SNF Agora is now accepting applications for its 2023–24 Visiting Fellows Program. Applications will be accepted until Sunday, March 5, at 11:59 p.m.
The SNF Agora Visiting Fellows Program supports the institute's mission of strengthening global democracy by enabling us to expand our reach and incorporate a broader range of people into our work. This program will identify and recruit a select cohort of fellows from diverse sectors, disciplines, backgrounds, and ideologies to join the institute to work with our permanent faculty, researchers, and students. Visiting fellows contribute to an academic community that is open and permeable—based at Johns Hopkins but reaching well beyond its walls.
SNF Agora Visiting Fellows come from academia, civil society, government, industry, media, the performing arts, and other fields. Projects typically run for one semester or less and could include, but are not limited to:
- Teaching a course or other training to students, the wider JHU community, or other publics
- Authoring a case study for the SNF Agora Case Studies on Democracy program
- Hosting a community of practice around a particular issue facing democracies
- Partnering with SNF Agora Institute faculty on research or other projects
- Designing and developing a conference, symposium, performance, or other public engagement
- Developing other content or strategic opportunities for the institute
- Offering guest lectures for student groups, SNF Agora and JHU faculty, or local publics
For more information about stipend amounts, benefits, eligibility, residency expectations, and selection criteria, or to apply, visit the SNF Agora Institute website.