SNF Agora Institute invites scholars, experts to apply for Visiting Fellows Program

Diverse cohort sought to collaborate with the institute's permanent faculty on research, teaching, organizing conferences, and more

The SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University has opened a call for applications for its academic year 2021-2022 Visiting Fellows program. The Visiting Fellows program invites diverse scholars and experts from academia, civil society, government, industry, media, the performing arts, and elsewhere to engage in activities related to the institute’s core mission of strengthening global democracy through powerful civic engagement and informed, inclusive dialogue.

The SNF Agora Visiting Fellows collaborate with SNF Agora’s permanent faculty, researchers, and students on a range of projects, including (but not limited to) conducting research; teaching courses; writing case studies for civic leaders; convening communities of practice; organizing conferences and other events; and giving guest lectures for the Johns Hopkins community and local publics. Through the Visiting Fellows program, SNF Agora Institute is able to incorporate a broader range of people and perspectives into its work.

Past Visiting Fellows include Ashley Berner, deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy and associate professor at the Johns Hopkins School of EducationScott Shane, Pulitzer Prize-winning former reporter in The New York Times‘ Washington bureau; Dana Wolfe, television, radio, and podcast producer; and Daniel Ziblatt, professor of the Science of Government at Harvard University.

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