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Teaching Sabbatical Fellows 2017

Published 2017-04-11

Fifteen university lecturers have been granted a scholarship by STINT to teach at one of our ten partner universities in USA and Asia during the autumn semester 2017. The scholarship holders are as follows:


Home university  

Partner university

Martin Viklund

Royal Institute of Technology

Amherst College

Per Nilsen

Linköping University

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hoai Anh Tran

Malmö University

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Gerald McInerney

Karolinska institutet

Nanyang Technological University

Oleg Popov

Umeå University

Nanyang Technological University

Julie Gold

Chalmers University of Technology

Nanyang Technological University

Lena Svensson

Lund University

Nanyang Technological University

Anna Sofia Rossholm

Linnaeus University

National University of Singapore

Nils-Hassan Quttineh

Linköping University

National University of Singapore

Håkan Edlund

Mid Sweden University

New York University

Ulrika Wennersten

Lund University

Ohio State University

Mats Utas

Uppsala University

University of Tokyo

Nina Kann

Chalmers University of Technology

University of California, Berkeley

Anders Broström

Jönköping University

University of California, Los Angeles

Mikael Svensson

Göteborgs universitet

Williams College


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