Reppy Institute Graduate Fellows Program
Application Deadline: May 16, 2022
Each year, the Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies provides a select cohort of Fellows with unique opportunities for professional networking and development in the field of peace and conflict studies.
Reppy Fellows participate in the Institute’s weekly public seminars and enjoy additional opportunities such as meeting with distinguished scholars in small groups, hosting the visit of scholars of their choosing, and organizing a graduate student conference. The Institute provides financial and administrative resources for these collective activities as well as a small ($250) research stipend for each Fellow. Current and former Reppy Fellows also receive priority when applying for additional funding opportunities, such as the Institute’s Graduate Fellowship.
Each cohort of Reppy fellows is interdisciplinary, with interests spanning a wide range of issues, such as nuclear arms control and disarmament, climate change and conflict, governance of emerging technologies, human rights, race and gender. Fellows are appointed for one year, and may be renewed for subsequent years.
Masters, doctoral, and law students, including students beginning in Fall 2022.
$250 research stipend
How to apply
Submit a brief statement of interest (1 page or less) and C.V. to the Reppy Institute Program Coordinator, Jessica Ames, at email@example.com by May 16, 2022.