China Policy Fellowship

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China Policy Fellowship

Promoting research on topics of prominence to the U.S. China policy agenda and strengthening U.S.-China relations.

About the China Policy Fellowship

The China Policy Fellowship brings to Shorenstein APARC leading professionals and scholars from Asia and the United States to engage in research on contemporary China affairs and/or U.S.-China policy, with the broad aim of strengthening U.S.-China relations. Candidates should be mid-career to senior-level experts with extensive research experience and influence in the policymaking process.  

In addition to regularly participating in APARC’s and the China Program’s activities, the China Policy Fellow will undertake original research in his/her area of expertise and will also play a lead role in organizing a major conference at Stanford on a topic of prominence on the U.S.-China policy agenda. It is expected that each fellow’s work and annual conference will result in a published product such as a book, a policy brief, a report, or a collection of conference proceedings. The China Policy Fellow is expected to be in residence full-time at Stanford.

Appointments will begin in the fall quarter of the academic year. The China Policy Fellow will be provided a monthly stipend to be dispersed over the 9-month appointment period. This position is not benefits-eligible.

Fellowship Applications

Applications for the China Policy Fellowship are currently closed.

For general inquiries, please contact:

Callista Wells
Program Coordinator, China Program
Shorenstein APARC
(650) 724-9632
cvwells@stanford.edu