Kokkalis Fellowships 2012-Call for Applications

Eligible to apply for a Kokkalis Fellowship are natives of Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey, who are applying to one of the following Master’s degrees at Harvard Kennedy School:


The New 2011 Kokkalis Fellows at Harvard

Angel Kelchev is third from the right

Kokkalis Fellow Angel Kelchev launches youth tech, business, and language education program in Bulgaria

Kokkalis Fellow publishes study on financial crisis alongside HKS Professor Jeffrey Frankel

The paper focuses on the effectiveness of indicators of economic crisis and "suggests that central bank reserves and past movements in the real exchange rate are the two leading indicators that have proven the most useful in explaining crisis incidence across different countries and crises in the past."

2010 Career Updates from Kokkalis Program Alumni

Harvard Kennedy School Magazine Winter 2010 edition honors the vision and commitment of Socrates and Eleni Kokkalis in supporting Public Service

Athens, 2 March 2010 - An article in the winter 2010 issue of Harvard Kennedy School Magazine entitled Supporting the Future of Public Service features special reporting on the principles and achievements of the Kokkalis Program at Harvard University and its commitment to promoting opportunities for leaders from Southeastern Europe to pursue a career in Public Service.

Serbian Foreign Minister and Kokkalis Fellow alum Vuk Jeremic profiled in the New York Times

The New York Times interviews and profiles Vuk Jeremic in a piece that focuses on Serbia's ever westward shifting foreign policy.
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