think: international CWRU Newsletter, June 20, 2014


IN THIS ISSUE:
  • The Fulbright Program
  • Student Fulbright Awards


 

News and Announcements
 

Fulbright International Education Administrator Seminar (India, Japan, Korea, Germany or France): Open and Accepting Applications


Fulbright Scholar Program to Germany (All Disciplines - App Deadline August 1, 2014)  


The Fulbright Occasional Lecturer Fund (OLF) has been renamed the Fulbright Outreach Lecturing Fund and has shifted its focus from
a scholar-centered program to an institution-centered program, adding a U.S. outreach/promotion function.



Call for Peer Reviewers: Core Fulbright Scholar Program and Fulbright Specialist Program
 

Funding Opportunities
 

Department of Education: International and Foreign Language Education Grants


Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Program (UISFL) Grant Program - provides funds to plan, develop, and carry out programs to strengthen and improve undergraduate instruction in international studies and foreign languages (App Deadline July 28, 2014)
 


High North Programme - supports collaboration between higher education institutions in Norway and with institutions in Canada, China, Japan, Russia, The Republic of Korea, and the United States to increase knowledge about the High North

 



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Tomlinson Hall, Room 143
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7031
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www.case.edu/international

The Center for International Affairs provides leadership, expertise, and support to the Case Western Reserve University community, cultivating a dynamic international presence and inspiring a culture of global understanding and responsibility.

 

Fulbright Programs and Opportunities



In 1952 CWRU’s first two Fulbright recipients traveled to India and the United Kingdom representing the departments of American History and Pharmacology.  Since that time another 118 CWRU faculty members have received Fulbright awards and have represented CWRU in a wide-range of countries and fields.  The names of all 120 CWRU Faculty Fulbright scholars have been gathered on commemorative plaques that will be hung in the lobby of Tomlinson Hall during International Education Week (November 17-21, 2014).

The Fulbright Program, founded by United States Senator J. William Fulbright in 1946, is one of the most prestigious awards programs worldwide, operating in over 155 countries.  The program was established to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and other countries through the exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills.  Fifty-three Fulbright alumni have won Nobel Prizes and seventy-eight Pulitzer Prizes. More Nobel laureates are former Fulbright recipients than any other award program. As of 2013, more than 325,400 persons have participated in the program since it began.

Initially, the Fulbright Program entailed only the traditional Fulbright Scholar Awards. In recent years, the number of different award programs has expanded to meet a variety of academic exchange needs and is open to faculty, staff, administrators, retired members of the CWRU community, and adjunct faculty.  Awards include an assortment of academic and professional fields, and program lengths vary from two weeks to an academic year.  Many of the programs have an August 1st, 2014 application deadline; however, there are awards with later and rolling deadlines. 

To learn more about Fulbright programs you can visit the CIES website or contact one of your campus representatives, Molly Watkins and Kendee Franklin, at the Center for International Affairs.

If you are or were a Fulbright Scholar, please complete a brief form to ensure that you are included on our Fulbright list.

Also, if you have or have hosted a Visiting Fulbright in your department or program, please submit their information as we would like to make sure they are also included.

 





Student Scholar Awards 

 


Congratulations to three 2014-2015 Fulbright award winners affiliated with CRWU:   
 

  • Todd Norton will research probability in Germany,
     
  • John Romey will study how street culture in Paris was adopted in theater, and
     
  • Derek Schadel will teach English in Colombia.
     

Read more about these Fulbright recipients and their winning projects in the recent Case Daily article. 
 



 
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