and administrators are invited to apply for the Fulbright
Scholar Program's annual competition for lecturing, research
and lecturing/research grants in over 140 countries. Each
year 800 American scholars go abroad as part of the Fulbright
Scholar Program. Retired and adjunct faculty frequently
receive grants as well.
Fulbright awards vary from two months to an academic year
or longer. While foreign language skills are needed in
some countries, most lecturing assignments are in English.
deadlines for 2005-2006 grants are:
1, 2004--Fulbright Distinguished Chairs awards
in Europe and Canada. A new chair in Israel has also
1, 2004--Fulbright lecturing and research grants
1, 2004--Spring/summer seminars in Germany,
Korea and Japan for international education and academic
administrators as well as for the summer German Studies
can go to www.cies.org to apply online or to download
application materials. The web site also has information
about other Fulbright opportunities.