ISPS supports three fellowships for Yale students.
The fellowships are designed to prepare graduate and undergraduate students from across the disciplines to contribute to domestic policy discussions in the United States.
ISPS Graduate Policy Fellows
The Yale ISPS Policy Fellows Program supports Yale graduate and professional students conducting research on U.S. domestic policy.
ISPS Policy Fellows attend weekly breakfast workshops, receive training in skills such as op-ed and policy memo writing, media appearances, and blogging; attend high level conferences; present their research to and receive feedback from ISPS-affiliated faculty and other graduate fellows; contribute to the ISPS blog; and are eligible to receive research support for policy-relevant projects they develop in conjunction with ISPS.
ISPS Director’s Fellows: Domestic Policy Group
The ISPS Director’s Fellows Program supports Yale undergraduate students conducting research on U.S. domestic policy.
During biweekly policy seminars, Director’s Fellows will have opportunities to interact with leading ISPS researchers, government officials, and other leading policy experts.
ISPS Dahl Research Scholars
Launched in 2015, the Dahl Scholars program provides selective fellowship support for Yale College Students to engage in policy-driven social science research under the guidance of an ISPS faculty mentor.
The ISPS Dahl Research Scholars is our newest program for Yale undergraduate students committed to positively influencing public policy through research.