ISD directs a number of competitive programs for both undergraduates and graduate students that support significant research on a critical policy issue, and provide necessary financial support to full-time students at SFS.
The Donald F. McHenry Global Public Service Fellows Program seeks to enhance Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service recruitment of exceptionally qualified graduate students from all communities within the US and globally who are committed to careers in transformational global public service. Click here to learn more about the McHenry Fellowship.
ISD Fellows in Diplomacy
The ISD Fellows in Diplomacy program provides academic credit and a non-service stipend or merit-based tuition scholarship to selected BSFS and graduate SFS students who wish to pursue independent research projects that focus on ongoing and emerging diplomatic issues. Click here to learn more about the ISD Fellows in Diplomacy.
The two-year Edward Weintal Foreign Service Scholarships are awarded to incoming MSFS students based on overall merit and strength of their application. Click here to learn more about the Weintal Scholarship.
Porter Travel Grant
The Horace Porter Endowment supports research on issues of international relations, foreign policy, strategy and/or diplomacy that is directly related to an SFS academic requirement, e.g. a capstone requirement, or would otherwise substantially benefit a student’s academic development. Click here to learn more about the Porter Travel Grant.