The handiest commodity among academics at Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work may be a passport.
Since 2008, eight members of the school’s faculty have been named Fulbright Specialists. The highly acclaimed program grants awards to U.S. faculty and professionals in select disciplines ranging from agriculture to urban planning to participate in two- to-six week projects at colleges and universities in more than 100 countries. As Specialists, Wurzweiler professors have taught and studied across the globe, in countries like South Africa and the United Kingdom, on topics as disparate as palliative care and ethnic tensions.
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