January 2014: National Security Graduate Student Research Fellowship & Forum Call For Applications

The Tobin Project seeks applications from doctoral students and law students undertaking work related to its initiatives in National Security.

The deadline for applications is February 17, 2014.

The fellowship is intended to partially or fully support research expenses and provide general support to graduate students working on topics related to National Security. Most awards will not exceed $1,500; any additional research costs should be noted in the budget and will be considered if funding is available.

Fellowship recipients will attend regular forum meetings in Cambridge, MA, where they will present final or in-progress outcomes of their research at the Tobin Project’s Graduate Student Forum. The forum provides an interdisciplinary seminar-style environment for fellowship recipients and other selected graduate students to receive feedback on their research. The forum will meet approximately once a month during the Fall 2014 semester and may continue in to the Spring 2015 semester. There will also be an introductory meeting in the spring of 2014.  

For more information on the National Security Fellowship and Forum »

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