HOST A THREATENED SCHOLAR
ON YOUR CAMPUS
very day, scholars in some part of the world face censorship, harassment, arrest or violence at the hands of their governments
or militant members of their societies who see scholarly efforts to promote critical thinking, dialogue and wider understanding
as a threat to their authority and control.
Working with colleges, universities and other research institutions, the Institute of International Education's Scholar Rescue Fund
(IIE-SRF) assists scholars facing threats or danger in their home countries by providing them with temporary academic positions and
a safe environment in which to live and work.
Interested in hosting an IIE-SRF scholar on your campus?
IIE-SRF asks that the host institution play an integral role in the fellowships and requests the following:
In-kind contributions may also be included in a support package and will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Contact IIE-SRF to receive more information and a list of scholars seeking placement.
information such as the CV, reference letters, publications and teaching experience.
Nominate a scholar who needs support.
IIE-SRF accepts nominations directly from candidates and from third party nominators.
IIE-SRF would like to thank our host partners for their support in 2013
www.scholarrescuefund.org / email@example.com
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