Your International Roadmap:
Navigating Research Around the World
Date: Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022
Time: 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Location: Globe Auditorium
As part of International Education Month, FSU's Office of Research Development and Office of Faculty Development and Advancement are hosting an event for international researchers and researchers wishing to start international collaborations. Panels of past Fulbright recipients and international researchers will share their experiences building collaborations around the world. Faculty will have the opportunity to meet and learn from fellow researchers working globally.
Reception to follow.
This event is a part of FSU's International Education Month in collaboration with the Office of Faculty Development and Advancement.
For other IEM events, visit cge.fsu.edu.
Are you an international faculty member looking to grow your network at FSU?
Are you a researcher aiming to build your international connections?
Are you considering applying for a Fulbright Award?
Join us for an evening of learning, support, and connection!
Research around the world: Experiences building international collaborations, featuring:
Dr. Rabieh Razzouk, Director, Learning Systems Institute
Dr. Wei Guo, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Joseph Hellweg, Associate Professor, Religion
Moderated by Evangeline Coker, Science and Technology Research Development Coordinator, Office of Research Development
Fulbright Opportunities for Global Research, featuring:
Dr. Zeina Schlenoff, Modern Languages, Director, Middle Eastern Studies
Dr. Simon Najm, Professor, Modern Languages and Religion, Fulbright Scholar from Lebanon
Dr. Bruce Locke, Chair and Distinguished Research Professor of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering, Fulbright Scholar Researcher (2017-18) at the Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Moderated by Peggy Wright-Cleveland, Director of Faculty Development, Office of Faculty Development and Advancement
This event is designed for faculty interested in international research collaborations and Fulbright Scholarships, but staff and students are welcome to attend.