CORNELL UNIVERSITY: Cornell Institute for European Studies - Regional Visiting Fellow Program

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Description: The Institute for European Studies offers appointments as Regional Visiting Fellows to faculty at two- and four-year colleges in upstate New York who are engaged in teaching or research in any area of modern European studies. Candidates must have a Ph.D. and be either a U.S. citizen or a resident alien to be eligible for this appointment. Appointments last for one year, with the possibility for renewal for up to three years. While this competitive program does not provide financial support to the fellow, it supports individual research as well as curriculum development in European Studies by putting rare library resources at the fellow’s fingertips and increasing opportunities for collegiality through Cornell affiliation. The program also benefits Cornell by helping to fulfill the university-wide commitment to outreach and strengthening the Institute's growing role as a center of research, leadership, and resources for trans-European Studies. Deadline: Applications are accepted throughout the year.