Apply soon for Kennan Institute policy fellowships

by Noreen Balos, Funding Peer
Monday, May 06, 2019 8:00 AM

The Kennan Institute was founded as a division of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in December 1974 through the joint initiative of Ambassador George F. Kennan, then Wilson Center Director James Billington, and historian S. Frederick Starr. Named in honor of Ambassador Kennan's relative, George Kennan "the Elder" (1845-1924), a nineteenth-century explorer of Russia and Siberia, the Kennan Institute is committed to improving American expertise and knowledge about Russia, Ukraine, and other states in the region. Through its residential scholarship programs, lecture and workshop series, and publication program, the Institute strives to attract, publicize, and integrate new research into the policy community.

During the past year, the Kennan Institute has focused on numerous topics including:

  • Migration and the Challenges of Diversity
  • Rule of Law
  • Culture as a Form of Civic Expression
  • Urbanization
  • Central Asia

IMPORTANT NOTE: The George F. Kennan and Billington Fellowships are not limited by citizenship.

Kennan Institute Fellowships and Internships