Armin Moczek, professor of biology, is one of twelve Indiana University faculty members from campuses across the state who have been awarded fellowships from the Fulbright Program, the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.
Under the awards, IU faculty members will conduct research and academic activity in Australia, Belarus, Brazil, Estonia, Iceland, Italy, the Philippines, Scotland, Spain and England.
"This year's Fulbright fellows continue a long line of distinguished IU scholars who not only engage in cutting-edge research in their disciplines," said David Zaret, IU vice president for international affairs. "They also become ambassadors for Indiana University, enhancing our linkages around the world. We honor their efforts and achievements."