| VOL. 23, NO. 13||JANUARY 30, 1998 |
Foreign Scholars Receive Fulbrights to Study at Columbia
BY SUZANNE TRIMEL
ifteen foreign scholars have been awarded Fulbright grants to study at Columbia this year.
Following are the scholars, with their concentrations, schools and countries:
Olivier Bregeard, American history, U. of Human Sciences, France; Anna Chumachenko, anthropology and archaeology, Ukrainian Academy of Science, Ukraine; Rene Kural, architecture & urban planning, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark; Paulo Martins Barata, architecture & urban planning, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland; Rita Bardoni, biological sciences, U. of Modena, Italy; Muriel Blaive, history (non-U.S.), College of Advanced Studies in Social Science, France; Ilia Dorontchenkov, language & literature (Non-U.S.), Academy of Arts, Russia; Reidar Due, language & literature (Non-U.S.), U. of Oslo, Norway; Tamara Hundorova, language & literature (Non-U.S.), Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine; Weerachat Premananda, music, Chulalongkorn,Thailand; Valentina Fedotova, political science, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; Doulatbek Khidirbekughli, political science, Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies, Kazakhstan; Fero Loone, political science, U. of Tartu, Estonia; Gurpreet Mahajan, political science, Jawaharlal Nehru U., India, and Liszt B. Vieira, sociology and social work, Catholic U. of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.