Programs for Visiting (Non-U.S.) Scholars
The following programs support the research and teaching of scholars visiting colleges and universities in the United States. These programs offer joint collaborative opportunities with U.S. Scholars.
Core Scholar Program
Each year some 800 faculty and professionals from around the world receive Fulbright Scholar grants for advanced research and university lecturing in the United States. Individuals who meet the eligibility requirements apply for grants through the Fulbright commission/foundation or public affairs section of the U.S. embassy in their home countries. For deadlines, please contact your country's Fulbright commission or the public affairs section of the U.S. embassy.
Fulbright NEXUS Regional Scholar Program
The Fulbright NEXUS Program will provide a platform for program participants to engage in collaborative thinking, analysis, problem-solving and multi-disciplinary research. The emphasis will be placed on climate change adaptation strategies and public policy focused research ventures that examine strategies to cope with climate variability. Up to 20 individuals from the Western Hemisphere region will engage in team-based research. Deadline: April 1, 2014
Council for International Exchange
of Scholars (CIES) provides travel
awards through the Occasional Lecturer
Fund, which enable Fulbright
Visiting Scholars who are currently
in the U.S. to accept guest lecturing
invitations at colleges and universities. Deadline: None
Fulbright Visiting Scholar Enrichment Programs
The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program provides a variety of enrichment activities throughout the academic year, which are intended to further the Fulbright Program’s goal of increasing mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and people of other countries. These activities, including enrichment seminars, benefit Fulbright Visiting Scholars who have received Fulbright Scholar grants for advanced research and university lecturing in the United States. Proposals are due by Friday, June 14, 2013
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