Past Fellows

A full list of fellows is available upon request.

In the spotlight

Dr. Dirk Göpffarth

Dirk Goepffarth

Dr. Dirk Göpffarth will be a DAAD/AICGS fellow from March until May 2012. His research compares the approaches in Germany and the United States in achieving accessibility, affordability, and quality of health care through financial arrangements. With the Affordable Care Act, the U.S. is implementing a similar regulatory framework as in the… Read more >

Ms. Tonia Bieber

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Ms. Tonia Bieber is a research fellow at DFG-funded Collaborative Research Center 597 “Transformations of the State” at the University of Bremen, and a PhD candidate at the Bremen International School of Social Sciences promoted by the German Excellence Initiative. Ms. Bieber holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management from… Read more >

Ms. Melanie Diermann

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NRW School of Governace, 2009.
Topic: “Governmental Communication Strategies: Comparing the U.S. and Germany”

Mr. Philipp Offergeld

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NRW School of Governace, 2009.
Topic: “Comparing Structural Changes in North Rhine-Westphalia and Pennsylvania”

Ms. Sophia Schönborn

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NRW School of Governance, 2010.
Topic: “Concepts and Communications Strategies for Adapting to the Negative Effects of Climate Change at the Local Level”

Mr. Marcel Solar

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NRW School of Governance, 2010.
Topic: “Direct Democracy at the State Level in the U.S. – Lessons for the Debate in North Rhine-Westphalia”

Mr. Andreas Jueschke

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NRW School of Governance, 2011.
Topic: “Escaping Paralysis – the American Way of Insolvency at the Local Level. A Model for NRW?”

Ms. Marion Steinkamp

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NRW School of Governance, 2011.
Topic: “Escaping Paralysis – the American Way of Insolvency at the Local Level. A Model for NRW?”

Mr. Jan Treibel

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NRW School of Governance, 2011.
Topic: “Public Leadership in US-States: How Governors Lead in the Public Arena”

Mr. Henning Borggraefe

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Ruhr-University Bochum – 2011
Research on “Compensation as a Mechanism of Reconciliation? Lessons from the German Payments for Nazi Forced and Slave Labor.”

Mr. Bongseok Han

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Sung kyun kwan University, South Korea – 2011
Research on the “Territorial Nationalism and Korean Residents in the United States: Focusing On the Dokdo Movements in Washington, DC”

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