The Fulbright Scholar Program for Faculty and Professionals is offering research, lecturing, and lecturing/research awards in Ukraine for the 2005-06 academic year. Scholars may conduct research independently or in collaboration with host country colleagues. Applications are welcome from scholars in a broad range of disciplines in the arts, humanities, social sciences and sciences. Opportunities exist for professionals in such fields as law, public administration, conflict resolution, journalism, library science, and education. Applicants may apply for a specific position requested by Ukrainian institutions or government agencies or develop their own proposals. You may learn more about the Fulbright opportunities in Ukraine by logging on to the CIES Web site at http://www.cies.org I encourage you to share this information with your colleagues who may be interested in working in Ukraine. Both area specialists and non-area specialists are welcome to apply. The application deadline for 2005-06 is August 1, 2004. Awards information and application materials may be downloaded from the CIES Web site. You may also request a paper copy or CD Rom by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Chair will lecture in East European, Russian and/or Eurasian studies at advanced undergraduate and post-graduate levels, with possibilities for research. Special interest in 20th-century topics. The chairholder may be invited to give occasional guest lectures at other Polish, Central and East European universities. For a more detailed description of the Chair, visit the CIES Web site at:|
If you are interested in applying for one of the chair appointments, please submit the following materials to Muriel Joffe to be received by May 1, 2004:
1) a detailed letter of interest (about three pages) including a statement outlining your suitability for the position and professional reasons for seeking the appointment
2) a curriculum vitae (limit of eight single-sided pages), and
3) a sample syllabus (limit of four pages) for a course you would propose to teach the or a syllabus for a course you have previously taught that you would adapt to teach as the Distinguished Chair (limit of four single-sided pages). If you provide a syllabus for a previously taught course, please address in your letter of interest how you might adapt the course to meet the requirements of the host institution.
If you have questions about the 2005-06 awards to Ukraine or the Distinguished Chairs program, please contact Muriel Joffe (email@example.com or telephone: 202-686-6249). You may also contact Ilana Kurtzig (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 202-686-6232)
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