Our 10 research centers and institutes provide an institutional framework for scholars working in regional and topical fields of study, while our cutting-edge initiatives connect cross-curricular faculty and research to address critical global issues. Together, they contribute to the Elliott School’s mission of producing scholarship that advances understanding of important global issues and engaging the public and the policy community in the United States and around the world, thereby fostering international dialogue and shaping policy solutions.
The Elliott School is home to eminent visiting and non-resident scholars conducting research relevant to our research centers, institutes, and initiatives. If you are interested in becoming a visiting or non-resident scholar, we encourage you to visit our individual centers', institutes', and initiatives' websites for information about opportunities and applying.
The Elliott School is proud to welcome new visiting scholar:
This month, the Institute for Middle East Studies (IMES) welcomes Karim el-Taki as a visiting scholar. Mr. el-Taki hails from the University of Cambridge where he is a PhD student. While at IMES, he'll be pursuing his research project: "The Arab Lobbies in Washington (2013-18): Practices of Influence Across Nested Hierarchies."