About Fellowship Affairs
Fellowship Affairs administers the following fellowship programs:
International Affairs Fellowship
Launched in 1967, the IAF program seeks to bridge the gap between analysis and action in foreign policy by inviting individuals from the academic, business, government, media, and religious communities to engage in a variety of policy studies and actively participate in policymaking. CFR awards approximately ten fellowships annually to individuals with outstanding project proposals.
International Affairs Fellowship in Japan, sponsored by Hitachi, Ltd.
Founded in 1997, the IAF in Japan, sponsored by Hitachi, Ltd., seeks to strengthen mutual understanding and cooperation between the rising generations of leaders in the United States and Japan. CFR awards a small number of fellowships annually to individuals with outstanding project proposals.
International Affairs Fellowship in India
Launched in 2008, the IAF in India enables several outstanding young leaders to expand their professional horizons and enhance their understanding of India by spending up to a year on policy oriented research or related professional activity in India. The program is currently on hold.
Every year, each military service nominates an outstanding candidate for a military fellowship. These fellowships enable officers to broaden their understanding of international affairs and U.S. foreign policy by spending a year in residence at CFR in New York.
Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship
Made possible by a generous grant from the Stanton Foundation, the fellowship offers younger scholars studying nuclear security issues the opportunity to spend a period of twelve months at CFR offices in New York or Washington, DC, conducting policy-relevant research.
National Intelligence Fellowship
The Intelligence Fellowship provides an opportunity for an outstanding individual from the U.S. intelligence community to expand his or her knowledge of international relations through study, research, and reflection.
Edward R. Murrow Press Fellowship
Named in honor of Edward R. Murrow, the fellowship is awarded each year to a distinguished foreign correspondent or editor. The program enables the fellow to spend nine months at CFR.s headquarters in New York and engage in sustained analysis and writing and expand his or her intellectual and professional horizons.
Cyrus Vance Fellowship in Diplomatic Studies
The Vance Fellowship is offered to a U.S. Foreign Service officer nominated by the U.S. Department of State. The fellow spends about a year affiliated with CFR, reflecting on issues of foreign policy and participating in CFR programs.
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