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FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES FOR FACULTY AND PROFESSIONALS IN
THEATER, FILM, AND TELEVISION
August 1 Deadline Approaching for the 1996-97 Competition
What follows is a description of Fulbright grants for lecturing and advanced
research worldwide. These grants are excellent professional development
opportunities and provide funding to pursue professional interests abroad.
Fulbright Grants for Faculty and Professionals
Description: 1,000 awards for college and university faculty and nonacademic
professionals to lecture or pursue advanced research and/or related
professional activity abroad. For U.S. candidates, grants are available to
nearly 148 countries.
Application: U.S. candidates have an August 1 deadline for lecturing or
research awards. Non-U.S. candidates apply in their home country for awards
to come to the United States.
Areas of Interest: Opportunities exist in every area of the social sciences,
arts and humanities, sciences, and many professional fields. All
specializations within theater, film, and television are included in program
Range of Consideration: Undergraduate and graduate teaching; individual
research; professional collaboration; joint research collaboration; and much
Eligibility: Ph.D. in hand is the standard requirement, along with U.S.
Grant Duration: Awards range in duration from two months to a full academic
year. Alternatively, the appropriate terminal plus a comparable level of
professional experience may be substituted in many instances.
Language: The majority of teaching assignments are in English. Required in
certain countries for certain areas of activity.
Action: U.S. candidates may receive detailed descriptions of award
opportunities and application materials via [log in to unmask]
(REQUESTS FOR MAILING OF MATERIALS ONLY!).
Non-U.S. candidates must contact the Fulbright Commission or U.S. embassy in
their home country.