Faculty to discuss Fulbright program
participation Tuesday (11/26) at Purdue Calumet
A coffee hour featuring a discussion of how participation in Fulbright programs enhances research and teaching will be led by Purdue University Calumet current and alumni Fulbright faculty Tuesday (11/26) at noon in Room 154 of the university’s Classroom Office Building.
Former and current Fulbright scholars
Leading the discussion are four former and current Fulbright program participants: Associate Professor of English Colette Morrow, Associate Professor of Chemistry Kathryn Rowberg, Professor and Department Head of Mechanical Engineering George Nnanna and Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence from Fatima Jinna University in Rawalpindi, Pakistan Rukhsana Hassan.
The faculty leaders will share various perspectives of how their Fulbright experiences have proven beneficial. The public is invited to attend.
The Fulbright Program has provided some 310,000 participants with grants to study, teach or conduct research in more than 155 nations worldwide. The program is managed in the United States by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
The discussion is co-sponsored by Purdue Calumet’s Office of Graduate Studies & Research and the International Programs Office.