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August 27, 2007

Prof. Beth Salerno Blogs From South Korea

Posted in: Faculty/Staff in the News, Announcements, Study Abroad

Prof Beth SalernoFollow Prof. Beth Salerno, associate professor of history, as she blogs about her experiences in South Korea during the 2007-2008 academic year. Prof. Salerno was awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to lecture at Pyeongtaek University in South Korea through June 2008. She is teaching courses in U.S. history, including issues of gender, race, and citizenship.

You can visit Prof. Salerno's blog at http://blogs.saintanselmcollege.net/bethsalerno where you'll find photos and a recounting of her day-to-day life in South Korea. If you want to receive her blog posts by e-mail on the day they are posted, an e-mail subscription form is provided on the blog.

In the past two weeks, Prof. Salerno has settled into her apartment, gone shopping, and has made her way around using public transportation. Her classes begin this week.

Prof. Salerno is one of approximately 800 American faculty and professionals selected to travel abroad through the Fulbright Scholar Program this year. The Fulbright Program was established in 1946 to strengthen international peace and understanding through scholarly exchange.


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