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UI professors win Fulbright Scholar Awards for teaching, research
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Five University of Iowa professors and one graduate
student have been awarded Fulbright Scholar Awards to teach and conduct
research abroad during the 1998-99 academic year.
For more than 50 years the Fulbright Scholar Program has offered grants
for college and university faculty, as well as for professionals and independent
scholars, to lecture and conduct research in countries around the globe.
The program's goal is "to increase mutual understanding between the
people of the United States and the people of other countries and thus
to assist in the development of friendly, sympathetic, and peaceful relations
between the United States and other countries of the world."
The Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) administers
the Fulbright Scholar Program.
Following is a list of the UI Fulbright Scholars for 1998-99:
Vera A.I. Loening-Baucke, professor of pediatrics, is lecturing and conducting
research at Humboldt University of Berlin Charite Hospital, in Germany
from September 1998-July 1999.
Clifford C. Missen, a systems analyst and adjunct instructor with International
Programs, is lecturing and conducting research at the University of Jos
in Nigeria from October 1998-August 1999.
Kim E. Nielsen, a visiting assistant professor of history, is lecturing
at the University of Iceland in Reykjavik from September 1998-July 1999.
John D. Peters, an associate professor of communication studies, is lecturing
at the University of Athens in Greece from October 1998-March 1999.
Catherine E. Rymph, a doctorate student in history, is lecturing at the
University of Greifswald in Germany from September 1998-July 1999.
H. Bradley Sagen, an emeritus professor of plan policy and leadership
study in the College of Education, is lecturing and conducting research
at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea from March 1999-August 1999.