Due to budget cuts, we regretfully will not be funding the Visiting Scholar-In-Residence program until further notice.
As part of its commitment to the deeper internationalization of Indiana University, the Center for the Study of Global Change has established a Visiting Scholar-In-Residence Program with support from the U.S. Department of Education (Title VI). As part of our academic community, the Visiting Scholar has the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues, conduct research, and teach. Our students and faculty, as well as the general community, benefit from new perspectives on global issues which the Visiting Scholar-in-Residence can provide through teaching, research, and outreach.
The Global Center welcomes nominations from all academic disciplines and professional schools for future Visiting Scholars-in-Residence.
Guidelines for Proposals
- Priority will be given to candidates whose teaching and research are broadly international and multi-disciplinary in scope and who can fill a disciplinary gap. Full semester residencies are preferred.
- Nominations should include a recent C.V. of the candidate and a list of proposed activities while in residence (e.g. teach a seminar, research and/or writing project, deliver a series of lectures, etc.)
- Awards can be combined with other funds from the applicant's department, program, or school.
- No specific deadline.
Applications and letters of support should be sent to:
Center for the Study of Global Change
201 N. Indiana Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47408-4001
Phone: (812) 856-5523
Fax: (812) 855-6271
Click here to view complete Visiting Scholars-in-Residence listing.