The Jennings Randolph Program wishes to inform potential applicants to the 2014-2015 Senior Fellowship Program that, due to restructuring and new strategic priorities within the U.S. Institute of Peace, we are suspending the senior fellowship program for 2014-2015 and are not accepting any new applications at this time. Please contact Lili Cole at email@example.com if you have general questions.
The Jennings Randolph (JR) Senior Fellowship Program has provided scholars, policy analysts, policymakers, and other experts with opportunities to spend time in residence at the Institute, reflecting and writing on pressing international peace and security challenges.
The Jennings Randolph Senior Fellowship Program is being redesigned. During this time, we will not accept applications to the Senior Fellowship Program.
Over the past 25 years, the Jennings Randolph Program has fostered new understandings of conflict and peacebuilding through support for about 325 Senior Fellows, including Army Fellows and Post-Doctoral Fellows through the TAPIR Program (Transatlantic Post-Doctoral Fellowship for International Relations and Security), as well as some 250 pre-doctoral Peace Scholars, whose USIP scholarships supported writing and research for cutting-edge doctoral dissertations on international conflict and peacebuilding.
- In April 2014, former Senior Fellow Jelke Boesten (2011-2012) published a book based on her fellowship project, Sexual Violence during War and Peace: Gender, Power, and Post-Conflict Justice in Peru.
- Former Senior Fellow Fred Tipson (2011-2012) addressed the Opening Session of the OSCE’s Economic and Environmental Forum at Montreux, Switzerland on May 20, speaking on “Natural Assaults and European Security in the Ecozoic Era.”
- Former Senior Fellow James Savage’s (2011-2012) book Reconstructing Iraq's Budgetary Institutions: Coalition State Building after Saddam has been published by Cambridge University Press.
- Former Senior Fellow Namrata Goswami (2012-2013) published an SSPC Issue Brief (Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict (New Delhi), “Northeast Asia: Emerging Scenarios”.
- Former Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow Zheng Wang (2010-2011) is a co-winner of this year’s Yale H. Ferguson Book Prize for “the book that most advances the vibrancy of international studies as a pluralist discipline published in 2012”, for Never Forget National Humiliation: Historical Memory in Chinese Politics and International Relations. The Japanese version will come out this May.
- Former Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow Alan Kuperman spoke at a March 14 event at Cato Institute, "Did Military Intervention in Libya Succeed?" [Video]