Adjuncts Snag Five Percent of Fulbrights

by P.D. Lesko IN 1999-2000 ADJUNCT faculty won 42 or just over five percent of the 800 Fulbright Foreign Scholarships available. In 1998-1999, adjunct faculty were awarded slightly less than six percent of the available Fulbright Foreign Scholarships. A list of this year’s winners follows: Margot F. Badran, visiting scholar and visiting professor of history and gender studies, U. of Chicago: Yemen Mayrene E. Bentley, visiting assistant professor of linguistics and languages, Michigan State U.: Tanzania Rebekah A. Bloyd, adjunct professor of English, U. of San Francisco: Czech RepublicJeffrey G. DeShell, visiting assistant professor of English, Allegheny College (Pa.): Hungary […]
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