Adjunct Faculty Fulbright Winners

  by Diane Calabrese MORE THAN three dozen adjunct faculty members were among the 2000-2001 winners of 745 Fulbright teaching and research awards. (See TAA, March/April 2001 – you will need to sign in.) A few of the winners were kind enough to take time to talk with TAA. They told us something about why they applied, and what the experience afforded by Fulbright will mean for their personal and professional development. They also shared a few words about their reactions to learning they had received the award. And they offered some advice to others who are applying for Fulbright awards. […]
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