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All-Time Wittenberg Fulbright Scholar Award-Recipients

26 July 2010 No Comment

In the last 10 years, Wittenberg faculty members have won 16 Fulbright awards, more than any other liberal arts college in the state of Ohio. The following current and former Wittenberg-affiliated professors and administrators have earned Fulbright Awards during their higher education careers.

2010 Heather Wright, assistant professor of political science, to teach graduate-level courses and conduct research in Lodz, Poland

George Hudson, professor of political science, to teach and conduct research in Georgia

Olga Medvedkov, professor of geography, for research in Georgia

Michael Anes, associate professor of psychology, for research in Warsaw, Poland

2009 Cynthia Richards, professor of English, nominated to serve as part of the inaugural class of Fulbright Ambassadors in the CIES’ new Fulbright Ambassador Program

2008 Tom Martin, professor of health, fitness and sport, to teach Physical Education in Sri Lanka

2007-08 Marcia Frost, assistant professor of economics, to Beijing and Ulaanbaatar, on a Fulbright Lectureship

2007 Dar Brooks Hedstrom, associate professor of history, for research in Egypt

Doubt, Keith, professor of sociology, distinguished lectureship in Austria

2006 Doubt, Keith, professor of sociology, distinguished chair in Austria

2005 Jim Huffman, H. Orth Hirt Professor of History, for study in Japan

2004 Tammy Proctor, associate professor of history, for research in Belgium

Cynthia Richards, professor of English, for research in the Czech Republic

John Ritter,
professor of geology, for research in Trinidad and Tobago

2002 Olga Medvedkov, professor of geography, for research in Russia

2000 Doubt, Keith, professor of sociology, for teaching in Bosnia

1996 Marcia Frost, assistant professor of economics, for study/teaching in India

1995-96 George Hudson, professor of political science, for study in Russia

Stephen Smith, associate professor of sociology, for study in Korea

1987-88 The late Roy J. King, professor emeritus of English, for study/teaching in Turkey

1984/Summer Conrad Balliet, professor emeritus of English, for study/teaching in India

The late Visvaldis Klive, professor emeritus of philosophy, for teaching in India

William Walters, professor emeritus of music, for teaching in India

The late Michael Wuchter, pastor to the university, for teaching in India

1983-84 Jim Huffman, H. Orth Hirt Professor of History, for study in Japan

1981-82 Stephen Smith, associate professor of sociology, for study in Japan

1980-81 The late Roy J. King, professor emeritus of English, for study/teaching in Egypt

1979-80 Tom Martin, professor of health, fitness and sport, for study in Finland

Linda Lewis, professor of sociology, for study in Korea

Paul Miller, professor emeritus of English, for study in Belgium

1978-79 Ralph Lenz, professor of geography, for a project in India

Stanley Mickel, professor of languages, for study in China

1977-78 Tom Martin, professor of health, fitness and sport, for study in Iran

1974-75 Jim Huffman, H. Orth Hirt Professor of History, for study in Japan

1970-71 Jim Huffman, H. Orth Hirt Professor of History, for study in Japan

1969-70 William Cobau, professor of English, for study/teaching in England

1966-67 Conrad Balliet, professor emeritus of English, for study/teaching in Austria

The late Roy J. King, professor emeritus of English, for study/teaching in Syria

1965-66 Baird Tipson, president, for study in Germany

1963-64 Mary Ellen Jones, professor of English, for study in Greece

1963 The late Roy J. King, professor emeritus of English, for study/teaching in Taiwan

1962-63 Peter Celms, professor emeritus of history, for study in Germany

1960-61 Trudy Faber, professor of music, for study in the Netherlands

1957-58 Kurt Fickert, professor emeritus of languages, for teaching in Germany

1954-55 Albert Hayden, professor emeritus of history, for study in Australia

1951-52 Robert Wynne, professor emeritus of music, for study in France

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