Visiting Scholars: 2000s

Visiting Scholars 2009-2010

During the 2009-2010 academic year several visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Alisher Abidjanov was from Uzbekistan. Alkida HasajMarsel Kalemi and Perseta Grabova were from Albania. Ana Jurcic was from Serbia.

Ruzica Simic was from Croatia. Ekaterine Bakaradze and Ia Natsvlishvili were from Georgia.  Zhongyou Tan was from China. Zlatko Bezovski was from Macedonia. Satoru Yasutani was from Japan. Harald Fuchs and Lukas Gehwolf were from Austria. Some were taken during the year. Some papers and abstracts were prepared during the year.

Visiting Scholars 2008-2009

During the 2008-2009 academic year several visiting scholars from Europe and Asia were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Arjan Qefalia and was from Albania. Melika Husic and Meldina Kokorovic were from Bosnia-Hercegovina. Yi Liu was from Chia. Wafaa Darwish was from Egypt. Patrizia Ameli was from Italy. Akira Ohashi was from Japan. Kujtim Rrahmani was from Kossovo. Aleksander Naumoskiand Melina Ristovska were from Macedonia. Some group photos were taken during the year. Some papers and abstracts were prepared during the year

Visiting Scholars 2007-2008

During the 2006-2007 academic year several visiting scholars from Southeast Europe, the Caucasus, Ukraine, Belarus, Central Asia and China were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Linda Ihsani and Eralda Methasani Cani were from Albania. Katerina Tosevska and Tanja Milosevska were from Macedonia. Arben Dermaku was from Kosovo. Anka Gardasevic was from Montenegro. Oleksiy Gorovyy was from Ukraine. Sergey Kirpich was from Belarus. Armenuhi Khachatryan and Gor Khachatryan were from Armenia. Tinatin Tchintcharauli was from Georgia. Bakhodir Akhmedov was from Uzbekistan, Aida Sagintayeva was from Kazakhstan, Makhinur Mamatova was from Kyrgyzstan.Ramazon Nazariev was from Tajikistan. ChunWu Lai was from China. Some group photos were taken during the year. Some papers and abstracts were prepared during the year

Visiting Scholars 2005-2006

During the 2005-2006 academic year several visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Two of them were from Macedonia (Gabriela Rakicevik and Dragan Tevdovski). Two were from Georgia (Nino Jgamadze and Lali Pertenava). Two were from Croatia (Lara Jelenc and Nives Mikelic). Dilmurod Rasulev and Nasrutdin Dilmurodov were from Uzbekistan. Visar Rrustemi was from Prishtina, Kosovo. Zhelyu Vladimirov was from Sofia, Bulgaria, and Irida Vorpsi was from Tirana, Albania. Some group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared during the year.

Visiting Scholars 2004-2005

During the 2004-2005 academic year seventeen visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Four were from Ukraine (Bogdan KryvolapovMyroslava MushkevychViktoria SukovataYuriy Yuriychuk). Three were from Russia (Igor DubinaKonstantin Mekhonoshin). Two were from Uzbekistan (Otabek HasanovKhaydarali Yunusov). Two were from Albania (Sonila Turshilla VathiElvana Cela). Two were from Serbia and Montenegro (Marko DavinicMaja Drakic). One was from Georgia (David Abesadze) and one was from Kyrgyzstan (Viktoria Mironova). They were part of the U.S. Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). In addition Stefania Mariano was a visiting scholar from Italy. Yamashiro Hideichi was a visiting professor from Japan. Some group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstractswere prepared.

Visiting Scholars 2003-2004

During the 2003-2004 academic year thirteen visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Three were from Russia (Olga BondarenkoLuiza GazizovaSergey Kremen). Two were from Ukraine (Svitlana Burdina and Yaroslav Prytula). One was from Azerbaijan (Mushfiq Tahirov). Four were from Serbia (Zoran BogeticAna JolovicSasha Obradovic and Dragana Cimesa). Two were from Montenegro (Filip Turcinovic and Andriela Vitic). They were part of the U.S. Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). In addition Andreas Huber Paredi was a visiting scholar from Switzerland during the Fall Semester. Laryssa Zolotareva and Vladimir Prozorov returned to GWU as Fulbright Scholars. Some group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.

Visiting Scholars 2002-2003

During the 2002-2003 academic year, fourteen visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Five were from Ukraine (Vasyl NepyivodaSvitlana ShandrukYuriy StankevychLaryssa ShynkarenkoOlena Yemets). Three were from Russia (Olga Chistyakova ,Erzhen Khilkhanova). Two were from Uzbekistan (Alisher AbidjanovFarida Alimova). One was from Turkmenistan (Natalya Mamedova). They were part of the U.S. Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). Two scholars, Gulmira Asanbaeva from Kyrgyzstan and Zhanar Rakhimzhanova from Kazakstan, were part of a different government program. Kamen Lozev, a philosopher from Bulgaria, was a Fulbright Scholar associated with the GWU Institute for Knowledge Management. In addition David Campbell was a visiting professor from Austria. He taught a course on R&D policy for the Elliott School of International Affairs during the fall semester. Some group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.

Visiting Scholars 2001-2002

During the 2001-2002 academic year, ten visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Seven were from Russia (Olga FeditchevaKonstantin LioubimovVladimir MotovMaria RomanovaTatiana SedachElena SpinovaLilia Timofeeva). Two were from Ukraine (Andriy IlyukBohdan Shumylovych). One was from Uzbekistan (Rozmat Ashurbekov). One was from Armenia (Aram Karapetyan). They were part of the US Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). Nadejda Angelska from Bulgaria also was associated with the Research Program. She was in Washington under the Central and Eastern Europe Scholarship Program. Some Group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.

Visiting Scholars 2000-2001

During the 2000-2001 academic year, fourteen visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Five were from Russia (Irina BoldonovaNadezhda KrylovaIrina NaoumovaNatalia ProkopishinaNatalia Totskaya). Three were from Ukraine (Oleksandr MelnychenkoYuliya MelnykVolodymyr Kochura), two were from Armenia (Rafayel Seyranyan and Naira Matevosyan), one each was from Croatia (Borna Bebek), Kazakstan (Saule Ussembayeva), Uzbekistan (Madina Ibadova), and Georgia (Nino Okribelashvili). Ten were part of the US Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). Two were “regional scholars” and two were Fulbright Scholars. Some group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.

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