The Hertog Foundation is asking professors at AU to nominate students for its Political Studies Program in Washington, DC. These are some great opportunities to study during the summer with good professors from other institutions, and all the programs come with stipends for participates or (in the case of the Political Studies Program) for some participants. If you are interested, please talk to Dr. Foster.
The first program is the Political Studies Program, which will take place from in Washington, DC. This program is geared to current undergraduates and very recent graduates. Many of the same outstanding faculty will be teaching in the program this year, including Bryan Garsten (Yale), James W. Ceaser (University of Virginia), Diana Schaub (Loyola), and Robert Kagan (Brookings Institution), to name just a few. Selected students will receive a $3,000 fellowship stipend for their participation and be provided with dormitory accommodations.
In addition, there is a second set of more specialized programs -- War Studies and Economic Policy Studies. These are intensive two-week summer seminars sponsored in conjunction with the Institute for the Study of War and National Affairs, respectively. They will be held in Washington, DC. Each carries its own stipend of $1,500 as well as dormitory accommodations.
Finally, Hertog has two weeklong offerings -- Advanced Institutes -- which are geared toward undergraduates, recent graduates, and graduate students. These programs come with a $750 stipend, plus room and board.
- The Political Thought of Abraham Lincoln with Allen C. Guelzo
- , in partnership with the New-York Historical Society
- The Lessons of the Iraq War with Vance Serchuk
- , Washington, DC
The deadline for applications for all programs is . Further information can be found the Hertog Foundation's website (www.hertogfoundation.org).