Heritage Fellows


Heritage Fellows is an initiative of the Center for Baptist Heritage and Studies that selects a small group of undergraduate Virginia Baptist scholars from across the Commonwealth annually for an intensive educational experience in Baptist history and heritage, culminating in a supervised research project. Fellows are enlisted for projects in light of their research interests and receive a stipend for their work. They participate in the Society’s annual meeting, typically held in May, and their projects are published.

At this time, the Fellows program is in redevelopment and is not presently accepting applications.

Recent resources produced by Heritage Fellows:

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Keeping the Faith While Making Interfaith Relationships, Accounts of Strengthening Understandings of “Being Baptist” While Establishing Relationships with Those of Other Faiths. Emma Tilley, Andrew Cook and Virginia Tilley. (2017)

Baptist Collegiate Ministry in Virginia, Past, Present, Future. Rachel Cook. (2016)