes more than eighty of the best and brightest students at Hamilton College. AHI Fellows are perhaps the most intellectually diverse group at Hamilton; in its first two years, the Fellows Program included the presidents of both the Hamilton Democrats and the Hamilton Republicans. Fellows participate in the intellectual life of the AHI in many ways—leading our student groups and discussions, taking the initiative to organize their own events, presenting their research, engaging the many leading public intellectuals visiting the AHI at Leadership Luncheons designed specifically for Fellows, attending the annual AHI Colloquium, presenting papers at national events under the auspices of AHI. For further information, please contact us at (315) 292-2267.

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