AUSTIN, Texas—Fulbright Scholar grants for 2002-03 have been awarded to four faculty members from The University of Texas at Austin selected to lecture and conduct research abroad.
The university’s recipients are:
- Associate Professor Catherine M. Boone, Department of Government, lecturing in political science at Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China.
- Associate Professor David Paul Morton of the graduate program in operations research. He is at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, conducting research titled, “Decision-Making Under Uncertainty: Scenario Generation Using Monte Carlo Methods.”
- Assistant Professor David John Phillips, Department of Radio-Television-Film, lecturing and conducting research titled, “Wireless Surveillance Infrastructure: Global Implications of a Local Context—The Case of Finland.” He is at University of Tampere in Tampere, Finland.
- Associate Professor Peter Loeb Trubowitz, Department of Government, lecturing and conducting research titled, “American Politics and U.S. Foreign Policy.” He is at Beijing Foreign Studies University in Beijing, China.
This year about 800 faculty and professionals in the United States received Fulbright Scholar grants to lecture and conduct research abroad. A similar number of foreign scholars received awards to come to the United States, primarily as researchers. The Fulbright Scholar Program is sponsored by the United States Department of State, with additional funding provided by the participating governments and host institutions in the United States and abroad.
For more information contact: Robert D. Meckel, Office of Public Affairs, 512-475-7847.