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before we get started
BEFORE WE GET STARTED …
  • If you are seeing this screen, the audio portion of today’s presentation is about to begin.
  • The GoToWebinar service offers two methods of listening to today’s presentation: By computer speaker or by telephone.
  • If you are attempting to listen by computer speaker, please make sure they are turned on.
  • If you’d like to listen by telephone, select Use Telephone from the module on your screen and enter in the information provided in your registration confirmation email.
today s webinar what to expect
TODAY’S WEBINAR: WHAT TO EXPECT
  • A brief overview of the Fulbright Scholar Program
  • Variety of programs and awards worldwide
  • An opportunity to ask questions! Type any question into the question module on your screen. We will do our best to answer as many questions as possible at the end of the presentation.
  • If there’s time, a guided tour of the new CIES Website, www.cies.org
senator j william fulbright 1905 1995
Senator J. William Fulbright (1905-1995)

“In the long course of history, having people who understand your thought is much greater security than another submarine.”

general facts about the fulbright scholar program
General Facts About the Fulbright Scholar Program
  • Established in 1946
  • Sends U.S. academics and professionals overseas
  • Brings scholars and professionals from abroad to the U.S.
  • Sponsored by U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
  • Administered by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES)
what is the traditional fulbright program
What is the “Traditional” Fulbright Program?
  • The original core of the Fulbright program
  • Over 800 awards each year for U.S. applicants
  • Lecturing, Research, Lecturing and Research combinations
  • Lengths vary from 3 to 12 months
  • Types vary: discipline specific awards and All Discipline awards
  • Awards based on requests from host country and institutions in each country
eligibility requirements
Eligibility Requirements
  • U.S. citizenship
  • A Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree in your field
  • For professionals outside academia, recognized professional standing and substantial accomplishments
  • Teaching experience as required by award
  • Limits apply to prior Fulbright Scholar grantees
fulbright scholar program language and the arts
Fulbright Scholar ProgramLanguage and the Arts
  • Awards available in the following fields:
  • Art, Creative Writing, Dance, Film Studies, Music, Theater
  • Language and Literature (non-U.S.)
  • Linguistics, TEFL/Applied Linguistics
some general points
Some General Points
  • Variety of types of programs
    • Most programs have the “All Discipline” award option
    • Most offer research awards or lecturing/research awards, in addition to lecturing
    • Many programs offer awards in specific fields and specializations
  • Most lecturing can be done in English
  • Research projects may require knowledge of local language
general points continued
General Points: Continued
  • Pay close attention to guidelines for project proposals---you must address questions that are broader than your lecturing or research topic alone

http://www.cies.org/us_scholars/us_awards/Content_Guidelines.htm

  • Excellent in-country support by Fulbright Commissions or U.S. Embassies
  • Competition varies across programs
  • Educational allowance for children available in some countries
  • Free housing provided in some programs, or a housing allowance
some previous projects
Some Previous Projects
  • Austria-Research: The Europeans: A Photographic Documentary
  • Barbados-Lecturing: Reimagining Sculpture in Barbados
  • India-Research: Explorations in Printmaking and Handmade Paper
  • Korea-Research: The Street Graphics of Seoul: a Culturally-focused Contribution to the Study of Urban Graphics
  • Mexico-Lecturing and Research: Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Mexico: Building Expertise and Improving Practice
some previous projects continued
Some Previous Projects: Continued
  • Finland-Lecturing and Research: American Modern Dance and the Exploration of Contemporary Finnish Dance
  • New Zealand-Research: Embodying Resilience: Contemporary Maori Choreography
  • Greece-Research: Theater Rights and Rites in Greece: the Performance of Free Citizenship
  • Uruguay-Research: Translating National Identity: the Tango as Vehicle for Cultural Understanding
sample awards in language and the arts
Sample Awards in Language and the Arts
  • Austria: Fulbright-quartier21/Museums Quartier Artist-in-Residence Award #0204
  • Category: Research
  • Award description: http://www.cies.org/award_book/award2010/award/Ful0204.htm
  • CIES staff contacts: Program Officer Alisha Scott, 202.686.6244, [email protected] or Program Associate Alexandra Squitieri, 202.686.6232, [email protected]
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Ireland: Art/Applied Art/Design Award #0280
  • Category:  Lecturing/Research
  • Award description: http://www.cies.org/award_book/award2010/award/Art0280.htm.
  • CIES staff contacts: Program Officer Abby Greenwell, 202.686.7872, [email protected] or Program Associate Alexandra Squitieri, 202.686.6232, [email protected]
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Estonia: Arts or Arts Management Award #0241
  • Category: Lecturing or Lecturing/Research
  • Award description: http://www.cies.org/award_book/award2010/award/Art0241.htm
  • CIES staff contacts: Senior Program Officer Jean McPeek, 202.686.6246, [email protected] or Program Associate Kevin Orchison, 202.686.7852, [email protected]
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Jordan: English Language and Literature Award #0445
  • Category: Lecturing
  • Award description: http://www.cies.org/award_book/award2010/award/Eng0445.htm
  • CIES staff contacts: Assistant Director Gary L. Garrison, 202.686.4019, [email protected] or Program Associate Jaclyn Assarian, 202.686.4022, [email protected]
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Indonesia: Teaching English as a Foreign Language Award #0148
  • Category: Lecturing or Lecturing/Research
  • Award description: http://www.cies.org/award_book/award2010/award/Tea0148.htm
  • CIES staff contacts: Program Officer Michael Zdanovich, 202.686.7873, [email protected] or Program Associate Sara Benavides, 202.686.6233, [email protected]
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Guatemala: Teaching English as a Foreign Language Award #0536
  • Category: Lecturing or Lecturing/Research
  • Award description: http://www.cies.org/award_book/award2010/award/Tea0536.htm
  • CIES staff contacts: Program Officer Joseph Graff, 202.686.6239, [email protected] or Program Associate Margaret Dickson, 202.686.6237, [email protected]
distinguished chair awards
Distinguished Chair Awards
  • Austria: Fulbright-Academy of Fine Arts Vienna Distinguished Chair in Media Theory and Media Studies (Link)
  • Austria: Fulbright-Karl Franzens University Graz Distinguished Chair in Cultural Studies (Link)
  • Austria: Fulbright-University of Vienna Distinguished Chair in Humanities and Cultural Studies (Link)
  • Austria: Fulbright-University of Klagenfurt Distinguished Chair in Gender Studies (Link)
  • Austria: Fulbright-University of Innsbruck Distinguished Chair in Humanities and Social Sciences (Link)
  • United Kingdom: Fulbright-University of the Arts London Distinguished Chair (Link)
  • Israel: Fulbright-Israel Distinguished Chair in the Humanities and Social Sciences (Link)
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Q&A

Note: We will answer as many questions as we can during today’s broadcast. If we do not get to your question, please send me an email at [email protected] or visit our staff listing at www.cies.org and contact a country program officer directly.

thank you for your time today
Thank you for your time today
  • Fulbright Scholar Webinars are held each Wednesday at 2 PM Eastern (through July 2009), and include World Region Workshops and Application Workshops.
  • Visit www.cies.org for the remaining Webinar schedule and Campus Workshop schedules.
for more information
For More Information …
  • Explore Fulbright via the Catalog of Awards at http://www.cies.org/us_scholars/us_awards/AwardsCatalog.htm
  • Be sure to sign up for our e-newsletter The Fulbright Scholar Newsby [email protected]
  • For more information, contact Jean McPeek at [email protected] or 202-686-6246, OR contact program staff listed at www.CIES.org.
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