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The following faculty have been selected for International
Faculty Development Seminars offered by CIEE (at the
Lisa Blee - History (Netherlands)
Neil Devotta - Politics and International Affairs (Russia)
Catherine Harnois - Sociology (Argentina)
Barry Trachtenberg - History (Germany/Poland)
Amy Wallis - Business (Netherlands)
The following faculty have been selected to participate in
the Faculty Overseas Collaborating on Undergraduate
Seminars (FOCUS) Program:
Mary Dalton - Communications
Rob Eastman-Mullins - Theatre/Dance
Ted Gellar-Goad - Classics
Molly Knight - German
Amy Lather - Classics
Ron Neal - Religion
Jason Parsley - Mathematics
Jon Smart - English/Writing
The International Friendship Family Program is looking for
people interested in incorporating our international stu-
dents into their family activities beginning this semes-
ter. This program, in its 11th year, has served as an inval-
uable opportunity for students to experience U.S. culture
outside the confines of campus. Additionally, it serves as a
wonderful chance for families to learn about a world cul-
ture different from their own and to get to know a stu-
dent from a different nation. This program can create
rewarding relationships for years to come. To become a
Friendship Family apply here: http://global.wfu.edu/iss/
form-sponsors/. If you have any questions, please contact
Tara Grischow: email@example.com.
Many students at Wake Forest apply for Fulbright scholarships, but did you know there are annual programs for faculty and staff?
A member of Fulbright staff will be visiting Wake Forest University on Monday, February
to share more information about program options, eli-
gibility, and applications.
Fulbright sends U.S. academics and professionals overseas and brings scholars and professionals from abroad to the U.S. The Fulbright S cholarship
Program sponsors U.S. and foreign participants for exchanges in all areas of endeavor, including the sciences, business, academe, public service, govern-
ment, and the arts and continues to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.
Register to attend one of two information sessions by clicking on the relevant link below, or sign up for an individual consult with Fulbright staff.
Information session for WFU Staff: Monday, February 20 12:00 -1:00pm, PDC 301
Information session for WFU Faculty: Monday, February 20 3:30-4:30pm, Pugh Auditorium
Individual Sessions: Monday, Feb.
1:30-3:30, by appointment
For more information about the Fulbright Scholarship Program and opportunities for faculty and staff visit http://www.cies.org/.
For more information about the upcoming visit to Wake Forest, or to schedule a 1:1 consult with Fulbright staff, contact Michelle Klosterman in the Cen-
ter for Global Programs and Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org.