2018-2019 CPD Dissertation Grant Application
As part of its commitment to building the field of public diplomacy, CPD facilitates research opportunities through its CPD Research Fellowship Program, Visiting and Contributing Scholars, Research Internship programs and Dissertation Grants. The $2,500 CPD Doctoral Dissertation Grant is intended to support research addressing theoretical and practical issues in public diplomacy. CPD is committed to supporting work examining a broad range of topics from diverse geographical areas and perspectives.

Please complete this form to submit with your entire application package, including your CV, dissertation abstract, and dissertation project summary, in order to be considered for the 2018-19 grants. To be eligible for the CPD Doctoral Dissertation Grant, doctoral candidates must be enrolled in an accredited university anywhere in the world. The award may be used for: visiting archives, libraries, or other relevant institutions; and conducting interviews, surveys, or other fieldwork. The award may not be used for: conference participation; equipment purchases; or research that could be conducted in residence at USC.

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Please select whether you have already sent, or will send, the following three documents electronically to cpd@usc.edu with "ATTN: Jay Wang – Dissertation Award Application" in the subject line: 1) A curriculum vitae 2) A summary of the dissertation project, including timeline, not to exceed 6 pages 3) A dissertation abstract no longer than 250 words summarizing the topic and its relevance to public diplomacy. *
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