Support Public Engagement in Foreign Affairs
The Delta Phi Epsilon Society for Foreign Affairs seeks to improve both the practice and public understanding of foreign policy in today’s globalized world. The Society brings together members of government, business, and academia to study problems in foreign policy and international trade and to mentor and support students pursuing careers in foreign affairs. This work reaches the public through policy forums, educational events, analytical reports, and publication of the Delta Phi Epsilon Journal of Foreign Service.
The Society relies on a combination of member dues and gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations to maintain its programs and develop new resources for students, policy makers, and the general public.
General contributions to the Annual Fund are welcome. Gifts may also be designated for the Society’s National Scholarship Endowment, research projects, grants, and fellowships. Named lectures, fellowships, and other programs may be designed with the Society’s development team.
Support the Annual Fund
Gifts to the Annual Fund provide unrestricted funds essential to maintaining the Society’s core programming, including the Society’s lecture series, the annual Symposium, research and analysis, publications, and public outreach. The Annual Fund also supports the development of new grants, fellowships, and other programs.
Support the National Scholarship Endowment
Support the Delta Phi Epsilon Society National Scholarship Endowment
Gifts to the Endowment provide restricted funds to support annual scholarship awards for undergraduate and graduate students through the Emerging Research Award. Endowment funds are also used to create new scholarship programs.