Faculty Development Fellowship 2013 Fellows from Armenia

Publish Date: Mar 04, 2013

The Network Scholarship Programs department of the Open Society Institute is pleased to offer Faculty Development Fellowship to the outstanding faculty teaching social sciences and humanities in the universities of Azerbaijan , Armenia , Georgia , Kazakhstan , Kyrgyzstan , Moldova , Mongolia , Tajikistan and Uzbekistan .

Faculty Development Fellowship is a non-degree program that seeks to encourage faculty to generate innovative approaches to curricular and pedagogic reform, to develop and introduce new content in university courses, to raise the quality of instruction in higher education in the countries served, and to build and sustain local and international academia networks.

Each award supports up to three semesters in the United States – one semester at the US host university (Spring Semester), and the subsequent semester back in the home university (Fall Semester).

The following scholars from Armenia are FDFP fellows for 2013.
This is the last year the FDF  program operates.

Ayunts Artak I International Relations Columbia University Yerevan State University, Sociology
Mazmanyan Armen II Law Harvard University American University of Armenia, Law
Balayan Arshak III Philosophy Harvard University Yerevan State University, Philosophy
Gevorgyan Khachik I Middle East Studies Stanford University Yerevan State University, Oriental Studies
Hovhannisyan Hovhannes II History of Religion Yale University Yerevan State University, Theology

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