CRUW Fulbright Scholar Profile: Michael Goldberg

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CWRU recipients: faculty fulbright scholars

2011 – 2012 Winners

Elliot Posner, professor in the Department of Political Science, was awarded a European Union Affairs Research Program Fulbright Scholarship for the Spring semester of 2012. He was in Paris, France, for the 2011-12 academic year, working on his project, The European Union, Regulatory Cooperation and International Finance.
Marilyn Lotas, associate professor and associate dean for undergraduate programs at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, was a Fulbright Scholar at the Alice Ramez Chagoury School of Nursing at the Lebanese American University of Beirut (LAU) in Lebanon.
Michael Goldberg, professor in the Weatherhead School of Management, received the Fulbright award to teach entrepreneurial finance at Vietnam’s National Economics University in Hanoi.

2011 – 2012 Winners

Anna Mandalakas, associate professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. She spent spend 11 months in Tygerberg, South Africa, in collaboration with Stellenbosch University. She studied the benefits of isoniazid preventative therapy on children infected with TB.

2010 – 2011 Winners

Charles Rosenblatt, professor of physics and macromolecular science, spent the fall 2010 semester at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Université Paris VI) in France and conducted research focusing primarily on how an interface between two immiscible fluids becomes unstable and their subsequent complex flow.

2009 - 2010 Winners

Kathryn Lavelle, associate professor in the Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, has received Fulbright January 2010-April 2010 to the University of Toronto for her research: Legislating for International Organizations: Democratic Constituencies and the Bretton Woods International Financial Institution.

2008 - 2009 Winners

Ronald Blanton, professor in the Center for Global Health and Diseases, School of Medicine, had a lecturing/research fellowship May 09 through July 09 to the Federal University of Bahia, Salvador, Brazil. The topic: genetic epidemiology, Aedes Aegypti Gene Flow Mapping.
Pete Moore, an associate professor of political science was awarded a Fulbright lecture and research grant. Moore will be teaching at the Dubai campus of Zayed University, an all-female UAE public university. He also will be doing additional research for his book in progress on the political economy of the war in Iraq. - Full story

2007 - 2008 Winners

Dr. Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth Brooks Ford Professor of Nursing, was awarded a Fulbright lecture and research grant. Fitzpatrick will conduct and teach research at University College Cork in Cork, Ireland. Her program is titled "Expanding Nursing Scholarship for the Discipline."  Full Story
Louise McKinney, Law professor, was awarded a Fulbright lecture and research grant. McKinney will be working in southern Africa with the University of Botswana's law department in "Enhancing Clinical Education and Access to Justice in Botswana." Full Story

2006 - 2007 Winners

Steven Feldman, associate professor of management policy, has received a distinguished lectureship to teach about international business ethics at Shanghai International Studies University, in Shanghai, China. Full story
Cheryl Toman, assistant professor of French and Francophone Studies, has received a lecturing/research grant to focus on Comparative Visions of Feminine Experience; "Women, Identity and Activism: Identifying Connections and Respecting Differences" at Lebanese American University in Beirut, Lebanon. Both of their awards are for the spring 2007 semester. Full story

Winners Prior to 2006

2005 – 2006
Insoo Hyun – Korea – Philosophy
William Stanley – Italy – Medical Sciences
Christopher Cullis – South Africa – Biological Sciences

2004 – 2005
John Grabowski – Turkey – History
Martha Woodmansee – Brazil – Language

2003 – 2004
Vesna Kutlesic – Serbia and Montenegro – Psychology

2002 – 2003
Vesna Kutlesic – Serbia and Montenegro – Psychology
Paul Laux – Portugal – Business Administration
Hiram Chodosh – India – Law

1999 – 2000
Sama Loue – Romania – Medical Sciences

1998 - 1999
Sama Loue – Romania – Medical Sciences
Louise McKinney – Kenya – Law

1997 – 1998
Robert Williams – South Africa
Kenneth Ledford – Germany – History
Nahida Gordon – West Bank – Medical Sciences

1996 – 1997
Doris Modly – Hungary – Medical Sciences
John Grabowski – Turkey – History

1993 – 1994
William Marling – Hungary – Medical Sciences

1992 – 1993
Janice Reiff – Germany – History
Michelle Facos – Sweden – Art History

1991 – 1992
Steven Feldman – Austria – Business Administration
Chaim Sukenik – Israel – Material Science and Engineering

1990 – 1991
Steven Feldman – Austria – Business Administration