Global Engagement

International Visiting Scholars Program

The International Visiting Scholars Program at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing welcomes visitors from across the world.  This program is designed to provide scholars with an opportunity to engage in research and observation at Emory University.  

International Visiting Scholars generally come to the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing (SON) through:

  1. collaborative research projects with a SON faculty member, or as research or teaching associate for an academic department.
  2. prior knowledge of individual faculty members and/or the reputation of the Department of the University
  3. referral from national or international funding agencies, foundations, Fulbright commissions, IREX, foreign universities, foreign embassies or other reputable national and international organizations.  
  4. SON partner institutions or other international initiatives.

If you are interested in becoming an International Visiting Scholar, please click link below for our Interest Visit form.  

2 scholars (Roger Yau, and Seo Yun Kim) with Dean McCauley, David Smith and Lisa Nunez

Interest of Visit Form

Faculty International Travel

If you are traveling internationally on Emory business, Emory would like to ensure you have access to emergency support in case of assistance. The Global Strategy and Initiative Office ask that we complete the international travel tracker form to provide basic essential information.

If you have any questions, please contact

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