Comprised of over 150 universities, the SAR-United States National Section promotes the values, goals, and activities of the Scholars at Risk Network throughout the U.S. The SAR-United States section works to facilitate regional collaboration and coordination of network activities and events in addition to sharing resources and best practices.
SAR-United States member institutions provide advisory services to threatened scholars and university hosts; campaign for scholars who are imprisoned or silenced in their home countries; monitor attacks on higher education communities worldwide; and develop innovative tools and strategies for promoting academic freedom and improving respect for university values everywhere.
May 21, 2020
US Section Webinar, SAR-United States & COVID-19: Responses & Remote Opportunities.Read More
December 6, 2018
In an effort to expand the perspectives of students and faculty beyond the classroom, Duquesne University’s Department of Political Science, in conjunction with the provost, hosted human rights lawyer and scholar Delaram Farzaneh on Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. for a lecture on women’s rights issues in Iran.Read More
October 10, 2018
New York, New York, 10 October 2018 – With the momentum and commitment from its U.S. membership base of over 150 institutions, the Scholars at Risk Network announces the establishment of a SAR-United States section to unite higher education institutions and professionals around the nation.Read More
May 21, 2020 9:00 pm
On Thursday, May 21st at 1:00pm EST, SAR will host a one-hour webinar over Zoom for primary representatives at member institutions and associations within the SAR-United States Section.Read More
March 23, 2019 12:00 am
Thousands of scientists, scholars, and students are killed, imprisoned, attacked, or threatened around the world each year because of what they teach, write, or say. Such attacks undermine higher education systems and stifle the free exchange of ideas. This Congressional briefing will provide an overview of the problem and an opportunity to hear directly from refugee scholars.Read More