Institute Scholar-in-Residence

Dr. Jocelyn Létourneau speaking at a recent lectureThe IQS Scholar-in-Residence program is for emerging and prominent scholars who have a demonstrated, professional focus - as an instructor, researcher or practitioner - on Québec. Select scholars, chosen through a nomination and competitive application process, undertake residence at the Institute for a period of one week to one academic semester. Scholars are provided with an office, access to a computer, library facilities, and an honorarium. The Scholar-in-Residence program is open to citizens of the United States and Canada.

During their time spent as a Scholar-in-Residence at the Institute, scholars can undertake a variety of research projects, public lectures, and classroom teaching opportunities. Scholars are encouraged to utilize the rich variety of Québec content holdings, available at Plattsburgh State's Feinberg Library. A public reception as well as an official dinner, hosted by the President of the College, are featured elements of the Scholar-in-Residence program.

Recent Scholars-in-Residence have included Dr. Stephane Roussel, Dr. Daniel Weinstock, Dr. Louis Balthazar and Dr. Jocelyn Letourneau.

Questions, Comments, Suggestions?

If you would like more information about the Institute on Québec Studies at Plattsburgh State, please contact:

Christopher Kirkey, Ph.D.
Director, Institute on Québec Studies
Phone: (518) 564-2086
Fax: (518) 564-2112
E-mail: quebec@plattsburgh.edu