As part of its global mission to improve the quality of public policymaking through research, teaching, and policy engagement, the Sanford School of Public Policy hosts both short- and long-term Visiting Scholars on a highly selective basis.
About Visiting Professorships
Preference is given to requests from universities and other research and public policy-oriented organizations with which the School has collaborative institutional relationships. Contact us and include:
- research proposal
- indication of faculty with which you would like to work
- confirmation that funding will be sufficient to cover monthly subsistence costs, health insurance, and the School’s administrative fee (which is based on the length of the Scholar’s visit)
Want to become a visiting scholar? Contact us!
Annalisa Kristofferson manages the Magdalena Yesil Visiting Professorship (Armenia).
Magdalena Yesil Visiting Professor
We are interested in attracting qualified faculty from Armenian universities to apply for a visiting professorship to conduct research and provide lectures. For example, Robert Khachatryan is a Magdalena Yesil Visiting Professor. He has experience in higher education governance, policy development, and quality assurance. He has taught and consulted for different entities including the World Bank.