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									Senator J. William Fulbright (1905-1995)          Fulbright Scholar Program

                                                    • Established in 1946
                                                    • Sends U.S. academics and
                                                    professionals overseas
                                                    • Brings scholars and
                                                    professionals from abroad to
                                                    the U.S.
                                                    • Sponsored by U.S.
                                                    Department of State’s
                                                    Bureau of Educational and
  “International education exchange is the most     Cultural Affairs
  significant current project designed to
  continue the process of humanizing mankind        • Administered by the
  to the point, we would hope, that nations can     Council for International
  learn to live in peace.”                          Exchange of Scholars (CIES)
Jawed Zouari                   Fulbright Scholar 2003-2005
•Professor
• Department of Political
Science
• Seattle Central Community
College




                              • Visiting Lecturer/Researcher
                              • Faculte des Sciences Juridiques,
                                Politiques, et Sociales
                              • University of Tunis, Tunisia
                   Why I Chose to Apply
Professional Development: Opportunity to do field research and
work with colleagues in the field, as well as develop new relationships
for myself and my institution

Exposure to Different Pedagogy: Access to different approaches
and methodologies on my academic field

Make a Difference: Chance to contribute to my host country and
institution as well as bring that expertise back into my own classroom

Prestige: Recognition of scholarship and cultural ambassador for
American public
Public Policy and Research Method


Lecture: 2 graduate
level classes of 25 to 30
students each per
Semester

Research: Tunisia’s
Economic Privatization
Program
                            Advising: Served on two Master’s Theses
                            Committees and Chaired one Master’s Thesis
                            Committee
                            Conferences: Co-organized and presented in a
                            conference on Globalization and Democracy in
                            the Maghreb. Presented a Paper at the
                            Fulbright Commission, Cairo, Egypt
www.cies.org/ambassadors/jzouari/
   Professional and Personal Outcomes
Expanded Curriculum: Expanded cultural aspects to my lecture
plans, involving extensive cultural highlights for region.

Networking: Met new colleagues and further developed relationships
with peers in my field. Assisted faculty to apply for grants to
Visit U.S. institutions.

Flexibility: Living and working in a different academic and cultural
environment has enhanced my ability to deal with ambiguities and
adjust to different attitudes and methods.

Rewarding Experience: Satisfaction in knowing I was able to
contribute to the development of my host institution.
                         Institutional Impact

Curriculum Development: Incorporated new material into existing
courses. Shared newly developed methodologies and expertise with colleagues
and students.

Study Abroad: Provided students interested in studying abroad with material
about programs and contacts.

Enhance International Engagement: Encouraged colleagues from my host
country and in the U.S. to engage in international exchanges, including
Fulbright.

Spokesperson for International Dialogue: Made a presentation to the
Great Decisions Group on political reforms in North Africa. Raised awareness
about the perception of U.S. Policies in Tunisia and the Arab World.
   Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES)

U.S. SCHOLAR Programs offer U.S. faculty, administrators and professionals grants to
lecture, conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields, or to participate
in seminars
Traditional • Specialists • New Century • Chairs • IEA Seminars • German Studies

NON-U.S. SCHOLAR Programs support the research and teaching of scholars
visiting colleges and universities in the United States. These programs offer joint collaborative
opportunities with U.S. Scholars.
Traditional • Visiting Specialists • New Century • Scholar-in-Residence • Occasional Lecturer •
European Scholar-in-Residence • AHEC

Opportunities for U.S. Institutions allow campuses to host Fulbright Visiting
Scholars and professionals from abroad to lecture at U.S. colleges and universities.
Scholar-in-Residence • Visiting Specialists • Occasional Lecturer • European Scholar-in-
Residence


                             www.cies.org
               Other Fulbright Programs
Fulbright U.S. Student Program
   • For recent graduates, postgraduate candidates up through dissertation
     level and developing professionals and artists to study and research abroad
   • Administered by Institute of International Education, IIE
       www.fulbrightonline.org/us

Fulbright Teacher and Administrator Exchange
   • Principally for primary- and secondary- level educators
      www.fulbrightexchanges.org

Fulbright-Hays Awards
   • For faculty research, group projects and seminars abroad in certain social
     sciences and humanities fields
   • Administered by the International Education and Graduate Programs
     Service of the U.S. Department of Education
      www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope/iegps

								
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