United States Institute of Peace Senior Fellowships

The Jennings Randolph Program for International Peace awards Senior Fellowships to enable outstanding scholars, policy makers, journalists, and other professionals from around the world to conduct research at the U.S.

Institute of Peace on important issues concerning international conflict and peace.

USIP awards approximately twelve fellowships per year.

Priority is given to proposals that promise to make a timely contribution to the understanding and resolution of ongoing and emerging international conflicts.

USIP is especially interested in proposals addressing problems of the Muslim world, post-war reconstruction and peacebuilding and stability operations in Iraq and elsewhere, and responses to terrorism and political violence.

However, proposals in all fields are welcome.

Fellows carry out their projects in residence at USIP in Washington, D.C., and participate in USIP's public outreach efforts, which offer timely information to Congress, policy makers, and the public on international issues.

Books and reports resulting from fellowships may be published by USIP.

Fellowships are open to citizens of any country.

The program attempts to match the recipient's earned income during the year preceding the fellowship, up to a maximum of $80,000 for ten months.

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