Subject: Final Announcement - 30 days to Deadline: FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT:
Next Generation Leadership, NBR
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005
From: "Sarah Snyder" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(note: Final Announcement - - only 30 days to application deadline. All materials due by January 16, 2006)
"The Next Generation: Leadership in Asian Affairs" Program The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)
Please join us in nurturing a new generation of Asia scholars by encouraging recent master's degree recipients to apply for NBR's Next Generation Leadership program, a new year-long fellowship that focuses on bridging the gap between scholarship and policymaking. The fellowship will be based at NBR's headquarters in Seattle. Fellows will collaborate with leading scholars to publish research and share their findings with the policymaking community in Washington, D.C.
The Next Generation Leadership program will break new ground by mentoring and immersing young Asia specialists from a wide variety of fields and interests in the skills and the practice of bridging the gap between scholarship and policy. Each fellow will receive a fellowship award, as well as travel and research-related expenses.
Application deadline is January 16, 2006. Fellowships begin June 5, 2006. For further information and application materials please visit http://www.nbr.org/NextGeneration
The fellowship announcement does pertain to Russia. The National Bureau of Asian Research has eight programs, which includes Eurasia Studies and the Center for Asian Security, both of which consider Russian-related issues. At any given time, NBR's eight program areas (see below) direct approximately thirty major research projects and programs involving 150 scholars at universities and research centers worldwide. Each fellow will be placed within the NBR program that matches his/her qualifications and research interests.
Northeast Asia Studies
Southeast Asia Studies
South Asia Studies
Energy Security Studies
Center for Health and Aging
Center for Asian Security Studies
If you would like to learn more about our program areas, please visit our site at http://nbr.org/programs/.