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Visiting Researchers

Guest Scholars and Research Visitors

Guest Scholars and Research Visitors are from other institutions who are granted temporary status at the University of Notre Dame. Although these appointments carry no financial assistance, the Institute can provide support services that may help in research. Both affiliations have access to the library, email and secure Internet, and other University facilities and services. On a space-available basis, shared office space and/or an on-campus apartment may be offered upon request.

Guest Scholars

Individual must be visiting from an outside institution or organization; must be a recognized expert in his or her field, who are visiting/collaborating with Kellogg Faculty Fellows and the full source of financial support is a source external to the University of Notre Dame (e.g. home institution, Fulbright, personal funds, etc).

A Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow must agree to serve as sponsor to the application and willing to serve as the guest’s faculty host for facilitating interactions on campus. Applicants must provide a CV and a proposal that clearly explains the particular benefits that will be gained or a research plan with expected goals to be achieved by a period of appointment at the Kellogg Institute and University of Notre Dame.

Typically, the period will be up to one semester-term during the academic year. Preference is given to scholars who are engaged in work directly related to our research themes or working collaboratively with an Institute faculty fellow or ND researchers.


Graduate Research Visitors

Individual is a pre-doctoral graduate student registered at an educational institution that is not the University of Notre Dame, pursuing research related to their degree program. A Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow must agree to serve as a sponsor to the application and agree to mentor the graduate research visitor and facilitate interactions on campus.

Applicants must provide a CV, a proposal that clearly explains a research plan, and a letter with expected goals to be achieved by a period of appointment at the Kellogg Institute and University of Notre Dame. Typically, the period will be up to a one semester-term during the academic year.

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Calendar

Upcoming Events

Monday

February 19
Kellogg International Scholars Program Meeting
Undergraduate Programs

Tuesday

February 20
Pope Francis’s Vision of International Politics and Diplomacy
Seminars/Lectures
Jodok Troy
February 20
Reading Group on Lying and Truthfulness - Feb 20 Meeting
Working Groups, Reading Group on Lying and Truthfulness

Wednesday

February 21
Lynching and the Politics of State Formation in POst-Revolutionary Puebla (1930-1950)
Working Groups, Peace, Conflict, Crime & Violence Workshop
Gema Santamaría

Thursday

February 22
The Art of Political Murder: Who Killed Bishop Gerardi?
Seminars/Lectures
Francisco Goldman