UNC-IDB Strategic Studies Fellows Program
Developing a Fellowship of Strategic Leaders
Equipped to Address the Complex Issues of Tomorrow
The UNC-IDB Strategic Studies Fellows Program (SSFP) is a truly broadening leadership experience dedicated to enhancing critical and strategic thinking skills. It is designed to increase the knowledge base for U.S. Military Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs), federal government personnel, and private sector employees.
The UNC-IDB SSFP is administered by the Institute for Defense and Business (IDB) in collaboration with the University of North Carolina (UNC) Partnership for National Security, Indiana University (IU), the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security (TCTHS), and the Triangle Institute for Security Studies (TISS).
Upon graduation, the students will receive a joint certificate from the IDB and UNC, 1.5 graduate-level academic credit hours from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, and membership into the growing network of UNC-IDB Strategic Studies Fellows.
2015 SSFP Course Dates
Application Deadline for U.S. Army Participants: April 3
Application Deadline for non-US Army Participants: May 29
Program Dates: July 6 - August 1 (New)
“The ‘takeaways’ we each have now are not the end state for this course –those takeaways are seeds planted that will cultivate as we go forward in our careers. This course will continue to resonate with each of us throughout the rest of our time in the Army.” –U.S. Army Captain Candace Fisher, UNC-IDB SSFP Class of 2012