Visiting Scholars - Marketing
The Marketing Division at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business offers a visiting scholars program to facilitate on-going research projects with departmental faculty members. Faculty members or especially well-qualified doctoral candidates from other schools who wish to visit Columbia's Marketing Division for a period of 3-12 months for the purpose of conducting ongoing joint research with one or more of the Division’s faculty members are eligible for this program.Application Process
A prospective Visiting Scholar must first secure a faculty sponsor from the Marketing Division – that is, a faculty member who will pay part of the fees for the visiting scholar’s application and who will actively collaborate with the candidate on one or more joint research projects. The sponsor will be a professor with whom the prospective candidate is already working on joint research. Unsolicited contacts from people wishing to become visiting scholars are not considered.
The official faculty sponsor is responsible for initiating the visiting scholar's application process. If the candidate is accepted, all subsequent administrative arrangements are managed by the Chazen Institute.
Visiting scholars are not limited to working with only their official sponsors within the division, but are encouraged to interact with all faculty and to participate in the division’s seminars, social gatherings, and other activities.Compensation and Housing
The University and the Marketing Division offer no housing arrangements and no compensation to visiting scholars. It is the responsibility of each visitor to secure housing in NYC and to provide adequate funding for the duration of his/her stay.