Visiting & Senior Fellowships
Visiting fellows are appointed by the institute’s director on the advice of the organizing fellows. Appointment lengths vary based on project needs and the fellows’ availability. Visiting fellows participate in public events and in weekly meetings, working closely with faculty and student fellows. The Kahn Advisory Committee, in cooperation with the selection committees for the Kennedy and Neilson visiting professorships, encourages faculty to design proposals that include prospective Kennedy or Neilson professors.
Kahn senior fellows are appointed by the provost/dean of the faculty on the advice of the institute’s director. These distinguished fellowships allow faculty members to pursue opportunities stemming from their yearlong Kahn project. To qualify for a Kahn senior fellowship, you must be a senior member of the faculty or recent emeritus/a and have been an organizing fellow of a Kahn project.