Scholars at Risk has created and compiled resources for scholars hosted at SAR member institutions as well as for other threatened individuals seeking assistance.
These resources include:
Resources for at-risk individuals from Ukraine
External resources and opportunities for scholars, students, and others seeking pathways out of Ukraine or are still in Ukraine. SAR will continue to add additional resources to this list. Access resources here.
Resources for at-risk individuals from Afghanistan
Academic Opportunities Newsletter
SAR’s monthly newsletter with academic job search tips, along with recent postings for academic jobs, fellowships and other opportunities, is currently on pause. In the meantime, you can sign up for alerts for new editions later this year.
SAR has developed a directory of fellowship, scholarships and other academic opportunities from institutions around the world. A PDF listing these opportunities is available to download.
Online Scholar Training Modules
We have regularly provided guidance to individual scholars on how to best take advantage of the opportunities provided by a temporary SAR placement and planning ahead of a visit’s end or other career transition. We have also held several workshops in Europe and North America with scholars to discuss these issues. Now, we have distilled this guidance into the training modules below. We hope this will help provide guidance to even more scholars, and that these will be a resource for universities to support visiting scholars.
Resources to Support Mental Health and Wellbeing
SAR has developed a directory of external resources to support mental health and wellbeing. Resources are offered in several languages and include online breathing and meditation exercises, online resources for trauma, and in-person counseling centers. A PDF listing these resources is available to download.
SAR’s Scholar Guide
The Scholar Guide is a handbook that focuses on how scholars can make the most of an academic opportunity in the SAR network and the wider academic community. It offers advice and guidance to assist scholars during their transitions into a new university community and in determining their short-term and long-term plans for the future. Although intended for SAR scholars, this handbook may be helpful for others, including those hosting and working with scholars.