Arms Control Agency Funds Students This year the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency will award up to three Hubert H. Humphrey Doctoral Fellowships in Arms Control and Disarmament.

Named for the late Minnesota senator and vice president, who supported the agency's goals throughout his career, the one-year fellowships support advanced graduate students as they conduct dissertation research in fields relevant to arms control.

Eligible applicants come from a range of academic disciplines, including, but not limited to, physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, operations research, and psychology. Each applicant must submit a research proposal designed to contribute to a better understanding of disarmament issues. Proposals with direct policy or technical implications will receive first consideration.

Each fellow will receive a stipend of $5,000 plus payment of a maximum of $3,400 for applicable university tuition and fees for the 12-month term of the award.

The application deadline is March 15. For...

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