Fellowships + Grants


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

For more information, contact John Congdon.

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!


Deadlines & Announcements

Summer Study Fellowship is open to advanced doctoral students in international affairs, regardless of home department. Dissertation research or writing must have an international component. Awards will not exceed $3500. Main criteria for determining which proposals will be funded are: (1) the importance of the research question and the quality of the research proposal, and (2) the strength of the letter of support. For more information please view.

Jeanne Guillemin Prize -  Female doctoral students in international affairs may apply for summer support for dissertation research with focus on a broad range of international issues. Support may be requested for either fieldwork and/or archival research, or for home-based research and write-up. For more information about the Guillemin Prize please visit the following page.