On Monday, the Chronicle of Higher Education published a report on one of the directors of our sister organization, the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity. Please take a moment to read the article and the following statement from the Council's Board of Governors:
Statement from the Board - July 25, 2018
As part of our mission to support the practice and study of foreign affairs, we're launching a grant program for educators and researchers in the Delta Phi Epsilon community. The Faculty Grant Program will support projects that improve secondary and postsecondary education, public understanding of international affairs, and professional development
The Phonecian, the peer-reviewed journal of international relations and business for the Foreign Affairs Council, is now accepting articles for its inaugural issue. The Council is also searching for volunteer editors and reviewers. Submit your articles by May 30, and contact Julian Waller, Managing Editor, for details.
Call for Submissions
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