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            Policy Engagement Fellowship

            Bridging the Gap Policy Engagement Fellowship

            Date: April 2019 to March 下载全民体彩
            Location: Worldwide
            Applications are CLOSED

            At a time when the U.S. role in the world appears to be shifting, and amidst many other dynamic forces globally, Bridging the Gap seeks to pursue additional opportunities for engagement with and impact upon public policy.  The current climate of policy uncertainties has spurred many academics to become, or consider becoming, more involved in policy-relevant debates.  As part of this moment of opportunity, we are launching the third installment of our Policy Engagement Fellowships designed to tap into and help feature the wide-ranging expertise of the Bridging the Gap network.

            We seek proposals for developing and delivering policy-relevant research in a timely, digestible format to policy practitioners on a topic of immediate policy interest.  Proposals are not restricted in terms of substantive research topics, as long as a case can be made as to the timely relevance of the content.  Nor is this only about U.S. foreign policy; projects can be geared to the range of issues on the global agenda and corresponding actors. We encourage innovative suggestions as to how specific policy engagement will be undertaken on the topic.  Potential ideas for engagement include: articles or blog posts in newspapers, magazines, policy journals, or online outlets; policy briefs or memos; panel discussions or talks at think tanks or other venues; a “room for debate” style online forum; analytical scorecards; multimedia approaches, etc.  The fellowship is open to all individuals, with particular encouragement for alumni of Bridging the Gap programs to apply.

            This fellowship contributes to Bridging the Gap’s objective of training and supporting scholars undertaking theoretically informed policy-relevant research and engaging with the policy-making community.  The selected Fellows will be announced at the Bridging the Gap reception at the 2019 International Studies Association conference.

            Bridging the Gap will support four (4) Policy Engagement Fellows who will each develop and deliver a research-informed engagement program on a distinct public policy issue over the course of their nine-month fellowship. The fellowship is open to all individuals but we especially encourage applications from alumni of Bridging the Gap programs (New Era Workshop and the International Policy Summer Institute).  Each Fellow will work with the Bridging the Gap leadership in conceptualizing and disseminating their policy work and will receive support for their proposed engagement strategy. Fellows will each receive a $4,000 stipend.

            Applications should consist of a curriculum vitae and a proposal of a maximum of 1,000 words. The proposal must address: 1) the proposed topic of policy interest and why it is important; 2) what scholarly research has to contribute to this topic; and, 3) an outline of the proposed policy engagement strategy, including its timing and deliverables.

            Applications should be submitted to bridgingthegap@american.edu with a subject line “Policy Engagement Fellowship Application.”


            Congratulations to our newest 2018 Policy Engagement Fellows:

            , Professor of Political Science, University of Arizona

            , Professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota

            , Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Massachusetts Boston

            , Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California Santa Barbara

             

            Past Fellows: