As part of the College of Education’s ongoing commitment to international dialogue with colleagues from around the world who share common interests, we welcome visiting scholars who wish to study and pursue research appropriate to our teaching and research scope. 
We receive many requests for visiting scholar appointments and can only accommodate a limited number of visitors at a given time. Please see the following links for more information:

Visiting scholars can expect that their affiliation with our College will entitle them to library access privileges, and that they will be welcome at all College activities, colloquia, lectures, etc., and to visit appropriate classes at the discretion of the individual instructors.

Prospective visitors should note that the College does not provide any kind of financial support, telephone or computer facilities, mail box or office space to Visiting Scholars. Visitors are required to cover their own expenses in all respects.

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