Associate Professor of History awarded Fulbright grant
February 20, 2009
David Campion, associate professor of history:
Campion received a grant from the Fulbright Scholar Program to work with universities in Hong Kong on development of their general education curricula. Only five awards were made by Fulbright as part of the foundation’s Building General Education Curriculum in Hong Kong Universities Program.
The purpose of the grant is to help Hong Kong universities prepare for replacing their current three-year undergraduate program with a four-year program that will include general education requirements beginning September, 2012. The grant winners will teach one course and consult with colleagues and committees at their host university.