CORNELL UNIVERSITY: School of Industrial and Labor Relations - Visiting Fellows Program

Social Sciences


Each year the ILR welcomes scholars from around the world to pursue research interests in industrial and labor relations. Positions are unpaid and offer no administrative support, but do provide access to all of Cornell University's libraries. Visiting fellows are also invited to participate in ILR seminars and to present their research. The normal process for becoming a visiting research fellow in the ILR School is through nomination by an ILR faculty member. Visiting Fellows are expected to contribute to the intellectual life of the school. This contribution may take the form of short course offerings, and/or presentation of your research in faculty seminars within the school and in Cornell generally. Visiting Fellows will also be expected to contribute to the Visiting Fellow Working Paper Series, a web-based series.

All questions about visiting fellows should be directed to Miguelina Tabar (, Program Coordinator, International Programs.

Deadline Information: When possible, requests should be made four months in advance.