The Ullman Fellowship will be awarded annually to between one and three currently enrolled Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University students who wish to engage in a full-time assignment for one year with a U.S. federal government agency, international NGO or a multilateral institution in the United States or overseas on some significant international project.
This fellowship was established in 2014 by former students, colleagues and family members in honor of the late Richard H. Ullman, the David E. Bruce Professor of International Affairs, Emeritus, at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
Eligibility: The candidates can apply for an Ullman Fellowship if they currently are a
- WWS (Woodrow Wilson School)Senior
- First-Year WWS MPA student (for a middle year out)
- Second-Year WWS MPA student
- WWS MPP student
- WWS Ph.D. Student (must have completed general exams)
- SINSI Scholar (either an MPA1 SINSI student or a SINSI student working in the first year of their government assignment)
How to Apply: Interested candidates must submit the details that are mentioned on the link to Linda Taylor, ltaylor-at-princeton.edu or 421 Robertson Hall by December 1, 2015.
Amount: Amount of approximately $40-50,000, will be awarded annually to between one and three currently enrolled Woodrow Wilson School students.
Application Deadline: You can apply on-line till Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
Link to Apply: http://wws.princeton.edu/undergraduate-academics/how-apply