Brookings Institution Pre-doctoral Fellowships Foreign Policy Program

January 13, 2012

The Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Institution offers Pre-doctoral Fellowships.

“The fellowships are designed for candidates whose dissertation topics and career goals are directly related to the major interests of the Foreign Policy Program: war and peace issues; shifting power balances; and global order and human security. Awards will go to individuals whose research is near completion and will benefit from access to Foreign Policy scholars and the Washington policy-making community afforded by Brookings location in the nation’s capitol…

The fellowship carries a stipend of $27,000, payable in installments over a nine-month period of full-time residency at Brookings…The Institution will also provide up to $5,000 in supplementary assistance for reimbursement of expenses for research-related travel, long-distance phone calls, copying, and other essential research requirements. Brookings will also provide access to a desktop computer and the Institution’s main server and networks, along with an individual network account. Pre-Doctoral Research Fellows are eligible to participate in the Institution’s health insurance plan during the period of their appointment…Pre-Doctoral Research Fellows will be expected to pursue their research and writing at Brookings beginning in September 2012 and ending in May 2013.

You must be nominated by your graduate department.

Nomination deadline: March 1, 2012

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