• J-1 Research/Scholar Employment

    We look forward to working with you while you are at Hamline. Your primary contact regarding your research or scholarly work will be the academic department or specific Hamline school (College of Liberal Arts, School of Business, or School of Education) that invited you to Hamline. However, all J-1 immigration advising and other related support will be provided by the International and Off Campus Programs office. Please peruse through the International Researcher and Scholar portion of our website to find information regarding your J-1 immigration status and other resources offered by our office. You may also want to review the US Department of State's J-1 visa website for additional information.

    If you are a Hamline faculty or staff member and your department is interested in hosting a J-1 Scholar, please refer to "Checklist for Hosting a J-1 Scholar" and the "Application to Request a J-1 Scholar" found in the Faculty and Staff  section of the Global Engagement Center website


    Fulbright Scholar-In-Resident program

    The U.S. Department of State (DOS) and the Institute of International Education (IIE) invite U.S. Higher Education Institutions to participate in the Fulbright Scholar-In-Residence program. Through the program, institutions host a scholar from outside of the United States; for a semester or full academic year, to teach courses, assist in curriculum development, guest lecture, develop study abroad/exchange partnerships and engage with the campus and the local community.


    The institutional S-I-R application is processed and submitted through the Global Engagement Center (GEC) on behalf of Hamline and the hosting department.

    The application deadline for the academic year 2022-2023 is October 15, 2021.


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