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Davis, Brian L., Ph.d.
06-25-2008, 02:57 AM
This was sent to me earlier today, and may be of interest to
biomechanics researchers in the USA who wish to spend a sabbatical in
South Africa.



Regards,

Brian

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Brian L. Davis, Ph.D.

Vice-Chairman, Dept. Biomedical Engineering, Cleveland Clinic

Past-President, International Society of Biomechanics



Consider a Fulbright scholar grant to strengthen your institutional
linkage with South Africa. As a key contact for university exchange, we
appreciate your sharing this message with your colleagues, to encourage
them to lecture, conduct research or do both, in collaboration with an
institution with which your school has already developed shared goals.
Apply by this August 1 for 2009-2010.



U.S. citizenship is required; associate and full professors are
preferred. Scholars in a wide range of disciplines are welcome. A
letter of invitation from one of 22 South African higher education
institutions needs to be submitted as part of the application. Grants
can start as early as July 2009 or as late as February 2010 for six to
eleven months. Take advantage of this tangible way to advance your
institution's internationalization priorities and leverage your linkage
in South Africa.



Apply online at: http://www.cies.org/us_scholars/us_awards/

Contact Debra Egan, degan@cies.iie.org, 202.686-6230, or Matthew
Fortier, mfortier@cies.iie.org, 202 686-4027, with questions.



Sincerely,



Debra Egan

Assistant Director, Sub-Saharan Africa

Council for International Exchange of Scholars

degan@cies.iie.org

Tel: (202) 686-6230






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