Short-term lecturing by State University Faculty Members
at Moscow State University
In response to requests by Prof. Kolesov and other MSU Deans for
assistance in teaching new curricula, the SUNY Center on Russia and the United
States will identify State University faculty members who are willing to spend
at least two weeks at Moscow State University lecturing on a particular study
unit in that new curriculum. These faculty members will be nominated in close
coordination with you and the appropriate Dean. We need to know from you which
Deans are interested in hosting the SUNY faculty members and on what topic or
theme they would like the SUNY professor to prepare lectures.
- The Short-term Lecturing Program takes place under the following conditions:
- SUNY provides international travel for these State University faculty
- MSU will provide lodging and some per diem for their stay at Moscow State
SUNY will identify at least three State University faculty members for such
teaching assignments for spring semester 2001.
From time to time there will undoubtedly be a State University
faculty member who is already traveling to Moscow for some other purpose who
might be willing to visit Moscow State University and to lecture on a subject
that may be of interest. The Center will provides advance notice of such visits
as so that MSU can decide whether or not to host such a visit. One such visit
was that of Prof. Tulin Sener from SUNY New Paltz campus last spring.
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