CEU Business School Visiting Faculty Invitation Procedures
Introductory Note: Being a relatively small and differentiated business school and also an institution that adheres to high standards, CEU Business School invites a limited number of Visiting Faculty colleagues each year. We have outlined below general information on our formal procedures for selecting and inviting Visiting Faculty members.
Key Suggested Profiles, Duties and Responsibilities of Visiting Faculty Members
- Above all, we aim to do everything we can to make sure that any visiting faculty member who arrives on our campus becomes a full-fledged member of our community and to strive to increase the likelihood that such a visiting colleague will contribute significantly to the intellectual life of the School.
- A visiting faculty member generally should be an accomplished scholar or a high-potential early career academic in a relevant field.
- A visiting faculty member during duration of a visit generally has an obligation to collaborate with a full-time faculty member at the School for such purposes as co-authoring at least one targeted journal article, a book chapter, a longer manuscript or a substantive piece of curriculum development.
- A visiting faculty member generally has an obligation to teach or co-teach a course with a full-time faculty member if requested and if within the visiting faculty’s areas of expertise or interest.
- A visiting faculty member generally has an obligation to offer at least one research seminar during the duration of a visit to CEU Business School
- A visiting faculty member has an obligation to participate in and contribute ideas to activities related to research, curriculum development, pedagogical innovation and program development as appropriate.
- Senior visiting faculty members have an obligation to mentor and advise junior full-time faculty members at the School.
- If invited by the Dean, a visiting faculty member has an obligation to participate in faculty meetings, committee meetings (such as research, curriculum, etc) and special assignments as appropriate.
- The visiting faculty member will be provided with a range of facilities and other privileges, e.g. a desk/cubicle and access to the general resources (WiFi, printer, copy machine, library databases, etc) for the duration of a visit.
- A visiting faculty member’s research or curriculum development interests should align with and be synergetic with that of those of the School or at least with those of individual full-time faculty members.
- The maximum appointment of a visiting faculty member is 1 year and the minimum is not less than 2 months.
Formal Selection of Visiting Faculty Members
The Dean will make the final selection of visiting faculty members and will issue all invitations to such individuals.
Formal Process for Selecting Visiting Faculty Members
Under our formal process for selecting visiting faculty members, recommendations will be made to the Dean by the Research Committee (and/or by the Curriculum Committee if the candidate will conduct significant curriculum development). The Dean will then make the final decision and will issue an invitation. Requests are reviewed on an on-going basis.
Full-time faculty members from universities worldwide may apply, by sending the following three categories of items to email@example.com:
1. A maximum two-page proposal in PDF format with the following items/sections:
a. Full name, contact information (e-Mail, phone)
b. Faculty affiliation (University, School, College and/or Department, Rank)
c. Proposed length of visit.
d. Title of the Proposed Research (or Curriculum Development Project
e. Brief description of the proposed project
f. Brief discussion of the expected goals, outcomes and results
g. The name(s) of full-time faculty at CEU Business School with whom to collaborate.
2. Please also include a Current academic CV
3. One recommendation letter.
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