Fulbrights for Soviet Lectures


  • Craig Packard


The Council for International Exchange of Scholars is still accepting applications for Fulbright awards to lecture in the sciences in the Soviet Union for academic year 1989–1990. Because the original deadline, September 15, has passed, applications will be processed immediately, and the 1989–1990 Fulbright Scholar Program Faculty Grants close when an adequate number of applicants is approved for nomination.

Applications can be in the “Any Field” category or in the more specific categories sought by the Soviet Union, including geophysics at Tashkent; geology at the Gubkin Institute of Oil, Chemical, and Gas Industry; environmental sciences (cultivation of microalgae in sewage; continental shelf development, water resources protection, and economic aspects); and forest restoration technology. Awards are also available in chemistry, life sciences, and physics and astronomy.