The Society Becomes the Foreign Affairs Council

Today, we’re changing the Delta Phi Epsilon Society for Foreign Affairs name to the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Affairs Council. Our new name underscores our organization’s role as a national network for professionals who appreciate the role of international relations in daily life, the importance of broadening public discourse, and the need to engage with (more…)

Delta Phi Epsilon Symposium Coming April 2018

Assessing Shifts in the International Order The Council’s 2018 Annual Symposium will take place in Washington, DC from Friday, April 6 to Saturday, April 7. This two-day conference brings together Society members, outside experts, and members of the general public to discuss topics in international relations and business. The event concludes with the annual members meeting (more…)

Diplomats Partner with DPE

The American Foreign Service Association, the professional association for the U.S. Foreign Service, and the Society for Foreign Affairs formally agreed to work together to connect members of the diplomatic corps with the public, students, and young professionals. This is the first of several partnerships the Society is pursuing as part of its mission to (more…)

Support Our Year-End Scholarship Campaign

Help Us Give Tomorrow's Leaders Their Start As 2017 comes to a close, we’re making a push to raise funds for the Society for Foreign Affairs’ National Scholarship Endowment! Read on to learn how to support tomorrow’s foreign policy leaders by making a deductible donation before the end of the tax year. How to Support (more…)

Society Now Accepting World Bank Event Proposals

This October, the Society for Foreign Affairs returns to the World Bank Civil Society Policy Forum and World Bank-International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings in Washington, DC. In preparation for our next delegation, submissions are now open for large and small-group events at the World Bank. If you have a topic that you would like to (more…)

New Look Coming Fall 2017

This September, the Society for Foreign Affairs is making some big changes to the way it connects with the public and Delta Phi Epsilon members. As our organization continues to grow, we’re preparing to launch a new name and look for the Society. These changes will help us more effectively position our organization as a (more…)

Society Releases 2016-2017 Development Report

Today the Society released its first-ever annual report, providing an overview of the first 12 months of the Society’s growth and operations. The report also previews coming program developments, as the Society’s members prepare to launch the Society’s Annual Symposium, Journal of Foreign Affairs, scholarships, grants, and public policy program. The Society has taken great (more…)

Society Begins Leadership Search

The Society for Foreign Affairs is searching for distinguished Delta Phi Epsilon alumni and outside experts and stakeholders to join the nonprofit’s leadership. As the Society’s President reaches out to stakeholders and supporters, the Society seeks help from members and the community to identify strong candidates for to lead the nonprofit or provide advice during (more…)

Volunteer Opportunities

The Society is growing and developing more ambitious programs, and we need help from creative, energetic, and ambitious people to make sure everything works. Below are opportunities for five or more volunteers to join our Central Staff. Take a look and let us know if you can help! Many of these positions offer great ways (more…)

Delta Phi Epsilon Goes to the World Bank

On April 18-21, 2017 in Washington, DC, the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund will hold their Civil Society Policy Forum. Access to the Forum is limited to representatives of recognized Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), and as a CSO the Delta Phi Epsilon Society’s members are free to attend. Here’s how members can take (more…)