Session 194: TC8 -> Roundtable: Fulbright Fellowship as a Means of International Criminology Development A Generic Perspective
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Grand Ballroom
Session Chair: Nancy Grosselfinger, Internatl League for Human Rights to UN
What a Difference a Fulbright Fellowship Can Make: A Case Study of an Award to a Polish Scholar
by: Monika Platek, Warsaw University (Corresponding)
Criminological Insights From Russia: Spending a Year in Kaliningrad on a Fulbright
by: Jurg Gerber, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
Understanding the Application and Review Process for Fulbright Scholars
by: Martha Huggins, Union College (Corresponding)
Career Timing and the Fulbright Opportunity
by: Harry Dammer, University of Scranton (Corresponding)
Perspective of a Current Fulbright: Personal and Professional Rewards
by: Eric L. Jensen, University of Idaho (Corresponding)

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