Distinguished visiting professor
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Distinguished visiting professor is an academic title bestowed by American universities on prominent scholars who have been invited to teach a course in their area of expertise for one semester or more to enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.
Distinguished visiting professors offer faculty and students first-hand insights into a wide array of fields.
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