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Fulbright Scholars Discuss Time in Africa

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Fulbright Scholars Discuss Time in Africa

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Fulbright Scholars Discuss Time in Africa

Fulbright Scholars Discuss Time in Africa

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Students from the United States head overseas every year as Fulbright scholars, and foreign students study in the United States. Recent participants in the program talk about spending a year studying in Africa.

Guests:

Dan Hoyle, Fulbright U.S. student fellow, 2004-2005; studied oil politics and community organizing in Nigeria

Sophie Beal, Fulbright U.S. student fellow, 2004-2005; studied empowerment through fiction in the work of Mia Coutu in Mozambique

Cliff Missen, Fulbright Scholars program alumnus (1998-1999); systems analyst and adjunct instructor, University of Iowa

Zeeshan Al-Hassan Usmani, Fulbright scholar and student at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Fla.