Adjunct Research Fellow Appointment Regulations
Regulation One: The term of appointment for Adjunct Research Fellows is one year per appointment. A position without remuneration. At least three months before the end of the term of appointment, a renewal of appointment may be made on decision of the Center, to be approved by the University President. When necessary, renewal of appointment may only be made by the Center after evaluation.
Regulation Two: Appointed Research Fellows should participate in academic events of the Center for Buddhist Studies, including attendance at academic conferences, presentation of academic papers, and publication of papers after acceptance, amendment and review.
Regulation Three: Appointed Research Fellows may apply for a research office and live on campus to undertake research, to which the Center will provide a research office, library card, and accommodation and meals on campus. During the term of appointment they should undertake the giving of lectures, and teaching of classes to students.
Regulation Four: Scholars who have received international academic honors may be appointed on the basis of appointment regulations, with new appointments as a Distinguished Research Fellow, without any age restrictions, where the period of appointment decided by a University Affairs Meeting on recommendation by the Center Director.