Ellings Korduba Fellowship
The Ellings-Korduba Fellowship Program offers fellowships to current master’s level and advanced undergraduate students whose degrees focus on issues of strategic importance to the United States in Asia. The National Bureau of Asian Research will award fellowships, plus a stipend for a summer program, to a small class of fellows each year from universities across the United States.
The Ellings-Korduba Research Fellowship aims to cultivate a generation of future policymakers and scholars with a deep understanding of critical strategic issues in Asia (and Russia in Asia) and the challenges to international leadership today, including the salient lessons of history. The fellowship aims to reinvigorate and advance the policy-relevant study of contemporary Asia in the United States, and to build stronger bridges between academia and the policy community.
Qualified applicants for the Ellings-Korduba Fellowship will:
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Be a graduate student or advanced undergraduate student with a focus on Asia and policy.
- Desire to advance public policy toward Asia through improved expertise and understanding, or to contribute to policy-relevant scholarly research.
Learn more and apply at https://www.nbr.org/ellings-korduba-research-fellowship-program/ellings-korduba-fellowship-application/.
- Comparative / Regional Studies
- Current Graduate Students
- Current Undergraduates