FELLOWSHIP- CACI Short-Term Fellowship, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University
Posted by: Central Asia-Caucasus Institute <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute (CACI), at Johns Hopkins
University's School of Advanced International Studies, invites junior
scholars to apply for short-term fellowships to do research in the
Washington, DC area. The fellowships are one month in duration and
begin on October 1, 2008. Successful candidates should be US citizens,
completed a Ph.D., either have an academic appointment, be employed by
a think tank in an analytical role, or work for the government.
Finally, all individuals should have a strong interest in Central
Asia, the Caucasus or Afghanistan, and a demonstrated interest in
current policy issues. This program parallels a second fellowship
program open to young men and women from the region that has already
Those interested in being considered for this fellowship should send
to David Soumbadze (email@example.com) the following by August 22, 2008:
1) Detailed curriculum vitae, including information on the candidate's
education, professional experience, publications, etc.
2) A concise description (up to 1200 words) of his or her project to
be pursued while in Washington, including a discussion of the
project's relevance to current policy issues involving Central Asia,
the Caucasus and Afghanistan.
The program will cover a round trip transportation to Washington (up
to $400), and a stipend of $3,000. Winners will be notified by
September 5, 2008.
Fellowship Program Manager
Central Asia - Caucasus Institute
The Nitze School - SAIS
Johns Hopkins University
1619 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036-2213
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