Fulbright Scholars Discuss Time in Africa 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.
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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

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.