Visiting Fellowship Programs
Distinguished Visiting Fellows are nationally or internationally prominent individuals who will visit the Center for a brief period (2 to 5 days) to present public lectures, contribute to Center-sponsored conferences, symposia, etc., and interact with Villanova students and faculty in a variety of settings.
Senior Fellows are individuals with relevant expertise who will have appointments of between one semester and two years. Many will be academics, but many will come from other professions, including clergy.
Members of the Villanova faculty may affiliate with the Center for a semester or a year to engage in research and/or course development projects, either individually or on a collaborative basis.
Graduate Research Fellows
Graduate students, including not only graduate business students, but also graduate theology students, law students, and others with an interest in the mission of the Center may affiliate with the Center.
Villanova undergraduate students, especially those in the Honors Program, who will be writing a senior thesis on a topic relevant to the mission of the Center, may choose to become affiliated with the Center.