United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Fellowship programs support cutting-edge research, writing, analysis and convening by emerging and leading international experts from many disciplinary and professional backgrounds. The Fellowship programs provide USIP resources to add to its in-house expertise and inform its programmatic work, while contributing to USIP’s role as a bridge between academics, reflective practitioners and policy-makers.
Since 1988, The Jennings Randolph Peace Scholars program has supported the dissertations of roughly 265 young scholars, most of whom have gone on to distinguished careers in research, teaching and policy making. This annual award program now partners with the Minerva Research Initiative to offer additional pre-doctoral fellowships on peace and security topics. USIP’s Jennings Randolph Senior Fellowship program has supported research, writing and in-house advising on a wide variety of topics related to peace and conflict, from Track Two Diplomacy and its influence on US-Russia relations to oil and conflict, through over 315 ten-month, residential fellowships to date.
The 2017-2018 Peace Scholarship program competition for pre-doctoral dissertation support is now open for scholarships beginning in September 2018.
Guide for Applicants
Please use this link to register your application for the Peace Scholarship Fellowship.
20th November, 2017, 6:00 pm/18:00 EST