Duke’s Counterterrorism and Public Policy Fellowship

Triangle Center faculty David Schanzer and Tim Nichols designed The Duke University Fellowship in Counterterrorism and Public Policy in order to provide professionals in the national security and counterterrorism fields with an intensive educational experience that enhances their understanding of the American policy-making process, empowers them to operate more effectively at higher level leadership and staff positions, and deepen their understanding of and familiarity with the counterterrorism and national security issues they will likely confront in their careers. Since 2012, cohorts of military officers and other national security professionals have spent an academic year at Duke, away from the national security apparatus, reengaging in the study of policy-making, intelligence, and national security with students and civilians. The year culminates in a research conference where the Fellows present their research paper they’ve worked on throughout the year. To learn more about the fellowship please considering joining us for the Research Conference on Friday, April 7 at the Sanford School of Public Policy, and watch the short video below featuring this years’ Fellows.