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BtG-OUP Book Series

The inaugural book of our series with Oxford by Matthew Kroenig, to be released 2/22!

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IPSI

Applications for our June 2018 International Policy Summer Institute are now open!

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Policy Engagement Fellowship

Learn about our Policy Engagement Fellowship: Applications are now OPEN!

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Bridging the Gap in the Media

In addition to our scholars regular media engagement, we have a Duck of Minerva blog!

About Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap promotes an informed and engaged public discourse on U.S. and global foreign policy challenges and solutions. We offer training and advocate for academics to pursue policy-relevant research and theoretically grounded policy work. Bridging the Gap simultaneously engages policymakers in the work of political scientists and scholars of international relations.

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Join us for the Bridging the Gap Reception at the International Studies Association @isanet Conference on Friday, April 06. RSVP via Eventbrite: https://t.co/owWOHZHA3Q

great to see more and more efforts to bridge the academic and policy worlds, along with our @BtGProjectDC https://t.co/VxYZO4sANC

Prof. @triskodarden examines what a US "friends only" approach to foreign assistance looks like in the @UN and its effectiveness https://t.co/4uSV2XWqyt

Congrats to @kroenig on release of his new book; the first in our @BtGProjectDC #OUP book series cc: @BWJ777

Be like @JeffDColgan @sarahsunnbush @laurenrprather @shifrinson - get @BtGProjectDC funding and support to promote your policy-relevant work https://t.co/YviqoY9fXf

Great opportunity for individuals interested in policy-relevant research. @BtGProjectDC will support 3 Policy Engagement Fellows, who will each receive a stipend of $3,000. Applications must be submitted by February 18. Learn more: https://t.co/cnyzsn9Nwz

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Bridging the Gap Professional Development Institutes

Our institutes are designed to train, develop and mentor scholars who seek to pursue policy-relevant research and theoretically grounded policy work. The New Era Workshop (NEW) is open to doctoral students and recent PhDs and is held in March. The International Policy Summer Institute (IPSI) is open to professors of all ranks and post-docs and is held at American University in June.