UOIP seeking Fulbright scholars, other special grant recipients(Editor's note: The full text of the following article was inadvertently omitted in the May 9 issue of Spectrum. We regret any confusion this omission may have caused.)
By Clara B. Cox
Spectrum Volume 18 Issue 33 - June 13, 1996
When the university recognized its Fulbright scholars in January as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Fulbright program, not all of the scholarship recipients could be notified because no list of these outstanding faculty members had been maintained.
Now, the University Office of International Programs is compiling the names of all faculty members who have conducted research, studied, or taught abroad under special grants. "We believe we should maintain a list of these outstanding faculty members, not only for those occasions when we want to honor them for their international involvement, but also for times when we might need their advice or services in our international activities," said Patrick R. Liverpool, vice provost for international programs.
Faculty members who have received grants or fellowships for international activities and who are not listed below should contact Patrick W. Carlton, UOIP's interim director for education and outreach, at email@example.com or 1-6459.
Senior Fulbright grant recipients are Linda Arnold, Ota Barta, Milka Bliznakov (two grants), Clifton Bryant, Patrick Carlton, William Conger, John Crunkilton, Andrea Cavanaugh, Brian Dennison, Theo A. Dillaha, Bernard Dukore, Robert Dyck, John L. Eaton, Diana Farkas, Curtis Finch, Marshall Fishwick, Nevin Frantz, Ellsworth Fuhrman, Theodore Fuller, William Gorcica, Gary Grieve-Carlson, Francis Gwazdauskas, Brian Hanson, Robert Heller, Bradley Hertel, Ann Hertzler, Thomas Howard, Philip Huang, Milos Hudlicky, Bernard LaBerge (two grants), Gary Long, Timothy Luke, Harold McNair, Scott Midkiff, Robert Morrill, Rhys C. Payne, James Palmer, Raymond H. Plaut, John Rohr, John F. Rossi, Steven Scheckler, Peter Schmitthenner, Neil L. Shumsky, Robert B. Siegle, William E. Snizek, Donald Shoemaker, Richard Veilleux, Richard Wokutch, Allan Youston, and Richard Zody.
Humboldt grant recipients are Curt Adkisson, Christopher Beattie, Charles Feustel, D.P.H. Hasselman, Eugene Haugh, Thomas Keenan, Timothy Larsen, R.E. Marshak, Leonard Meirovitch, Ali Nayfeh, Michael Saffle (two grants), Bruce Wallace, Stephen White, and Royce Zia.
Marshall grant: Charles Taylor; Fogarty International Center Fellowship: Brian Storrie; National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship: Thomas H. Carpenter.