Fellowships programme on Korean Affairs at Stanford University in USA -2011
Study Subject:Korean Affairs
Employer: Stanford University
Level:public or private sector, including government policymaking, business, journalism/mass media, nongovernment organizations, and other public service
Description: These fellowships, generously funded by Pantech Co., Ltd., and Curitel Communications, Inc. (the “Pantech Group”), are intended to cultivate a diverse international community of scholars and professionals committed to and capable of grappling with challenges posed by developments in Korea. We invite individuals from the United States, Korea, and other countries to apply.
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Up to three fellows will be selected among applicants currently working in the public or private sector, including government policymaking, business, journalism/mass media, nongovernment organizations, and other public services. By supporting individual research projects and facilitating participation in KSP workshops and other collaborative activities at Shorenstein APARC, this program seeks to enhance each fellow’s ability to engage and resolve issues related to Korea. Each fellow is expected to be in residence and produce a working paper or book on issues related to Korea (both North and South).The length of the fellowship can range from three to nine months (between September and June). Fellows will be provided a monthly stipend of up to US $7,000 depending on experience and length of stay.
Application Deadline:April 1, 2011