The following is an excerpt from the March 21 issue of The Pueblo (Colo.) Chieftan featuring Carolyn Shaw, associate professor and chairwoman of the political science department at Wichita State University.
Teacher 'abroadens' her horizons
Mar 21, 2011 9:17 AM | Print
When former Puebloan Carolyn (Rowley) Shaw decided to apply for the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, her plan was to go to Poland to teach political science courses.
Today, Shaw, and her family are living in Lublin, Poland, where she is teaching at Marie Curie Sklodowski University as a Fulbright Scholar.
Shaw is among 800 teachers and professionals who travel abroad as part of the U.S. State Department sponsored Fulbright Scholar program, teaching in international exchange programs offered in 150 countries worldwide.
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