Each year, through the James C. Gaither Junior Fellows program, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace offers approximately 14 one-year fellowships to uniquely qualified graduating seniors and individuals who have graduated during the past academic year. They are selected from a pool of nominees nominated by several hundred participating universities and colleges. James C. Gaither Junior Fellows work as research assistants to Carnegie’s senior scholars. Please see your school’s nominating official to learn more about the college application process and please see our FAQ for eligibility requirements.

Incoming Class

  • Anna Bartoux
    Columbia University—Nuclear Policy Program
  • Andrew Bonney
    Brigham Young University—Middle East Program
  • Iris (Fiona) Brauer
    University of Chicago—Democracy, Conflict and Governance Program
  • Sarah Del Carmen Camacho
    Washington University in St. Louis—Asia Program
  • Nicole Gonik
    Hunter College—Russia and Eurasia Program
  • Emily Hardy
    Georgetown University—Sustainability, Climate, and Geopolitics Program
  • Brendan Hartnett
    Tufts University—Democracy, Conflict and Governance Program
  • Daniel Helmeci
    Rice University—Sustainability, Climate, and Geopolitics Program
  • Erica Hogan
    University of Chicago—Africa Program
  • Adam Israelevitz
    Duke University—American Statecraft Program
  • Yuchen (Rain) Ji
    Middlebury College—Middle East Program
  • John (Jack) Keating
    Dartmouth College—American Statecraft Program
  • Emma Klein
    Swarthmore College—Global Order and Institutions Program
  • Caroline Mallory
    Ohio State University—South Asia Program
  • Charlotte McDermott
    Bryn Mawr College—American Statecraft Program
  • Francesca Nyakora
    Yale University—Democracy, Conflict and Governance Program
  • Joshua Sullivan
    Pepperdine University—Technology and International Affairs Program
  • Katrine Westgaard
    College of William and Mary—Europe Program

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