FELLOWSHIP

Up to 10 fellowships for master’s level studies are offered annually at the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center.

LEARN ABOUT THE FELLOWSHIP

APPLY

The 2020 Rotary Peace Fellowship application is now available. Application deadline is 31 May, 2019.

LEARN HOW TO APPLY

REFERRAL

We are looking for leaders promoting national and international cooperation and peace throughout their lives. 

REFER A FRIEND

 

FOR PROSPECTIVE FELLOWS

Why Duke?

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The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) is a unique, flexible interdisciplinary degree program that trains mid-career professionals who plan to dedicate their careers to policy-making and public service in and for developing countries.

Why UNC?

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Rotary Peace Fellows have the opportunity to study in various departments or schools to which they are admitted. Fellows have received master’s degrees from the following departments in recent years: Global Studies, Public Health and Journalism.

 

 

MEET OUR FELLOWS

Students at the Duke-UNC Rotary Center come from all over the world and from all walks of life.


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Learn about our team, our pledge and the story that started it all.

Catherine Admay

Faculty Director, Duke University


Susan Carroll

Managing Director


Amy Cole

Program Coordinator


Suzanne Maman

Faculty Director, UNC-Chapel Hill



 

ROTARY INTERNATIONAL – AREA OF FOCUS

Rotary has focused its efforts in six areas, which reflect some of the most critical and widespread humanitarian needs. Fellows at the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center have the opportunity to gain expertise in all of the areas of focus. Read how alumni from the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center are promoting each of these areas.