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The Junior Faculty Development Program Fellow Anthology is a web-based publication that serves as a vehicle for communicating articles and news about curriculum development, academic cooperation, and institutional advancement in the field of higher education in the newly independent states. All contributors to the Fellow Anthology are current Fellows or alumni of the Junior Faculty Development Program, an academic exchange program of the U.S. Department of State.
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It is standard policy to publish the author’s name and contact information (mailing addresses and/or e-mail addresses) with an article, abstract, or notice, so that Fellow Anthology readers can inquire about the full works discussed in the abstracts. Submissions for publication automatically grant the Fellow Anthology the right to publish contact information.
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