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Fulbright-Hays 2016 Seminars Abroad
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General Information on Seminars: Summer 2016

Closing Date: December 9, 2015

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The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program provides opportunities for overseas experience. The program is open to educators and administrators with responsibilities for curriculum development in fields related to humanities, languages, and area studies. Topics and host countries of the seminars vary from year to year. All seminars are in non-Western European countries. Seminars are designed to provide a broad and introductory cultural orientation to a particular country or countries. The program is geared towards those educators with little or no experience in the host country(ies) who demonstrate the need to develop and enhance their curriculum through short-term study and travel abroad.

The seminar offered in 2016 will be:

Terms of the award include: (1) round-trip economy airfare; (2) room and board; (3) fees; and (4) program-related travel within the host country(ies). Participants are responsible for a cost share, usually $600.00 (to defray the costs of the pre-departure orientation), plus travel insurance, inoculations required by the country (if applicable), personal passport and visa costs. The summer 2016 application and reference form deadline is December 9, 2015.

Those eligible to apply to the four- to six-week seminars must fall under the categories listed below:

  • Elementary school teachers in the fields of social sciences, humanities, including languages;
  • Middle or high school educators in the fields of social sciences, humanities, including languages;
  • Administrators or curriculum specialists who have responsibility for curriculum in the fields of social sciences, humanities, including languages;
  • Librarians, museum educators or media or resource specialists who have responsibility for curriculum in the fields of social sciences, humanities, including languages; and
  • Faculty or administrators from public or private, two- or four-year institutions of higher education whose discipline is related to social sciences, humanities, languages, and/or area studies.

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