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Graduate Fellowship Program - University Partners
Rangel Fellows can use their fellowships to attend any graduate program at a U.S. university that is approved by the Rangel Program. Rangel Fellows currently attend graduate programs around the country. However, there are a number of graduate programs that have agreed in advance to provide financial assistance, in addition to the $21,500 for tuition and $16,000 for a stipend that the Rangel Program awards each year. Because the universities themselves provide these benefits, students should work directly with the key contact points at each university to confirm all aspects of this assistance. The universities recommend that you include the fact that you are applying for the Rangel Fellowship in your application. Rangel Fellows are not limited to attending these programs, and other universities provide assistance to Rangel Fellows on a case-by-case basis.

Potential applicants can request a list of the universities and their offers by e-mailing the Rangel Program at rangelprogram@howard.edu.

These university partners are:
  • Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School
    Contact: John Templeton, Assistant Dean for Graduate Admissions, jtemple@princeton.edu
  • Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs
    Contact: Grace Han, Director for Admissions, SIPA, gh2122@columbia.edu
  • Georgetown University, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS)
    Contact: Tennille Haegele, Director for Admissions, msfsinfo@georgetown.edu
  • Tufts University, The Fletcher School
    Contact: Laurie Hurley, Director for Admissions and Financial Aid, laurie.hurley@tufts.edu
  • University of Denver, Josef Korbel Graduate School of International Studies
    Contact: Robert MacDonald, Executive Director of Enrollment, Robert.MacDonald@du.edu 
  • Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy
    Contact: Jessica Pan, Director of Admissions and Financial , Jessica.Pan@Duke.edu
  • Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
    Contact: Christine M. Omolino, Associate Director, Department of Public Administration, comolino@maxwell.syr.edu
  • Johns Hopkins University, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
    Contact: Sidney Jackson, Director of Admissions, admissions.sais@jhu.edu
  • University of Texas at Austin, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
    Contact: Megan Murphy, Director, Office of Student and Alumni Programs, megan.murphy@austin.utexas.edu
  • University of California - San Diego, School of Global Policy and Strategy
    Contact: Sonja Steinbrech, Director of Recruitment and Admissions, sonja@ucsd.edu
  • University of Michigan, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
    Contact: Beth Soboloski, Director of Admissions, bsobo@umich.edu
  • American University, School of International Service
    Contact: Rebecca Davis, Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions and Director of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives, 202-885-2496 rebeccad@american.edu
  • American University, School of Public Affairs
    Contact: Jennifer Forney, Assistant Dean of Graduate Enrollment, forney@american.edu, 202-885-6248
  • University of California - Berkeley, Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy
    Contact: Martha Chavez, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, martha_chavez@berkeley.edu
  • Florida International University, School of International and Public Affairs
  • Contact:  Marta Torres-Berlingeri, torremar@fiu.edu
  • The New School,  The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy
    Contact: Merida Escandon, Director of Admission, 212-229-5150, escandom@newschool.edu
  • University of California - Berkeley, Master of Development Practice 
    Contact:  Eunice Kim, Program Administrator, 510-642-1585eunicemikim@berkeley.edu
  • Cornell University, Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA)
    Contact:  Thomas O'Toole, Executive Director, 607-255-6668, tjo22@cornell.edu
  • University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
    Contact: Allyson Hill, Associate Dean of Admissions, allysonh@usc.edu, 213-821-0766
  • Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University Center for International Development Master of International Development Policy 
    Contact: Cheryl Bailey, Program Coordinator, Admissions, Cheryl.bailey@duke.edu, 919-613-9281
  • John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 
    Contact:  Stephanie Streletz, Director of HKS Financial Services, 617-496-9078, stephanie_streletz@hks.harvard.edu 
  • Middlebury Instite of International Studies at Monterey
    Contact: Jill Stoffers, Senior Director of Institutional Partnerships, 831-647-6571, Jill.stoffers@miis.edu
  • Rutgers University, Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
    Contact: Lynn Astorga, Assistant Director for Student Recruitment, LAstorga@Rutgers.edu, 848-932-2388
  • The George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs
    Contact: Nicole Campbell, Director of Graduate Admissions, esiagrad@gwu.edu, 202-994-7050
  • Boston University, Fredrick S. Pardee School of Global Studies
    Contact: Holly Chase, Manager of Graduate Programs, hlcchase@bu.edu, 617-358-8625
  • Pepperdine University, The School of Public Policy
    Contact: Melinda vaan Hemert, Assistant Dean for Admission and Student Services, Melinda.Vaanhemert@pepperdine.edu, 310-506-7493
  • Indiana University - Bloomington, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
    Contact: Megan Siehl, Director of Graduate Student Services, msiehl@indiana.edu, 812-855-2840
     

 

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