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.
Romi Jain and Mariana de Heredia are the latest recipients of this award.
Deadline extended to June 30 to apply for one of these prestigious grants.
Congratulations to the three recipients of the 2016-2017 CPD Dissertation Awards.
Applications are due May 15.
For years, governments and foundations have used scholarships as instruments of diplomacy. The Brits have Rhodes and Chevening, the Americans have Marshall and Fulbright, and the Australian government has created a lot of goodwill in its neighbourhood through the New Colombo Plan.
Having recently returned from the International Studies Association (ISA) conference in Toronto, I wanted to share some thoughts with the PD community, and particularly the scholars who for some reason or other couldn’t attend.