The APSA Diversity Fellowship Program, formerly the Minority Fellowship Program, was established in 1969 as a fellowship competition to diversify the political science profession. DFP provides support to students from underrepresented backgrounds applying to, or in the early stages of, a PhD program in political science. The goal of the program is to increase the number of scholars from minoritized backgrounds in the discipline and ultimately the professoriate. APSA has once again awarded a new cycle to provide support for PhD students currently in their first or second year as of Spring 2022. Please join us in congratulating the 2022-2023 class of fellows!
Jalen Campbell is a second year student at Temple University’s doctoral program of political science, fields of study is American Politics, and Comparative Politics. Research is centered on autocracy in American politics, specifically this research analyzes democratic backsliding from the Presidency, State governments, and the public. Teaching experience includes the American Political system, and the American Presidency. Academic achievements include a publication in the Gettysburg Social Science Review, won the Continuity of Government Student Paper Competition, and presented at the NCOBPS conference in 2022. Future goal is to have a balanced career between academia and politics.