<<March 1, 2000>>

Karen Adams <kadams@cies.iie.org>

Mr. Robert Gordon <rgordon@iie.org>

Arturo M. Pesigan, M.D. <artpesigan@yahoo.com>

Dr. Teresita I. Barcelo <tbarcelo@iconn.com.ph>

Dear Karen:
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(1) Many thanks for your msg (ATTACHMENT I).

Dear Electronic Colleagues:
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(2) Should you be interested, pls contact Karen directly.

(3) The Institute of International Education (IIE) is the oldest and largest
organization which receives funds from the US Department of State to
execute Fulbright Exchange Program.

Dear Bob:
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(4) As you know, I distribute many long msgs almost every day to our
listserve members. Therefore, though I receive many requests, I usually
do not re-distribute this kind of request/material, lest I should
overload them.

(5) However, this time is special, since you are the person who kindly
introduced me the Request For Proposal (RFP) made by Art Pesigan which
became the starting point of our Global University System in the
Philippines project -- see "Draft of Travel Grant Application to the
National Science Foundation for the Manila Mini-Workshop -- 1 of 5:
Travel Grant Application / 2 of 5: Workshop Schedule / 3 of 5: Grant
Nominees / 4 of 5: Philippine Counterparts / 5 of 5: GUS in the
Philippines Pilot Project Proposal - February 16-17, 2000" at;

<http://www.kagawa-jc.ac.jp/~steve/global-univ-2000.html>.

(6) We now plan to have a mini-workshop at the University of
Philippines/Open University (UPOU) to kick-off this project.

However, the UPOU encounters with a severe budget cut.

I would greatly appreciate it if you can kindly request the people of
your organization in Manila to provide Teresita with help and support as
much as possible.

Best, Tak
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ATTACHMENT I

Subject: Fulbright Chairs in Wireless E-Commerce and Technology
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 12:37:26 -0500
From: kadams@iie.org
To: utsumi@columbia.edu

Dear Takeshi Utsumi,

Robert Gordon of IIE has given me your name as someone who could assist the
Council for International Exchange of Scholars in reaching those who would be
appropriate for distinguished Fulbright chair awards that are currently
available.

1) Attached is a flier for the 2000-2001 Stockholm Chair in Wireless E-Commerce.

Application deadline is currently set for March 15, but I
will work with applicants who wish to apply and cannot by this date.
They should contact me directly. Applicants who wish to apply should
download the 2000-2001 application from our web site (www.iie.org/cies)
and complete this form. Attached to the form should be a 5-page
proposal, c.v., seminar syllabus, and 3 letters of reference (with
signed waiver form and in a signed, sealed envelope).

2) Also attached is a flier for the overall 2001-2002 Chairs program that
includes again the Stockholm Chair as well as another in information
technology at Linkoping University in Sweden. Deadline for application
is May 1. The letter with the flier explains the application process.

I would greatly appreciate any assistance you can provide in getting
word to those who would be interested in these awards. Please let me
know if you have any questions.

Warm wishes,
Karen Adams
kadams@cies.iie.org
202/686-6245
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NEW FULBRIGHT AWARD IN E-COMMERCE ANNOUNCED
FOR 2000-2001

The Council for International Exchange of Scholars announced it is seeking
both academic and professional candidates for a $100,000 Fulbright
distinguished lecturing/research award in
e-commerce in Sweden for the 2000-01 academic year.

FULBRIGHT-STOCKHOLM INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CHAIR IN WIRELESS E-COMMERCE

Affiliation: The Stockholm School of Economics and the Royal Institute of Technology

Length: Nine months preferred but shorter time period may be
considered, starting September 2000.

Application: DEADLINE IS MARCH 15, 2000. Submit complete Fulbright
application to Dr. Karen Adams, Council for International
Exchange of Scholars, 3007 Tilden Street, NW, Suite 5L;
Washington, DC 20008-3009. Application may be downloaded
from: http://www.iie.org/cies/awards2000/usapp.htm

Specialty: e-commerce, especially in the field of Internet-based
applications, targeting business to consumer or consumer to
business applications (as opposed to business to business
applications and markets). Full professor preferred but
professionals and other highly qualified applicants will be
considered.

Assignment: Award is for lecturing and research. Grantee will offer
graduate seminars and engage in collaborative research with
host colleagues and the Swedish business community. Scholar
will also participate in workshops with faculty and grant
sponsors (IBM Sweden) AB, Ericsson, Telia AB and Brainheart Capital AB).

Benefits: Stipend is $100,000 for nine month grant. Housing and
round-trip travel are provided.

For additional information contact:
Dr. Karen Adams or Ms. Holly Williams
Telephone: 202/686-6245 or 202/686-6232
E-mail: kadams@cies.iie.org or hwilliams@cies.iie.org
World Wide Web: http://www.cies.org
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Fulbright Scholar Program

2001-02 FULBRIGHT DISTINGUISHED CHAIRS PROGRAM
DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2000
<www.cies.org>

The following Fulbright awards carry enhanced benefits and are viewed as among
the most prestigious appointments in the Fulbright Program. Lecturing is in
English. Candidates must be U.S. citizens and have a prominent record of
scholarly accomplishment. Disciplines requested are subject to change.
Consult CIES or website before applying.

AUSTRIA - FULBRIGHT-KARL FRANZENS UNIVERSITY DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN CULTURAL
STUDIES: Grantee will offer courses in an area of the scholar's expertise at
advanced undergraduate and graduate levels. Course level and content are to
be arranged on a consensual basis with the host institution. Grantee should be
a scholar-teacher with interests in fields centrally associated with cultural
studies. There is a particular interest in scholars involved in theoretical
and methodological issues and interdisciplinary approaches. Instruction is in
English, but some knowledge of German is desirable. Faculty of Humanities,
Graz. Four months, starting October 2001 or March 2002. Benefits: 4,360 Euro
per month, travel grant of 800 Euro for grantee only, and monthly allowance of
145 Euro per accompanying dependent (up to 3).

AUSTRIA - FULBRIGHT-UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN SOCIAL AND
ECONOMIC SCIENCES--GLOBALIZATION: Grantee will offer three lecture courses to
undergraduate and graduate students. The grantee should have
interdisciplinary interests and be able to work with more than one of the 17
departments at Innsbruck on the ethical, social, political, and economic
implications of globalizatiion. Instruction is in English, but some knowledge
of German is desirable. Four months, starting October 2001 or March 2002.
Benefits: 4,360 Euro per month, travel grant of 800 Euro for grantee only, and
monthly allowance of 145 Euro per accompanying dependent (up to 3).

AUSTRIA - FULBRIGHT-UNIVERSITY OF KLAGENFURT DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN GENDER
STUDIES: Grantee will teach three courses per week in area of expertise at an
advanced undergraduate and graduate level. Interest in fields centrally
associated to gender studies, with particular focus on theoretical and
methodological issues and interdisciplinary approaches. Departments involved
include education, communication and cultural studies, English and American
studies, German studies, history, literature, sociology, and philosophy.
Instruction is in English, but some knowledge of German is desirable. Four
months, starting October 2001 or March 2002. Benefits: 4,360 Euro per month,
travel grant of 800 Euro for grantee only, and monthly allowance of 145 Euro
per accompanying dependent (up to 3).

AUSTRIA - FULBRIGHT-JOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY OF LINZ DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS: The Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics, and
Business are interested in interdisciplinary scholars involved in theoretical,
methodological, and practical issues and who work with one or more of the
Faculty's 26 departments in the field of international business. Insturction
is in English, but some knowledge of German is desirable. Four months,
starting October 2001 or March 2002. Benefits: 4,360 Euro per month, travel
grant of 800 Euro for grantee only, and monthly allowance of 145 Euro per
accompanying dependent (up to 3).

AUSTRIA - FULBRIGHT-UNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN NATURAL
SCIENCES (including Geography, Mathematics, Psychology, and Computer Science):
Grantee will offer three lecture courses to undergraduate and graduate
students. The Faculty of Natural Sciences is interested in scholars involved
in interdisciplinary approaches who will work with one or more of the
Faculty's departments: botany and botanical garden, chemistry and
biochemistry, computer sciences, didactics of natural sciences, genetics and
general biology, geography and geographic information sciences, geology and
paleontology, mathematics, mineralogy, physics and biophysics, physiology of
plants, psychology, scientific computing, and zoology. The chair will rotate
to other areas of the university in the future. Instruction is in English,
but some knowledge of German is desirable. Four months, starting October 2001
or March 2002. Benefits: 4,360 Euro per month, travel grant of 800 Euro for
grantee only, and monthly allowance of 145 Euro per accompanying dependent (up
to 3).

AUSTRIA - FULBRIGHT UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN THE HUMANITIES
(including selected disciplines in the Social Sciences): Grantee will teach
three courses at an advanced undergraduate and graduate level. Open to any
specialization in the humanities or area studies (such as Asia, Africa, Egypt,
India, Japan, eastern Europe, Buddhist, Byzantine, and Jewish studies) at
Faculty of Humanities or the humanities and selected disciplines in the social
sciences (such as education, ethnology, geography, communications, political
science, psychology, and sociology) at the Faculty of Integrated Studies,
University of Vienna. Instruction is in English, but some knowledge of German
is desirable. Four months, October 2001 or March 2002. Benefits: 4,360
Euro per month, travel grant of 800 Euro for grantee only, and monthly
allowance of 145 Euro per accompanying dependent (up to 3).

CANADA - FULBRIGHT-UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY CHAIR IN NORTH AMERICAN STUDIES:
Grantee will teach graduate and undergraduate courses. Particular interest in
areas of anthropology, archaeology, economics, linguistics, geography,
history, political science, and sociology with other social science areas
considered. Four and a half months, starting September 2001 or January 2002.
Benefits: @ US/Canadian $35,000 (contingent upon funding).

CANADA - FULBRIGHT - UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK CHAIR IN PROPERTY SYSTEMS:
Grantee will teach graduate and undergraduate courses in property systems as
approached from one of the following disciplines: law, economics, public
administration, business, geography, environmental studies or agriculture.
One academic term beginning September 2001 or January 2002. Benefits:
approximately $25,000 (contingent upon funding).

DENMARK - ODENSE CHAIR IN AMERICAN STUDIES: Grantee will teach undergraduate
and graduate courses. Disciplines of interest include American history,
American literature, political science, cultural studies (such as art, film,
or music history), sociology, international relations, economics, or business
administration. Preference is for an interdisciplinary scholar who is active
in the field of American Studies. Center for American Studies, University of
Southern Denmark, Odense University. Nine months, starting September 2001.
Benefits: 315,000 Danish kroner and free health care for family.

FINLAND - BICENTENNIAL CHAIR IN AMERICAN STUDIES: Grantee will teach survey of
an American studies area and a seminar in area of expertise. A teaching load
of approximately six hours per week and supervision of graduate theses.
Occasional guest lectures at other universities and consultation on
curriculum. Disciplines of interest include American history, American
literature, cultural studies (such as art, film, or music history),
international relations, sociology, or political science. University of
Helsinki. Nine months, starting September 2001. Benefits: $5,555 per month
paid in local currency plus travel for grantee and one dependent and excess
baggage allowance. Actual number of finnmarks per month depends upon local
currency exchange rate. Housing is provided, but grantee is responsible for
utilities.

GERMANY - DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN AMERICAN STUDIES: Grantee will teach graduate
seminar and lecture courses in American studies broadly defined. There is
special interest in political science or American history, but the award is
open to other areas as well. The chair is suitable for scholars who have had
little or no prior experience with Germany. Occasional lectures outside the
host institution and other outreach activities involving American Studies
outreach in Germany. Humboldt University, Berlin. Full-year appointment
preferred, though a one-term grant may be possible, starting September 2001.
Benefits for a ten-month grant: approximately DM 90,000 for maintenance and
all other benefits. The exact amount depends on actual duration of grant,
number of dependents, and other factors.

HUNGARY - JOHN MARSHALL CHAIR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE: Grantee will teach an
advanced undergraduate course on U.S. government, politics, and political
institutions, one or more advanced courses or faculty seminars in area of
specialization, and consult on development of political science curriculum.
Background in comparative political or parliamentary systems desirable.
Budapest University of Economic Sciences or another Hungarian institution.
Five or nine months; September 2001 or February 2002 for one-semester grants;
September 2001 for academic-year grants (preferred). Benefits: approximately
$3500 per month, plus housing, in-country maintenance, and book allowances;
travel and dependent allowances, based on number of dependents.

HUNGARY - LASZLO ORSZAGH CHAIR IN AMERICAN STUDIES: Grantee will teach
courses, direct research, and offer lectures or seminars at the undergraduate
and graduate levels. Scholar may also offer short-term courses for Hungarian
faculty and will assist in curriculum development. Applications accepted from
any of the several disciplines comprising American Studies, including but not
limited to, history, art history, philosophy, literature, African-American
culture and literature, political science, sociology, and religion.
Affiliation to be determined. Five or nine months beginning September 2001
for academic-year grants (preferred); September 2001 or February 2002 for
one-semester grants. Benefits: approximately $3500 per month, plus housing,
in-country maintenance, and book allowances; travel and dependent allowances,
based on number of dependents.

IRELAND - MARY BALL WASHINGTON CHAIR IN AMERICAN HISTORY: Grantee will teach
at advanced undergraduate level, one broadly based course and two specialized
courses, in addition to tutorials. Host institution's preference is for
specialist in 20th-century American diplomatic history, the U.S. presidency,
or American political history, although other subfields will be considered.
Department of Modern History, University College Dublin (UCD). Both senior
and junior scholars will be considered. Nine months, starting
September/October 2001. Benefits: 42,000 Irish punts from UCD and $5,000 U.S.
dollar grant (total @ $55,000).

ITALY -- BOLOGNA CHAIR IN AMERICAN HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE: The
University has particular interest in American intellectual or political
history, American political science, political theory (theories of liberalism
and nationalism). Comparative approach preferred. Grantee will provide one
seminar and some guest lectures to advanced undergraduate students.
Occasional lectures at other universities. Department of Politics,
Institutions, and History, University of Bologna. Three months, starting
February 2002. Benefits: about $11,000 stipend plus about $900 settling-in
allowance (paid in local currency) and international travel for grantee only.

ITALY - FLORENCE CHAIR IN HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION: Grantee will offer one
seminar and provide thesis advising to doctoral students. Interest in
cultural history between the 17th and 20th centuries, preferably from a
transatlantic perspective. Department of History and Civilization, European
University Institute, Florence. Three months, starting mid-February 2002.
Benefits: about $11,000 stipend plus about $900 settling-in allowance, about
$3,000 additional housing allowance, $125 per month for each accompanying
dependent (all paid in local currency), and international travel for grantee
only.

ITALY-NAPLES CHAIR IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: Grantee will teach one seminar.
University of Naples. Three months, with arrival in late February for a
beginning date in March 2002. Benefits: about $11,000 stipend plus about
$900 settling-in allowance (paid in local currency) and international travel
for grantee only.

ITALY - PISA CHAIR IN MICROENGINEERING: Grantee will teach one introductory
lecture course and one doctoral course. Mechanical engineering with
specialization in integrated design, microengineering, microfabrication
technologies, robotics, MEMS teleoperation, or mechatronics. Sant'Anna School
of University Studies and Doctoral Research, Pisa, three months. Benefits:
about $11,000 stipend plus about $900 settling-in allowance (paid in local
currency) and international travel for grantee only.

ITALY - SIENA CHAIR IN ECONOMICS: Grantee will lecture to graduate students.
Strongly preferred area is economic theory (including mathematical economics
and game theory). Also of interest are fiscal and monetary policy,
international transportation economics, micro/macro international economics,
public economics, and comparative economics. Faculty of Economics and
Banking, University of Siena. Three months between April and June 2002.
Benefits: about $11,000 stipend plus about $900 settling-in allowance (paid
in local currency) and international travel for grantee only.

ITALY - TRENTO CHAIR IN COMPARATIVE LAW: Grantee is expected to offer one
course and to give two seminars to graduate students. Field of specialization
open. Some knowledge of European legal systems and a comparative approach in
teaching preferred. Associate professor or full professor with degree in law
or related field. Open to legal professionals with record of publications and
teaching experience. School of Law, University of Trento. Three months,
March-May 2002. Benefits: about $11,000 stipend plus about $900 settling-in
allowance (paid in local currency) and international travel for grantee only.

ITALY - TRIESTE CHAIR IN LINGUISTICS. Grantee will teach one advanced
doctoral course. Interest in general and applied linguistics, including
formal synchronic and diachronic approaches. Field is anticipated to
alternate between geography (human, political, economic) and linguistics.
Rank of associate or full professor required. University of Trieste. Three
months, starting March 2002 with arrival in late February. Benefits: about
$11,000 stipend plus about $900 settling-in allowance (paid in local currency)
and international travel for grantee only.

ITALY - VENICE CHAIR IN LINGUISTICS AND PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE: University
seeks full professor to offer one lecturing course and tutorials at graduate
level. Subject expertise desired is theoretical linguistics especially syntax
or theory of grammar. Three months, beginning March 2002 with arrival in late
February. University of Venice. Benefits: about $11,000 stipend plus about
$900 settling-in allowance (paid in local currency) and international travel
for grantee only.

ITALY - VITERBO CHAIR IN MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS POLICIES: Full or associate
professor to teach one introductory lecturing course and seminars in business
policies and strategies. Particular interest in ethics and governance and the
role of public companies. Three months beginning October 2001. Faculty of
Economics, Universite degli Studi della Tuscia, Viterbo. Benefits: about
$11,000 stipend plus about $900 settling-in allowance (paid in local currency)
and international travel for grantee only.

NETHERLANDS - JOHN ADAMS CHAIR IN AMERICAN HISTORY: Grantee will offer
advanced undergraduate courses and graduate seminars in American history.
Limited supervision of graduate theses and consultation on the curriculum.
The Fulbright Commission will arrange affiliation with one of five Dutch
universities with an American Studies Department. Full Professor. Four
months, starting September 2001 or January 2002. Benefits: $20,000 plus
international travel (up to a maximum of $1,000) for grantee only.

NETHERLANDS - THOMAS JEFFERSON CHAIR IN AMERICAN SOCIAL STUDIES (FOR JUNIOR OR
SENIOR SCHOLARS): Grantee will teach undergraduate courses in one of more
of the social science disciplines within American studies, including law,
economics, or political science. Limited supervision of graduate theses and
consultation on the curriculum. The Fulbright Commission will arrange
affiliation with one of five Dutch universities with an American Studies
Department. Four months, starting September 2001 or January 2002. Benefits:
$16,000 (junior scholars or those below the rank of full professor) $20,000
(full professor) plus international travel (up to a maximum of $1,000) for
grantee only.

NETHERLANDS - WALT WHITMAN CHAIR IN AMERICAN CULTURE STUDIES (FOR JUNIOR OR
SENIOR SCHOLARS): Grantee will offer undergraduate courses and graduate
seminars in American culture studies. Limited supervision of graduate theses
and consultation on the curriculum. The Fulbright Commission will arrange
affiliation with one of five Dutch universities with an American Studies
Department. Appropriate fields include American literature, music, theater,
and communications. Four months, starting September 2001 or January 2002.
Benefits: $16,000 (junior scholars or those below the rank of full professor)
$20,000 (full professor) plus international travel (up to a maximum of $1,000)
for grantee only.

POLAND - CHAIR IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: Grantee will teach courses, direct
research, and offer lectures or seminars at the undergraduate and graduate
levels in American literature or American culture and society. Assist in
curriculum development and offer short-term courses for Polish faculty as
requested. Special interest in 20th-century literature, including women's,
ethnic, modernist, and postmodern literature; 19th-century transcendentalist
literature; literary theory, or popular culture and media. Five or nine
months beginning mid-September 2001 for academic-year grants; mid-September
2001 or February 2002 for one-semester grants. Marie Curie-Sklodowska
University, Lublin; University of Warsaw, University of Lodz, University of
Silesia. Benefits: approximately $3600 per month, plus housing, travel and
dependent allowances based on number of dependents; book allowance.

PORTUGAL - THREE DISTINGUISHED CHAIRS IN MULTIMEDIA, TELEVISION PRODUCTION,
AND SOUND:
1) Multimedia (technical and creative applications of CD-ROM
production, technical elements of digital imaging/D.V.D, 3D
animation)
2) Television Production (all aspects of studio production, including
camera work and set-up, sound editing, and digital image editing)
3) Sound (all aspects of sound editing, creative approaches to sound
design, sound mixing and special effects)

A doctorate, MFA, or MA with a professional or artistic ręsumę required.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses and assist with student counseling
and curriculum development. Serve as catalyst for new ideas and approaches.
Some knowledge of Portuguese, Spanish, or Italian preferred. Department of
Sound and Image, Portuguese Catholic University, Porto. Three months; all
three chairs begin January 2002. Benefits: $3,500 per month, round-trip
airfare for grantee, and housing allowance.

RUSSIA - MOSCOW CHAIR IN AMERICAN HISTORY: Grantee will teach advanced
undergraduate and graduate level American history courses. Open to all
specializations. Associate or Full Professor. Department of History, Moscow
State University. Five months, starting January/February 2002. Benefits:
$3,500 per month base stipend plus maintenance allowance in the range of
$1,000-1,400 per month. Amount is determined by number of accompanying
dependents. There is also a travel/relocation allowance which ranged from
$3,500-8,500 determined by the number of dependents.

SWEDEN - FULBRIGHT-STOCKHOLM INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CHAIR IN WIRELESS
E-COMMERCE: Offer graduate seminars and review doctoral dissertations. 50%
lecturing and 50% research. Frequent interaction with IT business community
via monthly seminars open to both researchers and to the business community.
Research in digital cellphones, internet usage, and PC access. Interest in
wireless e-commerce applications and markets targeting business-consumer
exchange. Full professor preferred, but all highly qualified candidates,
including professionals, will be considered. Joint appointment at Stockholm
School of Economics and Royal Institute of Technology, Kista. Nine months,
beginning September 2001; shorter time periods will be considered. Benefits:
9-month award US $100,000 and round-trip travel. Housing is provided.

SWEDEN - FULBRIGHT-ERICSSON CHAIR IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AT LINKOPING
UNIVERSITY: Grantee will research and teach graduate courses in field of
specialization and offer a seminar series at Ericsson Telecommunications.
Emphasis on communication electronics, communication software, real-time
systems and protocols. Grantee will also provide consultation to doctoral
students and engage in reciprocal research interests between Swedish academics
and IT professionals. Link”ping Institute of Technology. Nine months,
beginning September 2001. Benefits: US $100,000 and round-trip travel.

SWEDEN - UPPSALA CHAIR IN AMERICAN STUDIES: Grantee will teach one
introductory undergraduate course and one graduate course in area of
expertise. Disciplines of interest include American history, literature, or
politics. Grantee will also supervise student research and give an inaugural
lecture at the start of the first term. The Swedish Institute for North
American Studies, Uppsala University. Nine months, beginning September 2001.
Benefits: SEK 350,000 (about $50,000 paid in local currency), baggage
allowance and round-trip travel for grantee only.

***APPLICATIONS DUE MAY 1, 2000***

To apply for the Chairs program, send a letter of interest For additional
information, contact one of the (@ three pages) and c.v. (limited to eight
single-sided following: pages) to the following address:

Dr. Karen Adams
202/686-6245
kadams@cies.iie.org
Ms. Holly Williams
202/686-6232
hwilliams@cies.iie.org
Fulbright Senior Scholar Program
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
3007 Tilden Street, NW, Suite 5L
Washington, DC 20008-3009
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Winter 2000

Dear Colleague:

With this letter is information on the Fulbright Distinguished Chairs program
for the 2001-2002 competition. Distinguished chair awards are among the most
prestigious in the Fulbright program and often carry enhanced benefits. If
you are interested in applying for one of these appointments, please submit
the following materials:

1) a detailed letter of interest (about 3 pages), including a
statement outlining suitability for the position and professional
reasons for seeking the appointment. [You may apply for only one
chair but may indicate your interest in others for which you are qualified.]
2) a curriculum vitae (limit of 8 single-sided pages). Please
include for tracking reasons the following information:

* your date of birth
* work and home addresses and telephone numbers
* your e-mail address
* how to reach you in July.

Please send the letter and c.v. to my attention at CIES, no later than May 1,
2000. Note that individuals who have recently held a Fulbright grant are
eligible only after a three-year interval has passed since their previous award.

CIES peer review committees will conduct a prescreening of candidates for the
chairs in late June. In July a small number of candidates will be invited to
complete a formal Fulbright application for further consideration by the host
countries. This application will be due August 4th.

We hope you will share this information with other colleagues who may be
interested in the Fulbright Distinguished Chairs program. If you have further
questions about the 2001-02 chairs or the submission/review process, please
feel free to contact me (e-mail: kadams@cies.iie.org or telephone:
202/686-6245) or Holly Williams, Program Associate (e-mail:
hwilliams@cies.iie.org or telephone: 202/686-6232).

Sincerely,

Karen C. Adams
Assistant Director, Europe/NIS
Kadams@cies.iie.org
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Karen Adams
Assistant Director, Europe/NIS
Fulbright Senior Scholar Program
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
3007 Tilden Street, NW, Suite 5L
Washington, DC 20008-3009
202/686-6245
kadams@cies.iie.org

Mr. Robert Gordon
Vice President
Development Training and Assistance
Institute of International Education
1400 K Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005-2403
202-326-7706
1-800-424-8030
Fax: 202-326-7709
rgordon@iie.org

Arturo M. Pesigan, M.D.
Assistant to the Chancellor for Administraiton
University of the Philippines/Manila
625 Pedro Gil Street
Ermita, Manila 1000
Philippines
Tel: 632-526-5966
524-7102
Fax: 632-523-7745
Pager: 150-354071
artpesigan@yahoo.com
http://www.upou.edu.ph

Dr. Teresita I. Barcelo
Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences
University of Philippines/Open University
Manila, Philippines
Tel: 526-2272
523-1633
Fax: 523-1633
Pager: 1441-17-1114
tbarcelo@iconn.com.ph
sdemla@mozcom.com
fhs-upou@mozcom.com
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