March 2011: Graduate Student Forum & Fellowship program in National Security

The Tobin Project is pleased to announce that it will host a forum and fellowship program for doctoral students undertaking work related to its inquiry into the "Prudent Use of Power in American National Security Strategy." This program seeks to foster rigorous, policy-relevant research on how the United States can better wield nonkinetic, or nonmilitary, power to provide U.S. and international security.

In the 2011-2012 academic year, the Tobin project will host six forums, offering fellowship recipients the opportunity to present final or in-progress outcomes of their research. The forum provides an interdisciplinary environment for fellowship recipients and other select graduate students to receive feedback on their research.

2011-2012 National Security Graduate Student Fellows »

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