EVANSTON – Indiana State University, through the history department, has awarded the Gertrude and Theodore Debs Memorial Fellowship to Landan James to continue his study in the history of American labor and reform movements. This award is granted annually and is valued at $7,500. Up to two fellowships are awarded each year.
Landan is a 2010 graduate of Heritage Hills High School. He is the son of Charles and Janet James, formerly of Evanston.
He is now beginning the last semester of his graduate program, studying the history of social reform movements.