Applications now being accepted for the 2014 Studies in Grand Strategy class

September 24, 2013

Applications are now being accepted for Studies in Grand Strategy. Open to outstanding undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students, the Studies in Grand Strategy course is taught by Professors John Gaddis, Charles Hill, and Adam Tooze; with Ambassador John Negroponte, journalist David Brooks, and guest instructors, and is coordinated by the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy at International Security Studies.

  • study history’s greatest strategists spanning 2,500 years
  • interact with leading policy-makers and strategic thinkers
  • research and present briefs on today’s strategic challenges

Admission into the course is competitive – applications are due October 21, 2013. Course information and application forms can be found at the bottom of the “Grand Strategy” link under Programs at the top of the page.

An information session about the Grand Strategy seminar will be held on: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. in WLH room 116.