Jaffrey, NH – The Andrew W. Marshall Foundation (AWMF) has just launched the Andrew W. Marshall Fellow program, which in 2021-22 hosts the first Fellow at the Center for Security and Emerging Technology. CSET has selected Benjamin Chang as the 2021-2022 Andrew W. Marshall Fellow. Mr. Chang specializes in the impact of artificial intelligence on the global military balance. He is currently completing his Ph.D. in international relations and security studies at MIT.
Fellows receive the opportunity to work on a topic of deep importance to the long-term security of the United States. In keeping with the spirit of Andrew Marshall’s legacy, Fellows have great freedom to select their topic and are expected to think broadly, creatively, and break new analytical ground. Fellows are valued for their original thinking and spend their fellowship conducting research and producing written work. They are expected to make substantial contributions to U.S. and international security over the course of their careers. This program honors the legacy of Andrew W. Marshall, the first Director of Net Assessment.
Read the full news release at The Andrew W. Marshall Foundation.