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Fulbright Award Opportunities in the Middle East/North Africa
The Fulbright Scholar competition for academic year 2016-2017 launched in February, and this year there are nearly 50 awards in the Middle East/North Africa region.
Fulbright awards in the MENA region remain incredibly diverse. There are opportunities for both professionals and academics, including early-career scholars, and awards to teach and/or conduct research in all academic disciplines. The following is just a sample of the awards related to your field:
I have trouble finding the options I need as an editor under Safari. While everything looks fine in Firefox, Safari does not provide any of the options such as "manage posts" and so on.
Joern, Editor at H-Sport
[Joern: Safari is a troublesome browser in the Commons. There may be some workarounds; write to firstname.lastname@example.org and give specific examples. The staff can test on their Safari versions and may be able to help. Peter.]
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