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Fulbright Scholars

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A complete list of Fulbright Scholars:

  Fulbright Scholars
2013   
Allan A. Zebedee, School of Business (Finance)
                   University of Roehampton; London, England
Project: Conducting research examining corporate scandals and the interplay between government regulations, corporate governance, and executive behavior
2012     Laura Ettinger, Department of HU/SS (History)
                   University of Rijeka; Rijeka, Croatia
Project: teaching in the English Studies program, lecturing on her research throughout Croatia
2012     Chris Robinson, Department of HU/SS (Political Science)
                   Sogang University, Seoul, South Korea
                   Project: Teach courses in human rights and environmental political theory
2011 Owen Brady, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
                   University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
                   Project: Analyzing the African American Home in the Drama of Amiri Baraka and August Wilson
2009-10 Lew Hinchman, Department of HU/SS (Political Science)
                   University of Bonn, Germany
                   Project: Lecturing American Politics and Political Thought
2009-10 Augustine Abulu Lado, Consumer and Organizational Studies, School of Business      
Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Mbarara, Uganda
Project: Lecturing and Research: Strategic Networks; Capital Formation and Entrepreneurship Development
2007-8 Tom Langen, Department of Biology
National Autonomous University of Costa Rica, Heredia, Costa Rica
Project: Impact of roads on Costa Rican National Parks at Institute for Conservation & Wildlife Management
2007 Sheila Weiss, Department of HU/SS (History)
Universität Giessen, Germany
                              Project:  Research for a biography on Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer
2006-7 Lou Ann Lange, Department of HU/SS (History)
                   Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, & A.I. Cuza University in Iasi, Romania
                   Project: Lecturing on The American Civil War Era
2003-4 Michael Garcia, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
                   Indonesia
Project: The Pots-Suharto Indonesian Publishing Renaissance and Women  Writers
Note: Fellowship received prior to employment at Clarkson University
2001-2 Abdul J. Jerri, Department of Mathematics
                   Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan
                   Project: Lecturing Integral & Discrete Transforms, Integral & Difference Equations, Methods of Applied Math; Sampling Theory
2001-02 Menz, Fredric Carl, School of Business             
University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Project: Research: Climate Change: Economic Instruments and Incentives for Transnational Cooperation
2000-01 Joseph Duemer, Department of HU/SS
The Gioi Publisher, Hanoi, Vietnam
Project: Research Collaborative Projects with Vietnamese Poets and Translators
1999 Michael Bommer, Department of Management                
Portugal
1999 Lew Hinchman, Department of HU/SS (Political Science)
Germany
Project: Summer seminar to study alternative energy and environmental protection in Germany (Bonn then the Rhineland, to Hamburg and the Baltic seacoast, then to Berlin, Leipzig, and finally Munich).
1999-00 Gabor Forgacs, Department of Physics
Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest, Hungary
Project: Lecturing: Biological Physics
1998-9   Jack Geise, Department of HU/SS (Political Science)
Karl Marx University, Budapest, Hungary
Project: Politics faculty of the Economics University.  One of only two faculty to carry the title of “Distinguished Scholar”
1998 John Serio, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Project: Senior lecturer to teach modern American poetry and on the American dramatist Eugene O’Neill
1998-9   Sheila Weiss, Department of HU/SS (History)
                              Universität Greifswald, Germany
Project: Teach a course, in German, on the relationship between the pre-1945 international eugenics movement and current genetic technologies to medical students
1998-9   Petr Zuman, Department of Chemistry
                   Ankara and Ege University, Izmir, Turkey
Senior Fulbright Fellow: gave seminars at Gazi University, Ankara, Aegean University, Izmir
1995 Mark Glauser, Department of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering          
France
1994-5 Owen Brady, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
                   Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan           
                   Project: Teaching
1993 Ahmed Busnaina, Department of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering    
Egypt
1993 Michael Cooper, Student Life administration     
Germany
1993 John Serio, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
Greece
1990 Dalma Brunauer, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
Japan
1989  Sheila Weiss, Department of HU/SS (History)
                              Universität Hamburg, Germany
                              Project: Research on secondary school biology education during the Third Reich
1987  Sonmez Atesoglu, Department of Economics
                   Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany
Project: Senior Professor Research Grant
1984  Dalma Brunauer, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
Hungary
1982 Michael Bommer, Department of Management
1981 David Craig, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
University of Nis, Nis, Yugoslavia
(Project: teaching American literature to English majors)
1971 David Powers, Department of Mathematics
Universidad Técnica del Estado, Santiago, Chile
(Project: cooperate in developing M.S. in Mathematics program)
1968  Donald Purcell, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
Haiti
1967  Donald Purcell, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
Haiti
1960  Donald Purcell, Department of HU/SS (Literature)
Haiti

Associate Professor of Finance Allan A. Zebedee

Fulbright Scholar 2013

Associate Professor of Finance Allan A. Zebedee has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to visit the University of Roehampton in London, England, for the fall 2013 semester. While in London, Zebedee will conduct research examining corporate scandals and the interplay between government regulations, corporate governance, and executive behavior, with a particular focus on differences between the United States and the United Kingdom.

“Despite the increased globalization of our financial markets, large corporate scandals surrounding executive compensation have for the most part been limited to the U.S. financial markets,” says Zebedee. "Why? One explanation is clearly regulation, but while in London I will be examining alternative explanations, including differences in the corporate governance structures in the U.S. and U.K."  Read more.