Cal Turner Program Student Fellowship

This is an image of Cal Turner Jr. speaking to members of the CTP Program in the VDS Reading Room.

Over the past dozen years, the Cal Turner Program for Moral Leadership has invited students, from Vanderbilt's professional schools of law, divinity, education, business management, nursing, and medicine to participate in project-based teams focused on interprofessional and community engagement around socio-moral concerns. Fellowship cohorts have ranged in size and style of project engagement. This year, 17 fellows meet twice a month over lunch to discuss and reflect upon moral leadership, moral values, moral power, and moral conflict. They will choose interprofessional small group moral inquiry projects for the spring term.

As the main program of the CTPML, the goal of the student fellowship is working with fellows to deepen their moral range and sense of social responsibility/possibility through providing spaces for grounded idealism and moral fellowship.

Presentations from last year: 

Hope in the Margins:Moral Leadership within the Prison System

Authentic Leadership 

Exploring the Moral Implications of Postpartum Depression: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Current Fellows

2023-2024 Fellows

Past Fellows

2022-2023 Fellows

2021-2022 Fellows

2020-2021 Fellows

2019-2020 Fellows

2018-2019 Fellows

2017-2018 Fellows

2016-2017 Fellows

2015-2016 Fellows

2014-2015 Fellows

2013-2014 Fellows

2011-2012 Fellows

2010-2011 Fellows

2009-2010 Fellows

2008-2009 Fellows