Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Visiting Scholars

Past Visiting Scholars

Targino de Araujo Filho, is a former Rector of the Federal University of São Carlos in Brazil, and was at the Centre from June 2017 to March 2018.

Targino was working on a post-doc research project with the support of a Brazilian funding agency (CAPES). His research focused on the processes of internationalisation of higher education in Europe and the USA, and what can be taken from these models to use in the design of guidelines for developing strategy for improving the internationalisation of Latin American and Caribbean universities.

Addy Rodriques Benzos, Universidad de Quintana Roo, Mexico (2013-2014)
Anna Chamchiyan, PhD student, Ulyanovsk State Technical University, Ulyanosk, Russia (2015)
Adriana Pérez Encinas, PhD student, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain (2014-2015)
Wendy Green, University of Queensland, Australia (2013)
Miki Horie, Ritsumeikan International, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan (2014)
Christopher Ziguras, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia (2013)

Tony Adams Visiting Scholars Scheme

As part of the development of a knowledge community in higher education internationalisation, CHEI can host visiting scholars. The objective of the Tony Adams Visiting Scholars Scheme is to provide an international research environment in higher education internationalisation that enhances the research capacity of the Centre and of its scholars. During their stay, visiting scholars will participate in the research, training and dissemination activities of CHEI. They will also be expected to give guest lectures at Università Cattolica and at other Italian universities.

Junior scholars (who may be PhD students) and senior scholars can make use of the office space and library as well as the administrative support of the Centre, and can participate in the CHEI activities, such as seminars, guest lectures and publications.

The Scheme is named in honour of the late Tony Adams (pictured right), a leading international educator, advisor to Università Cattolica, and friend and colleague to many in the field.

Contact CHEI for further information.