Visiting Scholars Program
Each year, the Law School welcomes international visitors, including professors, judges, government officials and advanced research students. Each visitor enriches the intellectual life of the Law School, brings new insight to the students, promotes collaborative research with the faculty and builds reciprocal ties to international institutions and organizations.
Potential visiting scholars seeking to become a part of the Law School community through an extended research opportunity can submit the following information and materials via email to Yan Hong at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Visiting Scholar Application: Attention Yan Hong."
To be complete, an application must include the following:
- Personal Information: include your name, address, country and contact information.
- Intended length of residency at UConn Law and preferred dates.
- How you heard about UConn Law's Visiting Scholar program.
- Submit the following documents:
- Curriculum Vitae or resume;
- Research proposal;
- Statement as to why UConn Law is the appropriate affiliate, identifying at least one professor with whom you would prefer to collaborate.
- TOEFL Score or statements of English proficiency.
Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Visiting scholar applications will be determined on a rolling basis but no later than March 15 for the fall semester or September 15 for the spring semester.
We strongly encourage applications from our partner institutions, from applicants with a prior existing connection to UConn School of Law and from applicants supported by a funding mechanism such as Fulbright or other program.