Student Clubs

With over 50 student organizations, Fletcher students have ample opportunities to get involved in extracurricular activities. Our groups range from student publications to student-led conferences, to affinity groups, to athletic organizations, to musical ensembles, and more! Below are the ISSP affiliated organizations.

Fletcher Armed Forces Club

Support and community for Veterans, Active Duty military, and Reservists at Fletcher.

Leadership: Ben Snider, Tyler Miller

Fletcher Security Review (FSR)

The Fletcher Security Review (FSR) is a print and online journal managed and edited entirely by Fletcher Students. FSR  aims to build on the school’s strong traditions of marrying theory with practice and fostering close interdisciplinary collaboration to act as an incubator for unique perspectives across a broad range of security issues. To see the work of FSR, visit our website.

Leadership: Rachel Goretsky, Dana Hatic

Fletcher Students in Security Studies (FSIS)

Fletcher Students in Security strives to address the cross-cutting and interdisciplinary issues that affect the international security field. Topics under consideration will range from human security, development, human rights, conflict resolution, negotiation, national security, environmental security, corporate risk, intelligence, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation (just to name a few). The objective of this group is to better enable the Fletcher student security community to tap into the world-wide security field. Events range from attracting visiting speakers to networking and job opportunities (academia, think tanks, the diplomatic corps, the intelligence community, the military, government, NGOs, international organizations, the media, and the private sector).

Leadership: TBD

Women in International Security (WIIS)

With more than 7,000 members in 47 countries, WIIS remains the only global network actively advancing women’s leadership, at all stages of their careers, in international peace and security. WIIS continues to serve its mission by producing research on women in peace and security careers; fostering women’s leadership development and mentoring support; and expanding the WIIS network of women and men. To subscribe to WIIS and become an expert in their network, please visit our website.

Leadership: Anastasia Kukunova