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EAC / Study in the US / Financial Aid / Program Announcements / March 2005

FULBRIGHT FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (FFDP)

2006 - 2007

The Fulbright Faculty Development Program (FFDP) is designed for younger junior teaching faculty and scholars (no older than 39 years by the application deadline), who do not yet have a post-graduate academic degree ("kandidatskaya") and who are either teaching at institutions of higher learning or are affiliated with academic or cultural institutions, including libraries and museums. Applicants should have a minimum of two years teaching experience and intend to return to their home institution to implement the knowledge gained from this program. FFDP grantees will work on a specific project which could include curriculum design or course development among other projects. FFDP grants are available in all fields listed for Fulbright Graduate Student and Scholar Programs in Russia.

Junior teaching faculty and scholars who do not yet have a post-graduate academic degree ("kandidatskaya"), who are either teaching at institutions of higher learning or are affiliated with academic or cultural institutions, including libraries and museums may apply, provided they meet all other general requirements of the Fulbright Program.

Terms of the FFDP:

  • Support for the individual scholar but not for dependents
  • Grants limited to 1 academic year, with no possibility for extension
  • Course work for credit is not envisaged, although auditing of courses is encouraged
  • Projects that will result in new courses are particularly encouraged
  • Preference will be given to professionals with at least two years professional experience
  • Participation is limited to candidates not older than 39 years by the application deadline

Criteria of Review
In reviewing Fulbright proposals that are submitted by junior faculty or other eligible candidates under the age of 39, the following elements will be stressed:

  • Evidence of appropriate scholarly achievement
  • Demonstrated commitment to teaching, curriculum development and expansion of course contents
  • Likelihood of immediate continuation of academic work at an academic institution
  • Potential for active cooperation with US and home country colleagues in projects that could have a major impact on home country educational policy and practice
  • Evidence of community commitment in and outside academia.

Major academic disciplines for the 2006-2007 ac. year Fulbright awards include:

Agriculture

Environmental Sciences

Philosophy

American History

Film Studies

Political Science

American Literature

Geography

Psychology

American Studies

History (non-U.S.)

Public Administration

Anthropology

Information Sciences

Public/Global Health

Archaeology

Journalism

Religious Studies

Architecture

Language and Literature (non-U.S.)

Social Work

Art

Law

Sociology

Art History

Library Science

TEFL/Applied Linguistics

Communications/Public Relations

Linguistics

Theatre

Creative Writing

Mathematics

Urban planning

Dance

Medical Sciences

Education

Music

In Russia the competition for the FULBRIGHT FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (FFDP) is administered by the Moscow Fulbright office. The competition is conducted in 3 stages.

Deadline for submitting applications to the Moscow office is JULY 15, 2005.

For more information please contact the Moscow Fulbright office at:
Ph. (095) 935-83-53
Fax (095) 937-54-18
e-mail: info@fulbright.ru
web page: www.fulbright.ru

FULBRIGHT VISITING SCHOLAR AWARDS COMPETITION

The Fulbright Scholar Program is the flagship international exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. It offers Russian citizens grants for the 2006-2007 academic year for the following types of activities in the United States of America:

1. Lecturing (including master-classes for those in creative disciplines); 2. Research (including research within the scope of the Kennan Institute Program); 3. Lecturing/research.

Grant benefits include a monthly stipend, limited accident and sickness insurance coverage and provide international travel for the grantee to and from the host institution in the U.S.A. Grants are awarded for a period of three to nine months to lecturers; three to six months to researchers.

Eligibility requirements for applicants include:

  • Russian citizenship and current residence in Russia.
    Persons applying for or holding permanent residence in the U.S. are not eligible.
  • Kandidatskaya or doctoral degree or equivalent professional training or experience for those in creative and applied disciplines;
  • Proficiency in English appropriate to the proposed lecturing or research project to be carried out in the U.S.;
  • Sound physical and mental health;
  • Only individual proposals are accepted.

Applicants will be considered WITHOUT REGARD to age and/or physical impairment.

Major academic disciplines for the 2006-2007 Fulbright awards include:

Agriculture

Education

Music

American History

Environmental Sciences

Philosophy

American Literature

Film Studies

Political Science

American Studies

Folklore

Psychology

Anthropology

Geography

Public Administration

Archaeology

History (non-U.S.)

Public/Global Health

Architecture

Information Sciences

Religious Studies

Art

Journalism

Social Work

Art History

Language and

Literature (non-U.S.)

Sociology

Business Administration

Law

TEFL/Applied Linguistics

Communications/

Public Relations

Library Science

Theatre

Creative Writing

Linguistics

Urban Planning

Dance

MATHEMATICS

Economics

MEDICAL SCIENCES

Please note that new disciplines have been included into the list: MATHEMATICS and MEDICAL SCIENCES.

DEADLINE for submitting applications to the Moscow Fulbright Office is OCTOBER 14, 2005.

In Russia the competition for the Fulbright Visiting Scholar awards is administered by the Moscow Fulbright Office. The competition is conducted in three stages and includes an English-language interview. The interview will be held in Moscow in December, 2005 or in January, 2006.

Applicants must submit the following: (a) application cover sheet; (b) application form; (c) summary of project statement; (d) detailed project statement; (e) detailed curriculum vitae including list of publications; (f) three references and (g) letter of invitation, if applicable.

For more information, please contact the Moscow Fulbright Office at:
Ph. (095) 935-83-53;
Fax (095) 937-54-18;
e-mail: info@fulbright.ru
web page: www.fulbright.ru

FULBRIGHT GRADUATE STUDENT PROGRAM. 2006-2007 COMPETITION

The Fulbright Graduate Student Program provides grants to Russian university graduates and graduate (kandidatskaya) students in the arts, humanities and social sciences. Such grants are awarded to support either a.) those who have a diploma or bachelor degree - study in a masterТs degree program at a U.S. university during academic year, or b.) For post-graduate students: either non-degree coursework for 1 academic year or research at a U.S. university or archive to gather materials for completing a kandidatskya dissertation. Grants include round-trip travel as well as limited medical insurance.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicants must be citizens of the Russian Federation who permanently reside in Russia
  • Applicants must be residents of Russia (must stay in Russia since January 1st 2005)
  • Applicants must hold a university diploma or a bachelor degree by the closing of the competition ( June 17, 2005 )*
  • Applicants must have proficiency in English appropriate for their proposed study (equivalent to TOEFL score 213 computer-based)
  • Applicants must be no more than 30 years of age by the closing of the competition ( June 17, 2005 )

*Those who are planning to defend their thesis in summer 2005 are allowed to participate in this competition. However, such applicants must submit an official letter from their university in which it is confirmed that the anticipated date of defense falls later in June 2005

Persons desiring or holding permanent residence in the United States are not eligible to apply for Fulbright awards. Also, persons who are citizens of both a partner country and the United States , or who have permanent resident status, are ineligible for Fulbright grants to the United States.

Major academic disciplines for the 2006-2007 ac. year Fulbright awards include

Agriculture

Environmental Sciences

Philosophy

American History

Film Studies

Political Science

American Literature

Geography

Psychology

American Studies

History (non-U.S.)

Public Administration

Anthropology

Information Sciences

Public/Global Health

Archaeology

Journalism

Religious Studies

Architecture

Language and Literature (non-U.S.)

Social Work

Art

Law

Sociology

Art History

Library Science

TEFL/Applied Linguistics

Communications/Public Relations

Linguistics

Theatre

Creative Writing

Mathematics

Urban planning

Dance

Medical Sciences

Education

Music

Application deadline for current competition is June 17th, 2005

For more information please contact Natalia Smirnova at the Moscow Fulbright office at:

Ph. (095) 935-83-53
Fax (095) 937-54-18
e-mail: info@fulbright.ru
web page: www.fulbright.ru

FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING ASSISTANT (FLTA)

The Institute of International Education (IIE) on behalf of the Department of State, USA, would like to place several Russian language teaching assistants at universities and colleges in the US for the 2006-2007 academic year.

These teaching assistants would be Fulbright Scholars and are expected to teach their language/culture for up to 20 hours per week while taking two courses per semester. The grant is for one academic year and is non-renewable. The program is designed to have native language and cultural informants who are close in age to undergraduate students. Normally, FLTAs would teach:

  • beginning level or conversation courses
  • work in a language lab
  • animate a language table
  • organize cultural activities or have similar duties

Fulbright will pay for travel, health insurance and monthly maintenance of the selected candidates. Institutions where the FLTAs are placed provide tuition scholarships for the required coursework.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A POSITION AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING ASSISTANT (FLTA)

  • FLTA applicants must be no younger than 21 and no older than 29 at time of application. The FLTA Program does not provide J-2 sponsorship for dependents.
  • Candidates must be teachers of English or in training to become teachers of English.
  • Applicants must clearly demonstrate maturity, dependability, integrity and professionalism.
  • Ideally, FLTAs are outgoing and dynamic individuals with a great sense of humor.
  • Fluency in English is mandatory. A score of no less than 213 (Computer Based Test) on the TOEFL is required.
  • Candidates should possess the equivalent of a U.S. Bachelors degree (either a diplom or a bakalavr degree from an accredited Russian university) by August 2005 with a good academic record. Masters degrees are highly desirable by many institutions.
  • Prior Teaching experience is preferred.

This is an excellent opportunity for young students/teachers of English in Russia. The deadline for receiving applications is 18 November 2005. For further details and application forms, please contact:

Fulbright Program in Russian Federation
Institute of International Education
125009, Moscow, Ulitsa Tverskaya, 16/2, stroenie 3, office 1
Phone: (095) 935 83 53
FAX: (095) 937 54 18
e-mail: fulbright@fulbright.ru
website: www.fulbright.ru

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY.

Southeast Missouri State University is very pleased to announce that it is offering a new scholarship plan. Undergraduate Students: Groups of five (5) or more undergraduate students arriving at the same time from the same source are eligible to pay in-state tuition for 4 years. Students must live on campus for the first 2 years or until they turn 21, whichever comes later, and they must maintain a grade point average of 2.25.

Graduate students: Additionally groups of 3 of more graduate students are eligible to pay 150% of the in-state tuition; on campus housing is not required. Graduate students must maintain a grade point average of 3.0 for renewal.

The scholarship does not apply to Intensive English Program students but such student groupings are eligible for the scholarship upon entering a regular University degree program.

Southeast offers approximately 150 programs of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as an Intensive English Program with a conditional admission to the university

Nadia Georgieva/Intensive English Programs
Administrative Assistant
Southeast Missouri State University, MS2000
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
PH.: (573) 651-2591 FAX: (573) 651-5111
email: ngeorgieva@semo.edu

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