Professor Lorelle Browning on Receiving a Second Fulbright

Professor Lorelle Browning Received a Second Fulbright Research Scholar Grant for the 2014-15 academic year in Vietnam.



Professor Lorelle Browning recieved a second Fulbright Research Scholar Grant for the 2014-15 academic year in Vietnam. As a university student, Lorelle Browning experienced first hand the trauma of dissent and chaos on American campuses caused by the United States involvement in the Vietnam War. Now, as a professor of English and peace and justice studies at Pacific, she uses those experiences to promote understanding between the cultures of Vietnam and the United States.

Read more of her story in the May issue of Pacific News

 

 

 

As a university student, Lorelle Browning 
experienced first hand the trauma of dissent 
and chaos on American campuses caused 
by the United States involvement in the 
Vietnam War. Now, as a professor of English 
and peace and justice studies at Pacific, 
she uses those experiences to promote 
understanding between the cultures of 
Vietnam and the United States.

 

 


Posted by Sarah Creedican (sarahcreedican@pacificu.edu) on Apr 29, 2014 at 9:22 AM

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