INFORMATION SESSION: Knight-Hennesey Scholarship

The Knight-Hennessey Scholarship provides full funding for any graduate or professional degree from Stanford University. Knight-Hennessey scholars will be given the opportunity to develop a depth and range of subject expertise to prepare them to address complex global challenges, such as: the environment, healthcare, education, inequality and social justice.  The Knight-Hennessey program is looking to create a unique and supportive community of people from all backgrounds. For more information and to apply, click here. Upcoming Information Session In-Person Information Session | Thursday February 4, 2021 11:00am-12:00pm Press Rooms A&B, Bill…

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INFORMATION SESSION: Schwartzman and Yenching Fellowships

Schwartzman Scholars The Schwartzman Scholars program offers a one-year Master’s degree in Global Studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The core curriculum offers Scholars insight into China’s role in the global economy, and global affairs. Scholars will also have the choice to take elective courses to deepen their understanding of the three pillars of the curriculum: China, Leadership, and Global Affairs. Through the capstone, and deep-dive projects, students will also be able to broaden their professional networks. All courses will be taught in English, but study of Chinese is…

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INFORMATION SESSION: Fulbright Fellowship

The Fulbright Fellowship is the largest U.S. exchange program, offering opportunities for recent graduates and young professionals to assume advanced research, graduate study, university teaching, and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide in all fields of study. The program awards around 2,000 grants in 140 countries annually.  The fellowship has a network of alumni in a range of professions, from members of Congress to artists. For more information on applying, click here. Types of Awards Open Study- Pursue a Master’s Degree Abroad Open Research- Design an independent research project English…

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SUMMER 2021 Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Y7 & Y20 Summits

*APPROACHING DEADLINE* The Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Fellowship is seeking delegates from the United States to attend the Y7 & Y20 Youth Summits. Both summits are week-long events that bring together young leaders from G7 and G20 countries, respectively, to debate global challenges and to develop policy solutions. See this previous blog post for more information on the fellowship and becoming a member. For more information on how to obtain a free year of membership, see this PDF. Y7 Summit | Deadline January 17th, 2021 11:59pm EST Hosted by…

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SUMMER 2021 CAPAL Public Service Internship & Scholarship Program

The Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership is seeking  Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander youth to build a pipeline for public service and representation throughout all levels of government. Available Positions DC Public Service Internships This program places undergraduate and graduate students within the public sector of the Washington DC area to perform duties such as policy or scientific research, project coordination and management, business, law, communications, etc. Open to students of ALL MAJORS. Public Service Field Internships Undergraduate and graduate students are placed in public sector positions…

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Note from the Nunn School Chair – Spring 2021

  Dear Nunn School Students, Happy New Year!! Needless to say, the past several weeks have been very volatile, confusing, and emotionally draining– not necessarily conducive to our restorative needs after the especially hectic Fall semester. That said, I hope that this note finds you safe, healthy, and eager to resume your academic pursuits.  At this point, there still remains considerable uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the Spring ’21 semester.  Rest assured, however, that the faculty and staff at the Nunn School have been working hard over the past weeks to…

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