Chairman James Ceaser, professor of politics at the University of Virginia.
Vice Chairman Wilfred M. McClay, professor of history at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and is the 2009-10 William E. Simon Distinguished Visiting Professor at Pepperdine University.
Mark Bauerlein, professor of English and founder of The Program in Democracy and Citizenship at Emory University.
Gregory Campbell, President, Carthage College, Professor of History, Carthage College, and a leader in the effort to strengthen liberal education.
Bruce Cole, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, 2001-2009, President of the American Revolution Center.
Daniel Cullen, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of The Project for the Study of Liberal Democracy at Rhodes College.
Andrew Delbanco, Julian Clarence Levi Professor in the Humanities and Director of American Studies at Columbia University and winner of the 2006 Great Teacher Award from the Society of Columbia Graduates.
Patrick Deneen, Tsakopoulos-Kounalakis Chair in political science and founder and director of The Tocqueville Forum on the Roots of American University at Georgetown University.
Jack P. Greene, the Andrew W. Mellon Professor Emeritus in the Humanities in the Department of History at Johns Hopkins University
Jakub Grygiel, George H.W. Bush Senior Associate Professor of International Relations and Senior fellow at Center for European Policy Analysis; former editor of the Journal of Public and International Affairs; served as a consultant to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris and the World Bank.
Allen Guelzo, Henry R. Luce Professor of the Civil War Era and the director of Civil War Era Studies at Gettysburg College
Robert Koons, Professor of philosophy and founder of The Program in Western Civilization and American Institutions at the University of Texas-Austin.
Ralph Lerner, Benjamin Franklin Professor Emeritus in the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago.
Daniel Lowenstein, Professor of Law Emeritus UCLA, and Director of the UCLA Center for the Liberal Arts and Free Institutions.
Harvey Mansfield, William R. Kennan, Jr. Professor of government at Harvard University and a 2004 recipient of the National Humanities Medal from President George W. Bush.
Michael Munger, Professor, Department of Political Science, and Professor, Departments of Economics and Public Policy, Duke University. He is Director of the Politics, Philosophy and Economics Program, Duke University.
Lorraine Pangle, Associate Professor of Government and the Co-Director of the Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas at the University of Texas-Austin.
Thomas Pangle, Joe R. Long Chair in Democratic Studies and the Co-Director of the Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas at the University of Texas-Austin.
Sandra Peart, Dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond. Director of the Summer Institute for the Preservation of the History of Economic Thought at George Mason University and former President of the History of Economics Society.
Steven Smith, Professor of Political Science, Yale University, Master of Branford College 1996-2011, and Co-Director of the Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions.
Barry Strauss, Professor of History, Professor of Classics and Chair, Department of History, Cornell University.
Gordon Wood, Alva O. Way Professor Emeritus of history at Brown University and Pulitzer prize winning author of “The Radicalism of the American Revolution.”
Jean Yarbrough, Gary M. Pendy Professor of Social Sciences and Chair of the Government Department at Bowdoin College.
Keith Wrightson, Randolph W. Townsend Jr. Professor of History, Yale University, and Co-Director of the Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions.
Michael Zuckert, Nancy Reeves Dreux Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame.
In memorium: John Strassburger, President, Ursinus College, 1995-2010.
At Villanova: Ryan Center Event March 5th, 2014 - On Tuesday, March 11th, Dr. Lorraine Krall McCrary, Arthur J. Ennis Postdoctoral Fellow, Augustine and Culture Seminar Program, will be leading a conversation on, “T.S. Eliot and Tradition.” The discussion will be at 7:30 pm in the Ryan Center. Food and refreshments will be provided.
At Harvard: John Walters on “Addiction and American Democracy” March 4th, 2014 - The Program on Constitutional Government at Harvard invites you to attend John Walters on “Addiction and American Democracy” John Walters is the former director of the White House National Drug Control Policy in the George W. Bush administration, 2001-9—the Drug Czar. He is now Executive Vice President of the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. Previously he served in the Department of Education and the National Endowment for the Humanities. He is a graduate of Michigan State University and holds an M.A. from the University of Toronto. Friday, March 7 – 12:00 – 2:00 pm CGIS North (Knafel), Room K-354 1737 Cambridge Street RSVP to attend: firstname.lastname@example.org Andy Zwick, Executive Director The Program on Constitutional Government at Harvard is made possible by the generosity of supporters including the Randolph Foundation, the Thomas W. Smith Foundation, the Foundation for Excellence in Higher Education, the Jack Miller Center, and the Foundation for Constitutional Government.