candidate in political science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.
in history, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M. in history, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; B.
candidate in international relations, Georgetown University; M. in international security, Georgetown University; B.
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Begin the Application Process Up to three (3) Fellowships will be awarded each year. in history, and certificate in contemporary history, all from Ohio University; B.
Within their RAND tenure, fellows are expected to produce policy-relevant studies that contribute to the general body of knowledge on nuclear security.
The written product will be considered for publication by RAND. locations for the duration of their fellowship (Santa Monica, CA; Washington, DC; or Pittsburgh, PA).
in political science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.
in astronautics, Technical University Munich, a Diplom-Ingenieur Luft- u.
Doctoral students may be considered if they have a well-defined dissertation topic in the field of nuclear security and are enrolled in a widely recognized graduate program, and must include as part of their application at least three dissertation chapters (that have been approved by the candidate's adviser for submission). in international security policy, University of Maryland; M.
Junior faculty at law schools or with a law degree as their terminal degree are eligible.