Visiting Fellowship Program, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies
Study Subject : Political science, International relations,
Employer : Brookings Institution
Level : Postdoctoral
The Brookings Institution’s CNAPS Visiting Fellows program is a competitive residential fellowship that offers mid-career scholars and professionals from East Asia the opportunity to carry out substantive research and interact with a wide range of actors in the Washington policy community, from U.S. government officials and foreign diplomats to journalists to scholars of U.S. Asia relations.
Fellows usually receive a modest stipend and limited reimbursement for moving expenses and transportation to and from the United States.
- A Ph.D. in political science, international relations, history, or a discipline related to the preferred research theme is preferred but not required.
- Applicants holding a Ph.D. should have 6-8 years of professional experience in one or more of the following fields: think tanks/academia, government, the media, or business, with practical or scholarly exposure to current political, security, or economic trends in the region.
- Applicants without a Ph.D. should have 12-14 years of professional experience in one or more of the fields listed above.
- Applicants with a professional interest in relations among East Asian nations, and in U.S.-East Asian relations are highly desirable.
- Applicants must have a demonstrated ability to conduct professional, in-depth research and deliver spoken presentations in English.
Fellowship Application Deadline for Visiting Fellowship Program : February 15, 2011 (Fellowship term is August 15-December 16, 2011)
September 15, 2011 (Fellowship term is March 1-June 30, 2012)