University of Notre Dame Awarded $3.5 Million Grant for Foreign Policy Scholarship

The Notre Dame International Security Center announced plans to further expand and develop its scholarship on U.S. foreign policy. Supported by a grant from the Charles Koch Foundation, the school will support faculty positions, post-doctoral fellows, enhance funding for graduate students, expand the existing undergraduate Center, and establish an annual conference. The Center’s scholarship and research will examine the United States’ approach to foreign policy and the issues facing the country and world.

Read the announcement here.

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