Fellowships + Grants

 

The Center offers funding and resources to scholars and students studying international affairs.

For more information, contact Amalia Teglas.

Whether you are just beginning your academic career, a graduate student, recent graduate, or scholar, we hope to further your academic endeavors by connecting you to opportunities that foster self-development and to make it a worthwhile learning experience.

We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities!

RELATED PROGRAMS

Sarah Plana receives inaugural Jeanne Guillemin Prize

The prize, which provides financial support to women working towards a PhD in international affairs, will be applied toward her research into proxy warfare.

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Attention full-time undergraduate and graduate students:

Apply now for the fellowship program in human rights and technology. Deadline is October 26.

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