Fulbrights Back Teaching And Research

The Fulbright Scholar Program for 1992-93 will award 1,000 grants for research and teaching in more than 100 countries to academic faculty at all levels, professionals, and independent scholars. Grant periods range from two months to an academic year and may include research, university lecturing, or a combination of the two.

Basic requirements for Fulbright awards are U.S. citizenship and a Ph.D. or equivalent professional qualifications. Most lecturing assignments are in English and require university or college teaching experience. Many of these Fulbright grants allow scholars to propose their own lecturing or research projects, and in many regions, multicountry research is possible.

Application deadlines are June 15 for Australasia, South Asia, most of Latin America, and the Soviet Union and August 1 for Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Canada, and lecturing awards in the Caribbean, Mexico, and Venezuela.

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