Krise, donna fulbright scholarship
A 1971 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Donna L. Krise of Patton, Pa., is the first IUP student to receive a Fulbright Scholarship. Under the grant awarded by the Institute of International Education, Miss Krise will study for her master's degree in Spanish in the Middleburg College program at Madrid, Spain. DONNA L. KRISE While a student at IUP she was a member of the Spanish Club and participated in the Valladolid Program studying in Spain and living with a Spanish family from January to July, 1970. She graduated from Indiana with an AB degree in Spanish. Miss Krise's award will cover travel expenses, board and maintenance in her graduate work. These full grants are available to 29 countries and travel grants are available to 12 countries. . The purpose of the program is to increase a mutual understanding between the people ot the United States and the people of other countries by means of an educational and cultural exchange. The academic program provides grants for university lecturing, advanced research, graduate study, teaching in elementary and secondary schools, along with special development programs for teachers. At Indiana, Dr. Patrick A. Carone is the Fulbright advisor. Students interested in applying tor a Fulbright grant should contact Dr Carone before October 27.