Funded by the Kathryn Wasserman Davis Collaborative in Conflict Transformation, this select group of Middlebury Institute students will focus on the ways that conflict transformation (the development of creative solutions to conflict-based systems and situations) manifests in diverse regions, cultures, contexts, and fields around the globe.

Eligibility

These fellowships and related benefits are available to both in-person and online degree-seeking students at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.

Benefits

Benefits for fellows include the following:

  • Up to a $10,000 scholarship per academic year.
  • Participation in conflict transformation professional development opportunities (e.g., conflict-related speaker events, webinars, trainings).
  • Peer mentorship throughout the fellowship.
  • Engagement in conflict transformation–related projects through our centers and initiatives, practicums, internships, courses, and experiential learning.

How to Apply

The fellowship application process is not currently open.

Questions?

If you have questions about applying to the Middlebury Institute degree programs, please contact your enrollment advisor.

For more information about the Conflict Transformation Graduate Fellowship Program, please contact Netta Avineri:

Netta Avineri

Associate Professor TESOL/TFL, Intercultural Competence Committee Chair, Collaborative in Conflict Transformation Graduate Training in Research Pillar Lead

Office:
McCone Building M102B