The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) is pleased to welcome Dr. Jaehan Park as our Postdoctoral Fellow and Leyla Tiglay as our Predoctoral Fellow for the 2021-22 academic year. Park completed his PhD at Johns Hopkins University in August 2021, and Tiglay joins us from the Ohio State University.
Park previously was a nonresident James A. Kelly fellow at Pacific Forum. He holds an MA in international relations from SAIS and a BA in business administration from Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. Tiglay is a PhD student at Ohio State University focusing on the international history of the Cold War and decolonization. She is an interdisciplinary scholar trained in political science and history. Previously, she held several fellowships, including Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme Graduate Research Fellowship (2020-2021) and Mershon Center International Security Studies Fellowship (2020-2021). Prior to that, she worked as a diplomat in the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and lived in various countries, including Belgium, Cameroon, and the United Kingdom.
The CGS Fellows program supports one predoctoral and one postdoctoral fellow in residence at the Bush School of Government and Public Service. The Center is particularly interested in scholars who are engaging with the fundamental questions surrounding grand strategy: How should the national interest be defined? What are the threats to the national interest? How should the United States use its power in response? We invite scholars of political science, history, and other relevant disciplines to apply for the fellowships.
Visit the CGS Fellowships page for more information about their work.