Late applications for Fulbright Scholar lecturing and lecturing/research awards in China and Taiwan are being accepted in a variety of fields including law, American history, American literature, and American politics as well as journalism and communications, public policy, public administration, environmental policy and library and information science.

 

Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have 3-5 years of university teaching experience.  They should also consult the eligibility rules regarding previous Fulbright Scholar grants and extended residence abroad in the last ten years (http://www.cies.org/message1.htm).

 

For information on the China program and these awards visit http://www.cies.org/award_book/award2009/country/EasChiCH.htm

 

For further information contact David Adams, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 202-686-4021.  Interested applicants should include a current CV as an attachment to the message.  A submission date will be negotiated.

 

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