CPD is now accepting applications for the CPD Research Fellowship. Which CPD created in 2009 to support and publicize the work of scholars and practitioners of public diplomacy. Every fall, three non-resident fellows are selected, each serving a two-year term.
Moreover, CPD Research Fellows will be expected to oversee a substantive research project that will yield at least two outputs, including one publication for the Perspectives on Public Diplomacy series that is due by June 1, 2021. The second output could consist of a series for the CPD Blog or another type of product that the Fellow develops with the Center.CPD is a recognized leader in the public diplomacy research and scholarship community and is the definitive go-to destination for practitioners and international leaders in public diplomacy while pursuing an innovative research agenda designed to bridge the study-practice gap.
CPD welcomes proposals that examine both the historical and contemporary practice of public diplomacy conducted anywhere in the world. Further, The selected candidates will each receive a $2,000 stipend upon successful completion of the fellowship. In addition, the Center will offer research assistance as needed and as available from students in the Master of Public Diplomacy (MPD) program or related degree programs at USC. Three non-resident fellows will be selected every year, each serving a two-year term.