Phuong Mai Anh Tran of the University of Ottawa, Canada, is the latest recipient of this annual research award.
Accepting applications through November 26 from PD scholars and practitioners pursuing research questions at the cutting edge of public diplomacy.
The event series focuses on the intersection of public diplomacy and the arts, featuring thoughtful discussions on urgent global social issues.
Our new Administrative Budget Assistant assists in the areas of budgeting, financial accounting, and university business processes.
Published this month, A Research Agenda for Public Diplomacy outlines contemporary public diplomacy research and maps the future of the field.
Our new Marketing and Communications Manager will share CPD's story and drive community engagement.
As part of its commitment to building the academic field of public diplomacy, CPD will award $2,500 to an emerging scholar engaged in cutting-edge research on public diplomacy.
Meet our CPD-SIF Southeast Asia Research Fellows