The Josef Korbel School of International Studies is pleased to acknowledge the extraordinary accomplishments of our students. An impressive number – 22 students – have received prestigious fellowship and scholarship awards this year, a particularly competitive and challenging year given the broad impacts of COVID-19.
“The numbers of awardees and the great variety of awards granted to Korbel students this year is really impressive,” says Rae Ann Bories-Easley, director of career and professional development at Korbel School. “These awards are great career-launchers and set the grantees on a notable trajectory in their fields. Also inspiring is the commitment that Korbel faculty and staff have made to mentoring these students and assisting them with their award-winning fellowship applications.”
Naazneen H. Barma, Ph.D. will be joining the Doug and Mary Scrivner Institute for Public Policy as Director and Scrivner Chair and Associate Professor effective Sept. 1, 2020. The appointment marks an exciting new chapter for the acclaimed institute and public policy program at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.