Are you a PhD student in a university in the US?
Apply for the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Peace Scholar Fellowship Program 2022-2023 to receive a stipend of $20,000 for each academic year.
Application Deadline: October 26 2021
Who may apply for the Peace Scholar fellowship?
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USIP uses the FLUXX Award Application System to manage the Peace Scholar Fellowship competition. All applications and documents related to this competition will be entered and stored in FLUXX’s secure online portal.
Applying to the Peace Scholar competition is a two-step process.
Applicants must first register for a FLUXX account in order to access the application system.
Requirements and Conditions
USIP’s Peace Scholar Fellowship program awards non-residential fellowships to students enrolled in U.S. universities who are writing doctoral dissertations on topics broadly related to conflict management, peacebuilding and relevant security studies.
Since 1988, the program has supported the dissertations of 371 young scholars, many of whom have gone on to distinguished careers in research, higher education, and policy making.
The Peace Scholar fellowship lasts for 10 months, starting on September 1 of each year, and ending on June 30 of the following year.
University of Denver | “Repression Beyond Political Survival: Contentious Mobilizations Against Third Parties.”
Michigan State University | “The Role of Women in Former Rebel Parties in Post-Conflict Africa.”
University of Chicago | “Advisors, Aid, and Arms: Limited Intervention in Conflict.”
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | “Spatializing Peacebuilding: An Infrastructural Approach to Post-War Violence and Vulnerability in the City.”
The American University | “Post-Split Violence in Splinter Groups.”
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