Faculty at degree-conferring higher education institutions in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda, as well as faculty at institutions that are members of the African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA), are eligible to apply to serve as hosts the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) by using the online project request system.
African host institutions may request a Diaspora scholar to work on a project for a period of 14 to 90 days. The CADFP supports multiple fellowship types. Host institutions can name a specific eligible scholar, or submit a project without one. If a request is submitted without naming a specific scholar, IIE will search the CADFP Scholar Roster to identify a qualified candidate.
Eligible types of project activities are:
- curriculum co-development,
- research collaboration, and/or
- graduate student mentoring and training.
Project requests must include a letter of support from an administrator at the level of Dean or higher at the prospective host institution. All materials, including the letter of support, must be submitted online.