Program to enhance critical language skills among graduate students. Awards for one semester up to two years. In exchange for the fellowship funding, all Boren Fellows must agree to the NSEP Service Requirement.

Deadline

January 26, 2022

January 26, 2022, 5:00 PM

Ms. Nancy Robbins

Assistant Director, Duke University Center for International Studies

2204 Erwin Road

(919)-684-6454

nancy.robbins@duke.edu

Contact

Duke University Center for International Studies
Ms. Nancy Robbins, nancy.robbins@duke.edu

Quick facts

Academic Discipline

All

Citizenship

US Citizen

Status

Entering Graduate, Graduate

Location

Domestic
International

Endorsement Required

Yes

Award Amount

Varies with the program

Description

Funded by the National Security Education Program support graduate students pursuing the study of languages, cultures and world regions that are critical to US interests. Boren Fellowships are intended to provide or add to the international component of US graduate students' educations providing support for overseas study, domestic study, or a combination of both.