Programs Overview

The Clements Center offers a range of programs for undergraduate students, graduate students, and UT scholars that address the teaching and research of history, strategy, and statecraft. 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS:

  • In partnership with the world-renowned War Studies Department at King's College London, the "The U.S., U.K., and World Order" provides exemplary undergraduate students the opportunity to learn firsthand about the Anglo-American tradition of history and strategic studies. The program is taught at King's College and includes visits to historic battlefields and other important landmarks in Anglo-American history. 
  • The Undergraduate Fellows Program supports students interested in national security careers through reading groups, meetings with distinguished scholars and policy leaders, and professional mentorship. 
  • The Summer Student Development Fund supports students who have secured unpaid internships in fields related to defense and foreign policy. This helps launch students in careers in national security. Click here to view information about internship opportunities. 
  • Grants in History and Statecraft are awarded to UT students and professors for research and presentations at academic conferences. 

GRADUATE PROGRAMS:

  • The Clements Summer Seminar in History and Statecraft brings together graduate students from leading universities (non-UT) to explore the connections between statecraft and history. Sessions are also devoted to professional development for academic and policy careers.
  • The Graduate Portfolio Program in Security Studies is a transcript-recognized credential for students who complete an interdisciplinary focus in security studies. 
  • The Graduate Fellows Program builds a multi-disciplinary community of PhD students by bringing them together for monthly meetings to discuss research and listen to guest speakers. 
  • The Summer Student Development Fund supports students who have secured unpaid internships in fields related to defense and foreign policy. This helps launch students in careers in national security. Click here to view information about internship opportunities. 
  • Grants in History and Statecraft are awarded to UT students and professors for research and presentations at academic conferences.
  • Clements Postdoctoral Fellowships are granted to promising young scholars to study and teach at the university. These fellowships support the next generation of national security scholars.
  • Grants in History and Statecraft are awarded to UT students and professors for research and presentations at academic conferences. 

 To learn more about these programs, click on the links on the right.