Crossley Public Opinion Research Scholarship

Thanks to the generous support of a friend of the Josef Korbel School, the Crossley Public Opinion Endowed Scholarship was created to help Korbel students gain a background, and experience in, public opinion research.

To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must submit an essay no later than March 24, 2014. Scholarship recipients can pursue any MA degree at the Korbel School but will be required to take elective credits in survey research methodology, international public opinion and American public opinion related to foreign affairs.  One scholarship in the amount of $10,000 will be awarded to an incoming student at the Josef Korbel School.

Along with the tuition scholarship, recipients will be awarded internship funding to ensure they gain practical skills and work experience in the public opinion field.

Scholarship Essay Details

Essay Question: Please provide a 500 word essay that answers the following question:

“Describe the advice you would give the president’s national security advisor and the National Security Council concerning U.S. public opinion and its importance and relevance on the negotiations with Iran pertaining to their nuclear program.”

Essay Deadline: March 24, 2014 08:00AM MST

Format: Please submit your essay as a .PDF document with your FIRST and LAST name as the file title.

Submission: Please submit your final essays to isadm@du.edu.

Best of luck with your essay and I hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity!

Brad Miller

Director of Admissions

Josef Korbel School of International Studies

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