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Saturday, April 14, 2007

Fulbright Awarded to Librarian Mengxiong Liu


Fulbright Awarded to Librarian
Nick Veronin
Issue date: 4/12/07 Section: News
Spartan Daily Online
A San Jose State University faculty member has been selected to travel to Uruguay this year in order to engage in a U.S. sponsored educational and cultural exchange program with the South American country.

Mengxiong Liu, an engineering librarian and professor of library and information science at SJSU, will be among hundreds of U.S. faculty and professionals traveling abroad this year under the Fulbright Senior Specialist Program, according to a Fulbright press release. Full story


Thanks to David Dillard for the above info.

See also:
  • Awards in India
  • Fulbright Programs for U.S. Scholars and others, Fulbright Global Programs for U.S. and non-U.S. Scholars, Fulbright Programs for Visiting (Non-U.S.) Scholars & U.S. Institutions, and Fulbright Scholar Grants for Institutions
  • Fulbright award in Egypt, 2008-09
    "I write to bring your attention to a Fulbright Scholar award for a professional librarian or higher education faculty member in library management and library science education during the 2008-09 academic year at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Egypt. This new award is for an experienced person to conduct research and lead seminars and workshops for librarians, faculty and administrative staff as well as assist in developing and assessing academic curricula and educational materials.

    A Ph.D. or M.L.S. and strong administrative, organizational, and communication skills are required. English is the primary working and teaching language, and knowledge of Arabic is desirable, though not required.

    The award may be for a period of from four to nine months during the academic year.
    I would appreciate your distributing news of this Fulbright award to members of the MELA and other individuals who would be qualified for the award. The deadline for receipt of applications is August 1, 2007.

    The Fulbright Program in the Middle East and North Africa will accept applications for this award and for awards in other countries that are interested in faculty to teach in library science programs in 2008-09 in Bahrain, Oman and Morocco.
    Contact:
    Gary L. Garrison
    Asst. Director, Asia/Middle East
    Council for International Exchange of Scholars
    Suite 5L
    3007 Tilden Street, NW
    Washington DC 20008
    tel. 202-686-4019
    fax. 202-362-3442
    ggarrison@cies.iie.org
    www.cies.org

    Info courtesy: Dr. Ali Houissa
    NB. Long live my affiliation with Fulbright Scholarship and the Fulbright alumni association.

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  • 2 Comments:

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Dr. Taher,
    Thank you very much. It is very kind of you posting the news on your blog. I'm very excited about this opportunity.
    --Mengxiong
    _________________________________________
    Mengxiong Liu, Ph.D., Chair of Library Faculty
    Engineering Librarian
    Professor of Library and Information Science
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
    San Jose State University
    San Jose, CA 95192-0028
    Tel. (408) 808-2089

    3:38 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

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    4:47 PM  

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