Grinnell's academic departments regularly invite international visiting fellows to campus to teach a short course or team-teach an existing course. The Center for International Studies (CIS) funds approximately five visits per year and also collaborates with departments to bring year-long visiting faculty.
Current Academic Year Visiting International Faculty
Nanjing Visiting Chinese Instructor, Qian GAO, Department of Chinese and Japanese
Waseda Visiting Japanese Instructor, Nodoka Kuwabara, Department of Chinese and Japanese
AUC Visiting Arabic Instructor, Sahar Ramadan, Department of French and Arabic
2015-2016 Short-Term International Visiting Scholars
Dhananjay Singh, India, hosted by Shuchi Kapila, Departments of English and theater
Manuel Gadella, Spain, Heath Professor, hosted by the Department of Physics
Marianna Goncharova, Ukraine, Russian Writer-in-Residence, hosted by Anatoly Vishevsky, Department of Russian
Short-Term International Visiting Scholars Program Guidelines
Identify a Scholar or Artist - International Visiting Fellows are typically identified by Grinnell faculty. However, the CIS will help identify suitable scholars and artists using its own international network of universities and contacts.
Honorarium and subsidies - Each visiting fellow receives a $1000 honorarium for each week of teaching at the College. CIS also pays for flights and ground transportation and provides housing and a food allowance during the fellow's stay in Grinnell.
Lengths of stay - Fellows generally stay between three and six weeks. The CIS director can discuss special requests for a longer visit.
For more information, contact Lynn Stafford in the Center for International Studies.