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Fulbright U.S. Scholars

Karen Biraimah

The Core Fulbright Scholar Program offers nearly 500 teaching, research or combination teaching/research awards in over 125 countries. Opportunities are available for college and university faculty and administrators as well as for professionals, artists, journalists, scientists, lawyers, independent scholars and many others. In addition, to several new program models designed to meet the changing needs of U.S. academics and professionals, Fulbright is offering more opportunities for flexible, multi-country grants.

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List of Awardees

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  •    2016-2017

      • Ann Miller, Communications, Kenya
      • Michele Upvall, Nursing, Thailand
  •    2015-2016

      • Thomas Bryer, Public Administration, Lithuania
      • Kathleen DeGuzman, Education, South Korea
      • Denise Young, Social Work, Japan
  •    2014-2015

      • Karen Biraimah, Education, Namibia
      • Po-Ju Chen, Business, Austria
      • Keith Kovach, Arts, Austria
      • Ann Miller, Communications, Uganda
  •    2013-2014

      • Thomas Bryer, Education, Iceland
      • Eric Hoffman, Biology, Brazil
      • Ady Milman, Business, Austria
  •    2012-2013

      • Pamela Bush, New Zealand
      • Ni-Bin Chang, Germany
      • Po-Ju Chen, Business, Denmark
      • Christopher Cook, Theology/Religion, Germany
      • William Coombs, Estonia
      • Huaixiang Tan, Drama/Theater Arts, India
      • John Weishampel, Environmental Sciences, Germany 
  •    2011-2012

      • Bosquet Bruno, Physics, France
      • Munro Orde, Chemistry, South Africa
      • Steve Collins, Journalism, Kenya
  •    2010-2011

      • Annabelle Conroy, Political Science, Bolivia
      • Charles Negy, Psychology, El Salvador
      • Richard Crepeau, American Studies, Russia
  •    2008-2009

      • Karen Biraimah, Education, Kenya
      • Humberto Campins, Physics and Astronomy, Spain
      • Elfed Lewis, Engineering, Ireland
      • Zeinab Mansour, Mathematics, Egypt
      • Kelley Melendez, Education, Germany
      • Luis Rabelo, Engineering, Panama
      • Carol Saunders, Business Administration, Vienna 
  •    2006-2007

      • Rachid Bendriss, Education, Germany
      • Olga Pustovalova, American Studies, Russian Federation
      • Kathryn Seidel, American Literature, Japan
      • Kenneth Reynolds, Sociology, Russian Federation
  •    2005-2006

      • Richard Cornell, Education, Ukraine
      • Abraham Pizam, Business Administration, Slovak Republic
      • Benjamin Abramowitz, Business Administration, Ukraine
      • Shakila Mushtaq, Biological Sciences, Pakistan
      • H.G. Parsa, Business Administration, India
      • John Weishampel, Environmental Sciences, Canada
  •    Prior to 2005

      • Richard Adicks, Language and Literature (non U.S.), Zimbabwe
      • Shireen Kamal Assem, Chemistry, Egypt
      • Abdul Baloch, Engineering, Pakistan
      • Issa Batarseh, Engineering, Jordan
      • Rosalind Beiler, American History, Germany
      • Kamal Benchekroun, Mathematics, Morroco
      • Ryszard Bialecki, Engineering, Poland
      • Karen Biraimah, Education, Malaysia
      • Aurel Burciu, Economics, Romania
      • Richard Crepeau, American U.S. Studies, Russia
      • Duane Davis, Business Administration, Portugal
      • Lokenath Debnath, Mathematics, India
      • Bernard Decker, Language and Literature (non U.S.), Germany
      • Luis Elias, Physics and Astronomy, Peru
      • Gina Giovinco, Medical Sciences, Jordan
      • Avelino Gonzalez, Engineering, Costa Rica
      • Gregory Hall, Political Science, Russian Federation
      • Clarence Head, Environmental Sciences, Russian Federation
      • Larry Holt, Education, Lithuania
      • Husain Kassim, Philosophy, Salzburg
      • Sue Mahan, Sociology, Peru
      • Queise Waltraud Morales, Political Science, Bolivia
      • Irina Morozova, American Literature, Russian Federation
      • Sudarsan Nanda, Mathematics, India
      • Anastasia Novikova, Education, Russian Federation
      • Marian Price, American Literature, Germany
      • Stephen Rice, Engineering, Germany
      • Houman Sadri, Political Science, Kuwait
      • Serena Volo, Business Administration, Italy




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