Ten National Fellowships Open to Temporary Faculty

by Chris Cumo ONE OF THE best-known fellowship competitions is the Fulbright Scholar Program. Every year the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars, under an agreement with the State Department, awards some 800 fellowships for recipients to teach or do research in one of 140 countries. With so many available, almost anyone can find an award, believes Judy Pehrson, director of external relations for the CIES. Awards cover teaching or research for two to nine months, sometimes longer. Pehrson encourages adjuncts and independent scholars to apply. “They are good candidates,” she says. “Most of them have lots of teaching experience.” Applications, the deadline for which is August 1st of […]
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