Emerging Scholar Graduate Award - Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD), Temple University

Casey VanSise Discussion

Please circulate this message through your social and other networks, and encourage bright undergraduates to apply to Temple University’s History MA program by February 15, 2022:

Thanks to the generosity of Temple History PhD Todd Davis, the Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD) is delighted to announce the CENFAD Emerging Scholar Graduate Award, a new scholarship for applicants to the Temple University MA Program in History. The purposes of the award are to recruit and support MA-level students interested in diplomatic and military history, and to do so especially among underrepresented candidates, including women.

Each year, one awardee will receive $12,000 in tuition remission over a two-year period (covering about one 3-credit course per semester at in-state rates). The inaugural scholarship will be awarded in Spring 2022 for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 academic years. If the awardee’s GPA is below a 3.5 after their first year of studies, second-year funding is subject to review.

There is no application procedure. All students admitted to the MA program, including the MA Concentration in Public History, will automatically be considered. The awardee will be notified at the time of admission to the MA program.

For more information, please contact Alan McPherson, Marvin Wachman Director, CENFAD, alan.mcpherson@temple.edu.