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David Neo <[log in to unmask]>
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Hi Adam!

I am very interested in some of these but I also read that they are only for 
US citizens. I am a Canadian and am currently finishing my PhD in Cinema 
Studies at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Can I apply as a 

David Neo

>From: "Broder, Adam" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: [SCREEN-L] Fulbright opportunities for Journalism in Asia 2008-09
>Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 15:08:43 -0400
>Dear colleagues:
>I work with the Fulbright Scholar Program, and would like the message
>below to be distributed to your listserv subscribers.  Please feel free
>to edit as you see fit.  Thank you.
>As scholars in the fields of journalism and communications, I want to
>share with you several opportunities where your expertise and experience
>is needed to lecture and/or conduct research in Asia and Central Asia
>through the Fulbright Scholar program in the 2008-09 academic year.
>** Lecture at the Royal University of Phnom Penh in Cambodia through
>Journalism - Media Research and Analysis
>** Learn about Japan through a dedicated research award in journalism
><> , or
>lecture for Study of the United States
><>  on an area
>of popular culture
>** Conduct research or lecture and research in Korea (see awards 8152
>and 8153 at
>** Malaysia's All Disciplines
><>  award
>welcomes specialists inglobal communications to lecture and/or conduct
>research. Or, lecture in higher education administration for Study of
>the United States
><> .
>** Lecture and conduct research on information and communication
>technology <>
>in the Philippines or conduct research on U.S.-Philippine Relations
>** For academics in mass communications, the Kyrgyz Republic welcomes
>applications for lecturing in journalism at American University -
>Central Asia in Bishkek
>All of the awards listed above have journalism or communications as
>preferred disciplines. Please keep in mind that Fulbright awards are for
>US citizens. To register and apply for the 2008-09 competition, please
>click here:
>Also, if you have had a Fulbright grant in the past, a message on newly
>adopted eligibility guildelines from the J. William Fulbright Foreign
>Scholarship Board can be found at
>The application deadline for grants in the 2008-09 academic year is
>August 1, 2007. You are welcome to contact us at any time with questions
>you have about the awards or application. If you are not considering
>making an application this year but know someone else who would benefit
>from a Fulbright opportunity, please feel free to forward this message
>on. Please be in touch with any questions.
>Thank you.
>Mamiko Hada
>Program Officer
>Council for International Exchange of Scholars
>3007 Tilden Street, N.W. Suite 5-L
>Washington, DC 20008-3009
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>Adam Broder
>Program Associate - Asia/Middle East
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