Resident Fellows Program
(UPDATED, May 24, 2021) DUE TO UNCERTAINTIES RELATED TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING UPDATES FOR THE RESIDENT FELLOWS PROGRAM:
The Resident Fellows Program will be suspended until the Spring 2022 semester. New applications for that semester or those following are welcome provided they meet the eligibility requirements along with the respective application deadlines listed below. Applicants will be kept updated should conditions warrant us to suspend or postpone the program.
While at IAU, the Resident Fellow can expect to:
- Interact and consult with IAU’s experienced faculty
- Participate in select IAU courses and programs at the discretion of those faculty teaching the courses
- Promote the intellectual and cultural exchange at IAU through a series of public lectures in their field of expertise
- Conduct smaller seminars and discussions with IAU students and faculty
- Develop their own research during the Fellowship period
- Participate in various excursions to neighboring regions with students. Some examples for the Aix-en-Provence campus include day trips to Arles, Avignon, Bonnieux, LaCiotat, Nice, and Marseille.
Interested U.S. Faculty must complete the IAU Resident Fellows Application and adhere to the deadlines listed below.
- Fall semester and/or academic year: March 1
- Spring semester: August 1
- Summer term: January 15
IAU is seeking candidates who would be interested in teaching 1-2 courses during a given semester or summer term. The courses could include any of the following:
An Overview of Wine - 1 credit This course is designed to give an overview and understanding of the global wine industry. Coursework includes the history and culture of wine, wine vocabulary, label reading, choosing and serving wine.
WS /MKT 302
Wine Marketing and Analysis This course is a combination of lecture and professional tasting to analyze the quality levels, marketing of wine, import and export, sales positioning, and pricing structures. Students will learn vineyard and winemaking techniques utilized to achieve certain styles of wine. Course includes Field Studies to wineries and vineyards.
Wine and Food Pairing for the Sommelier This course is a combination of lecture and professional tasting and wine and food pairing to Students will learn vineyard and winemaking techniques utilized to achieve certain styles of wine. Students will learn how the structure of wine and food complete a pairing. Course includes Field Studies to restaurants, wineries, guest chefs.
International Wine Trade The "International Wine Trade" course provides students with an understanding of the business aspects of the global wine trade. Subjects include business planning, finance, supply chain management, wine as an alternative investment and how the media affects the pricing and buyer/seller cycle of wine industry.
If selected as part of this program, a generous compensation package – including housing near IAU’s campus – will be provided along with Visa support through our U.S. Office in San Diego, California.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, their CV, and one letter of reference to residentfellows@IAU.edu. General questions regarding the Wine Studies Resident Fellow may also be directed to residentfellows@IAU.edu.
IAU is accepting applications for those interested in participating as early as the summer 2021 term. The upcoming program terms during which a visiting professor will be needed, and respective application deadlines, are as follows:
Term Application Deadline
Summer 2021 (3- or 6-week term) January 15, 2021
Fall 2021 Semester March 1, 2021
Spring 2022 Semester August 1, 2021