Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program
You have served two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer and had experiences of a lifetime that no one can take away from you. Why not go the extra step and enhance those practical experiences with a Master's degree? Kennesaw State University's Master of Science in International Policy Management provides an excellent opportunity for you to continuing your studies.
As is indicated at the Peace Corps website, for many Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows, this is an opportunity to combine academic and professional endeavors with your desire to work in underserved communities. At the same time, it allows the Fellow to reintegrate into a community and do something meaningful after his or her experience abroad.
Through the Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program at KSU you will receive a tuition waiver and stipend for fall and spring semesters. The program offers Graduate Research Assistantships to Peace Corps Fellows for up to four academic semesters in this degree program.
If you would like more information, please visit Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program.
There is a two-part application process. First, a prospective student should apply for admission to the MSIPM program. Next, the prospective student should complete a Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program application. In order to receive full consideration, both applications should be received by April 1.
Peace Corps Fellows' applications will be reviewed in April and notification of award(s) will be sent by May 1. Acceptance into the MSIPM program does not guarantee automatic acceptance into KSU's Coverdell Fellows program.
For more information about the Fellows Program please contact:
Brandon D. Lundy, Ph.D.
Associate Director of the School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development
Associate Professor of Anthropology
The Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Committee will review all applications and contact candidates no later than May 31. Admission into the MSIPM is a prerequisite for Fellows consideration.