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Subject: USIA Fulbright Senior Scholar Program
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Date: 4/2/97 10:04 AM
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FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR PROGRAM: INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR
U.S. FACULTY AND PROFESSIONALS IN THEATER, FILM, AND
Reminder: August 1 Deadline Approaching for the 1998-99
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Program information and the listing of 1998-99 opportunities
can be accessed via the Fulbright Scholar Program Web site at
Below is a brief description of Fulbright grants for U.S.
citizens to engage in lecturing and advanced research
worldwide. These grants are excellent professional
development opportunities and provide funding to pursue
professional interests abroad.
FULBRIGHT GRANTS FOR U.S. FACULTY AND PROFESSIONALS
Over 700 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 in over 120 countries.
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.
Fulbright-supported activities include undergraduate and
graduate teaching, individual advanced research, joint
research collaboration, and more.
Basic Eligibility Requirements:
Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree at the time
of application and U.S. citizenship (permanent residency is
For professionals and artists outside academe, recognized
professional standing comparable to that associated with the
doctorate in higher education is required, unless otherwise
noted in the individual award description.
College or university teaching experience is expected at the
level and in the field of the advertised assignment or
proposed lecturing activity for lecturing and combined
Awards range in duration from two months to twelve months.
Most lecturing assignments are for an academic term/semester
or a full academic year.
Foreign language proficiency may be expected as specified in
the award description or as required for the completion of the
proposed lecturing or research project.
The majority of teaching assignments are in English. The major
exceptions are Central and South America, where Spanish is
usually required, and francophone Africa, where one is
expected to be fluent in French.
U.S. candidates may view detailed descriptions of award
opportunities and request application materials via the
Fulbright Scholar Program Web site: http://www.cies.org
Requests for hard copy of the awards booklet and application
forms can be made by
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(Requests for mailing of materials only!)
U.S. mail: USIA Fulbright Senior Scholar Program
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
3007 Tilden St., NW, Suite 5M
Washington, DC 20008-3009
Non-U.S. candidates must contact the Fulbright commission or
U.S. embassy in their home country to apply for grants in the
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