Lecturing/Research Grants: 2003-2004
Fulbright Scholar Program is offering lecturing/research awards
in some 140 countries for the 2003-2004 academic year. The competition
opened March 1.
are available not only for college and university faculty and
administrators, but also for professionals from business and government,
as well as artists, journalists, scientists, lawyers, independent
scholars and many others. There are awards in 37 different disciplines
and professional fields, as well as in a variety of subdisciplines
such as gender studies and peace studies.
Fulbright awards are available from two months to an academic
year or longer. A new short-term grants program--the Fulbright
Senior Specialists Program--offers two-to-six-week grants in a
variety of disciplines and fields.
foreign language skills are needed in some countries, most Fulbright
lecturing assignments are in English. Some 80 percent of the awards
are for lecturing.
deadlines for 2003-2004 awards are:
May 1 for Fulbright Distinguished Chair awards in
Europe, Canada and Russia
August 1 for Fulbright traditional lecturing and
research grants worldwide
1 for the summer German Studies Seminar and for spring/summer
seminars in Germany, Korea and Japan for academic and international
Senior Specialists Program--rolling deadline
information, contact the Council for International Exchange of
Scholars (CIES) at 3007 Tilden Street, NW, Suite 5L, Washington,
DC 20008-3009 or call (202) 686-7877; e-mail: email@example.com.
Information and an online application are also available on the
web at www.cies.org.
Fulbright Scholar Program is sponsored by the U.S. Department
of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
of the Vice Provost for Research
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