Visiting Scholars: 1990s

Visiting Scholars 1999-2000
During the 1999-2000 academic year, nine visiting scholars were associated with the Research  Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Seven were from Russia (Alla Antipina, Nikolai Chpanov, Elena Emelyanova, Vladimir Pozdniakov, Vladimir Prozorov, Igor Semenov, Olga Yakovleva). Two were from Ukraine (Oleg Britchka, Svitlana Kominko).  All were part of the US Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). Some group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.

Visiting Scholars 1998-1999
During the 1998-1999 academic year, eight visiting scholars were associated with the Research  Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Five were from Russia (Valentin Gorlov, Oksana Kravchenko, Svetlana Liapina, Oksana Prokhvacheva, Larissa Zolotareva). Two were from Ukraine (Larysa Pashis, Serhyj Zanjuk).  One was from Germany (Thomas Doering). Seven were part of the US Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP).  The scholar from Germany was not part of a US government program. A group photo was taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.


Visiting Scholars 1996-1997

During the 1996-1997 academic year, ten visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Four were from Russia (Vera Goushchina, Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Sergei Pshenitsyn, Natalia Salikova). Two were from Ukraine (Halyna Malyk, Nina Saniakhmetova). Two were from Kazakhstan (Anna Bazarova, Leonid Karp). One was from Azerbaijan (Enver Safarzade), and one was from Austria (Renate Martinsen). Six were part of the US Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). Three were regional scholars supported by USIA through the American Council for Teachers of Russian (ACTR). The scholar from Austria was not part of a US government program. Some group photos were taken during the year. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.

Visiting Scholars 1995-1996
During the 1995-1996 academic year, eight visiting scholars were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. Four were from Russia (Natalia Gerasimenko, Sergei S. Kichev, Oleg Krasheninnikov, Natasha Kryukova) and were part of the Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP), administered by the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars and funded by the US Department of State’sJunior Faculty Development Program (JFDP). Three regional scholars were at GW for part of the Spring 1996 semester (Alphiya Annaniyazova, Natalia Guseva, Tatyana Medvedeva). Their stay was arranged by the American Council for Teachers of Russian (ACTR). Michael Flaschka, from St. Gallen, Switzerland, was on campus during the Spring 1996 semester. A group photo was taken in the Spring of 1996. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.


Visiting Scholars 1994-1995

During the 1994-1995 academic year, six visiting research professors were associated with the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning. They were all from Russia. Five were part of the US Department of State’s Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP) (Irina Alyoshina, Marina Ignatskaya, Pavel Makeyenko, Olga Oyner, Marina Shakalova). One was a regional scholar supported by a government program administered by the American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR) (Irina Tkachenko). Some group photos were taken in the Spring of 1995. Several papers and abstracts were prepared.

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