The Distinguished Scholar will conduct research and teach within areas that are relevant to understanding of the Arctic and High North regions at any institution of higher education or research in Norway. The Distinguished Scholar is expected to engage with faculty inside and outside the host institution(s), give public lectures and lead seminars, as well as supervise and mentor Master's and PhD candidates with their research and writing. Details about award activity should be worked out with the host. The Arctic Distinguished Scholar award is not limited to the natural sciences. This award is open to applications in the social sciences and the humanities and recognizes the important contributions these disciplines can make to our understanding of the Arctic. An invitation letter required is from each institution where activity is to take place. Applicants must have five to ten years of research and experience. Candidates should be accomplished scholars and have a significant publication and teaching record. Please note that dual US-Norway citizens are not eligible for Fulbright awards to Norway. Applications will not be considered if the applicant is currently residing in Norway or will be residing in Norway during the year preceding the award. Please visit the award's website for more information.
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How to Apply
What you'll need:
Other - Project Statement; Reference List; Syllabi; Letter of Invitation