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Call for Applications: Due January 25, 2013

By IIE-Scholar Rescue Fund

The Institute of International Education's (IIE) Scholar Rescue Fund (SRF) is pleased to announce a call for applications from scholars facing threats to their lives or academic work. Fellowships support temporary academic positions at colleges, universities and other research institutions outside their home countries anywhere in the world.

SRF Global Briefing: Spring-Summer 2012

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Call for Applications: Due July 29

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Fellowship Announcement:  Applications due January 25, 2013

Roundtable Discussion with SRF Scholars


On Wednesday, September 22, 2010 the Scholar Rescue Fund hosted a breakfast roundtable discussion at IIE’s headquarters...

World-Renowned Biologist and Amazon Researcher Marc van Roosmalen Joins Bard College as a SRF Visiting Scholar and Gives Public Talk on October 26

By Jennifer Wai-Lan Huang


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Call For Applications: Fellowships for Threatened Scholars

Applications due October 4, 2010!  Click the link below to apply. Questions? Contact

Scholar Rescue in the Modern World Book Signing Event

As part of the SRF Hite Foundation Chair Scholar Lecture Series, an SRF scholar from Zimbabwe, Professor Eric Shumba addressed a group of over 200 undergraduate students at SUNY Ulster Community College...

Scholar Rescue in the Modern World Book Signing Event


Over 100 Friends of IIE, IIE Board of Trustees, Fulbright Alumni and donors gathered on Monday, January 25th 2010 to celebrate the recent publication of Scholar Rescue in the Modern World.

IIE/SRF Visiting Scholar Workshops in Jordan


IIE/SRF visiting scholars in the MENA region are invited to participate in training workshops to take place January 4-8 in Amman, Jordan.

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By IIE Scholar Rescue Fund

SRF is now accepting applications for fellowships for threatened scholars.  Please submit materials by January 15, 2010. Click below to learn more!

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