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Alliance Forthcoming Long-term Faculty Exchange

Alliance Program

The Alliance Program

Founded in 2002, Alliance is an academic joint-venture between Columbia University (New York) and three prestigious French Higher Education Institutions: Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Ecole Polytechnique and Sciences Po. Its main mission is to encourage the exchange of people, knowledge practices and resources between these four partners. The Alliance Program contributes to the cooperation and innovation between France and the US and is more generally intended to foster transatlantic linkages.

The importance of long-term visiting professorship

An important work of the Alliance Program is the long-term visiting professorship. Every academic year, a grant allows three faculty members of the Columbia University to spend one semester as visiting professors at each of the French institutions and one member of each French institution to spend one semester at Columbia University. This exchange aims to increase the range of educational experiences available to students in each participating institution. It also helps to strengthen links between the institutions to establish long-term contacts for collaboration on future projects.

LynNell Hancock’s visit from Columbia University

In this context, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University will be pleased to welcome Professor LynNell Hancock from Columbia University, who has been selected for a teaching visit during the forthcoming spring semester. In addition to teaching one lecture, course or seminar in her field, Professor Hancock will also be supporting the Alliance Program as one of its Ambassadors by meeting colleagues and participating in a series of seminars and conferences.


LynNell Hancock has been a professor of Journalism at Columbia Graduate School of Journalism since 1996. She is specialised in covering education in the context of family policy issues with a focus on racial and social inequality. During her stay in Paris within the European Centre for Sociology and Political Science (CESSP), Professor Hancock will continue her research spending time in the banlieues of Paris to explore issues of structural and social equity in the French public education system. Regarding her teaching activity, she plans on offering a course on issues of segregation and inequity in public education from a journalist’s perspective with comparisons between French and American public education systems.



Professors from Paris 1 visiting Columbia

During the academic year 2017-2018, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University will send two professors to Columbia as part of this program. Eleonora Bottini, Associate Professor of Public Law at the Sorbonne Law School specialised in Constitutional Law and General Legal Theory, has been in Columbia since September 2017, and Olivier Nay, Professor of Political Science specialised in the sociology of international organizations and development policies, will be leaving for New York in January 2018.


For more information on the Alliance Program, visit alliance.columbia.edu