Fulbright TAU Senior Scholars Nominations

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  • Framework of Visits

    There are several IAS frameworks for bringing visitors to the University, and the "Fulbright TAU Senior Scholars" framework is reserved for U.S. citizens only, with an academic rank of Assistant professor or higher.

     

    Fulbright TAU Fellowship will be carried out at TAU and awarded to candidates who have been selected by the United States-Israel Educational Foundation (USIEF) and by the TAU Institute of Advanced Studies board committee. In keeping with the goals and principles of the two partners, the criteria for selection of grant recipients will be academic excellence and proven leadership capabilities.

     

    The "Fulbright TAU Senior Scholars" Program is co-administered by the IAS and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) on behalf of the Department of State. More details on the program and on the submission of applications may be found on the CIES website. Those interested may also contact the CIES staff member responsible for the Middle East region for further information on the application process at middleeastnorthafrica@iie.org.

  • How to

    Time Table

    Applying to the program should be done through the “Fulbright U.S Scholar Program”. For full details on the application process, please see the CIES website.

     

    In general, decisions concerning “Fulbright TAU Senior Scholars” will be made in Tel Aviv University one academic year before their expected visit (i.e. the Scholars are elected for the academic year starting in the following October).

     

    Confirmed Visitors

    Following confirmation of a nominated Scholar, the Institute will notify the originator(s) of the nomination, and send a letter of invitation to the confirmed candidate. Confirmed Scholars are expected to coordinate the timing of their visit with their faculty hosts, with Fulbright US, as well as with the IAS.

     

    The IAS staff will take care of logistics in the campus, and assist the host in organizing and announcing any academic program associated with the visit.
     

    Faculties are expected to take care of the academic schedule and the on-campus needs of their visitors, including office space and computer services.

     

    For further information on stipend and benefits, we invite you see the CIES website or contact CIES staff member responsible for the Middle East region at middleeastnorthafrica@iie.org.

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