3rd Annual Conference


“Fulbright Windows on Asia and the Pacific”

University California at Berkley

September 4-6, 1980


9:00-5:00 Registration (Cheney Hall Lobby)

10:00-2:30 Fulbright Advisors Workshop

  • Convenor: Arthur P. Dudden

10:00 Institutional Representatives (Cory Hall 277)

    • Richard Crabbs, Council for International Exchange of Scholars
    • Theresa Granza, Institute of International Education
    • Nina Scott, National Association for Foreign Student Affairs
  • Resource Persons:
    • Connie Hammerman, Program Coordinator, Bay Area Senior Fulbright Program
    • Ann Bodenheimer, Coordinator, Overseas Programs, University of California, Los Angeles

12:00 Luncheon for Workshop Participants (by invitation only)

1 :00 Panel: Fulbright Advisors (Cory Hall 277)

  • Panelists:
    • James King, Graduate School, University of California at Berkeley
    • Sandye Jean McIntyre, II, (France), Professor of French, Morgan State University
    • John Manion, Administrative Analyst, California State College, Hayward

3:00-5:00 Forum I: Fulbrighters and the Creative Arts in Asia (Zellerbach Playhouse)

  • Presiding:
    • Ernest D. Rose, (Austria), Dean School of Arts, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
  • Performance:
    • Indonesian Musical Selections Gamelan Sekar Jaya, led by teacher/composer/performer I. Wayan Suweca, is a Bay Area community-based group devoted to t he study and performance of traditional music and dance of Bali. (Brochure available upon request.)
  • Moderator /Panelist:
    • Richard Franklin, ( Korea), Painter, Fordham University
  • Panelists:
    • Douglas Huff, ( Korea), Symphonic musician, Sacramento
    • Other Artists

6:00 Social Hour (Cash Bar, Cheney Hall Lobby)

7:30 Keynote Dinner (Cheney Hall Dining Facility)

  • Presiding:
    • Ronald A. Wells, (Finland), Director, Connecticut Humanities Council
  • Greetings:
    • Ira Heyman, Chancellor, University of California at Berkeley
  • Speaker:
    • Arthur P. Dudden, (Denmark), Professor of History, Bryn Mawr College, “Looking Ahead”
  • Keynote Speaker:
    • David Saxon, (France), President, University of California -System, “Future of International Exchange”
  • Concluding Ceremony

9:00-5:00 Registration (Cheney Hall Lobby)

9:00 Plenary Session: New Means for Spreading the Fulbright Idea in an Era of Diminishing Resources (Zellerbach Playhouse)

  • Presiding:
    • Robert A. Corrigan, (Sweden), Chancellor, University of Massachusetts, Boston
  • Address:
    • Robert H. Garfias, (Japan, Burma), Vice Provost, University of Washington

9:45 Coffee (Zellerbach Foyer)

10:00 Panel A : New Means (Dwinelle Hall 88)

  • Moderator:
    • Richard J. Houk, (Portugal), Professor of Geography, DePaul University
  • Panelists:
    • Jean Ruley Kearns, (Singapore), Assistant Vice-President, University of Arizona, “Humans in 2000: Flash Gordon or Fulbright?”
    • Frederick Sontag, ( East Asia and Pacific), Professor of Philosophy, Pomona College, ” Is it Time to Change the Fulbright Format?”
    • Albert Wilheim, Professor of English, Tennessee Technical University, “Organizing a Speakers’ Bureau of Former Fu lbrighters”

Panel B: New Means (Dwinelle Hall 83)

  • Moderator:
    • Stephen Garrett, (Thailand), Monterey Institute of International Studies
  • Panelists:
    • Bruce Lohof, (India), Professor of History, University of Miami, “Work of the American Studies Research Centre in India”
    • Marshall Nason, (Argentina), Acting Director, Latin American Institute, University of New Mexico, “Sharing Research Findings with Host Country”
    • Daniel Tyler, (Mexico, Argentina), Professor of History, Colorado State University, “Organizing Continuing Contacts with Host Country Institutions”

Panel C: New Means (Dwinelle Hall 79)

  • Moderator:
    • Linda Keller Brown, (Japan), Center for Social Sciences, Columbia University
  • Panelists:
    • Robert Gordon, (Spain, Portugal), Professor of History, University of Florida, “Expanding the Program of Junior Lectureships”
    • Sven Groennings, Staff Committee on Labor and Human Resources, U.S. Senate, “Internationalization of Curricula”

12:00 Luncheon (Cheney Hall Dining Facility)

  • Presiding: Ernest D. Rose
  • Remarks: William Fretter, Vice-President, University of California System
  • Introduction of Speaker: Giulio Cassani, (Italy), Chairman, Italian Department Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Center, Monterey
  • Address: Leon Panetta, Member of U.S. House of Representatives (D-CA)

1 :30 Plenary Session: Views from Abroad of Fulbrighter Accomplishments and Needs (Zellerbach Playhouse)

  • Presiding: lwao lshino, (Japan), Assistant Dean, International Studies, Michigan State University
  • Address: Caroline A. Yang, Executive Director, Japan-U.S. Educational Commission

2:15 Panel: Views From Abroad (Zellerbach Playhouse)

  • Moderator:
    • Hiroko Hara, (United States), Professor of Anthropology, Ochanomizu University, Japan
  • Panelists:
    • Younghee Kim, Seattle, Former Fulbright Program Field Director in Korea
    • Magnus Ljung, (United States), Department of English, Stockholm University, Sweden
    • Shunichi Watanabe, ( United States), Building Research Institute, Ministry of Construction, Japan

3:15 Coffee (Zellerbach Foyer)

3:30 Panel A: Who Gets Exchanged? (Dwinelle Hall 88)

  • Moderator:
    • Paul J. Ferlazzo, (Italy), Professor of American Thought and Language, Michigan State University
  • Panelists:
    • Effie Kaye Adams, (Pakistan), Director, East Texas Educators Research Council, “Women and Minorities”
    • Luis Carrillo, (Columbia), Foreign Student Counselor, San Francisco City College, “Minority Access to Exchange Programs”
    • Nina Scott, Professor of Spanish and Portugese, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, “Single Women Fulbrighters in South America”
    • Kent Burnham, (Fiji), Professor of Business Administration, Eastern Washington University

Panel B: Spouses and Families in Fulbright Exchange (Dwinelle Hall 79)

  • Moderator:
    • Marga Rose Hancock, (Japan), Executive Director, Seattle Psychoanalytic Institute
  • Panelists:
    • Dorita Berger, (Austria), Bel le Harbor, New York, “Role of Spouse as Fulbrighter”
    • Justine Manley, (England), Professor of Humanities, College of Dupage, Illinois, “Single Parent Grantees”
    • Mary McWhirter, (Turkey), Tempe, Arizona, “Travels with a Large Family”
    • Sylvia Ruiz Tyler, (Mexico, Argentina), Fort Collins, Colorado, “Suggestions for Wives and Mothers Heading for South America”

6:00 International Reception (The Faculty Club)

  • University of California at Berkeley, Fulbright Alumni Association, and California American Studies Association Conference, jointly
    • Honoring: Mr. and Mrs. J. William Fulbright

7:30 Annual Banquet (The Faculty Club)

  • Presiding: Marjorie Gardner, (Australia), Director, SERI Division, National Science Foundation
  • Distinguished Guests
  • Address: J. William Fulbright, Honorary Chairman, Fulbright Alumni Association
  • Concluding Ceremony: Ira Heyman, Chancellor, University of California at Berkeley


9:00-5:00 Registration (Cheney Hall Lobby)

9:00 Plenary Session: International Cooperation Through Exchange of Professionals (Zellerbach Playhouse)

  • Presiding: Michael H. Cardozo, (Belgium), Attorney, Washington, DC
  • Statements: U.S. and Foreign Corporate Executives representing an international perspective (names to be announced)

9:45 Coffee (Zellerbach Foyer)

10:00 Panel A: Communications, Environmental Design and Planning (Dwinelle Hall 88)

  • Moderator:
    • Roy F. Knight, (Denmark), Dean, School of Architecture, University of Tennessee
  • Panelists:
    • Anne Buttimer, (Sweden), Professor of Geography, Clark University, “Dialogue Project” (video display, 9 – 5, Dwinelle Hall 146)
    • Bettyann Raschko, (Sweden), Professor Emeritus of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, “Housing for the Elderly”
    • Sharon Murphey, (Nigeria), Head, Graduate Studies in Journalism, Southern Illinois University, “Graduate Education of International Students”
    • Francis Violich, (Spain, Yugoslavia), Professor Emeritus of Planning and Landscape Architecture, University of California at Berkeley, “Historic Preservation”

Panel B: Agriculture and Health Care (Dwinelle Hall 79)

  • Moderator:
    • Dr. Arthur S. Steinberg, (Ireland), Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
  • Panelists:
    • Dr. Robert Hamburger, Professor of Pediatrics, University of California at San Diego, “Role of Health Care Education in Improving International Cooperation”
    • Dr. Ben Norman, (Guatemala, Columbia, Paraguay), Professor of Veterinary Medicine, Extension Division, University of California at Davis, “Contrasting Accomplishments Under Fulbright and A.I.D. Programs”
    • C. O. Qualset, (Australia), Chairman, Department of Agronomy and Range Sciences, University of California at Davis, “Attempts to Increase World Food Production”

Panel C: Secondary and Community College Education (Dwinelle Hall 83)

  • Moderator:
    • Leslie Fleming, (India), Professor Oriental Studies, University of Arizona
  • Panelists:
    • Rachel Knutson, (England), Seattle, “Middle School Teacher Exchange” Walt Perry, (England), Fallbrook, California, “High School Teacher Exchange”
    • Raymond Pflug, (Syria, Jordan), Professor of Language Arts, College of San Mateo, “Role of Community Colleges in Fulbright Appointments”
    • Richard Brown, President, Nicolet College Technical Institute
    • Seymour Eskow, President, Rockland Community College, Suffern, New York

12:00 Luncheon (Cheney Hall Dining Facility)

  • Presiding: Tony H. Bonaparte, (Liberia), Dean, Lubin Schools of Business, Pace University
  • Address: Seymour Fersh, (India), Director, International Services, American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, “Cultural Exchanges in the Classroom: People, Perspectives, Purposes and Possibilities”

1:30 Response:

  • A. Hugh Adams, President, Broward Community College, Fort Lauderdale, “Internationalization of School and College Curricula”
  • J. Jeffries McWhirter, (Turkey), Professor of Counselor Education, Arizona State University, ” Teacher Training in International Studies”
  • Edward Mosley, Chairman, Capstone International Program Center, University of Alabama, ” International Content of Secondary and Undergraduate Programs”

2:30 Forum II: Fulbrighters and Politics in a Changing World (Zellerbach Playhouse)

  • Presiding:
    • John F. Reichard, Executive Vice President, National Association for Foreign Student Affairs
  • Panelists:
    • Roger Bresnahan, (Philippines), Professor of American Thought and Language, Michigan State University, “Changing Perspectives of the United States and its Former Colony”
    • Marion Casey, (Vietnam and Korea), Professor of Library and Information Studies, University of California, Berkeley
    • Thomas Martin, (Iran, Finland), Professor of Physical Education, Wittenberg University
    • George Quinby, (Afghanistan , Iran), Professor Emeritus of Drama, Bowdoin College
    • Margaret Scheffelin, (West Germany)
    • Robert Weeks, (Bulgaria, Austria), Professor of Humanities, College of Engineering, University of Michigan, “Problems and Opportunities Associated with Lecturing in Communist Countries”

4:30-5:30 General Meeting of the Association (Zellerbach Playhouse)

  • Presiding: Marjorie Gardner


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