The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies
Gilbert C. Rappaport
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Grants and
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Grants and other support

Dean's Fellowship, COllege of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin: one semester release time, Fall 2005.

Faculty Research Assignment, University Research Institute, University of Texas at Austin: semester leave, Fall 1999 semester.

Dean’s Fellowship, College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin: one semester release time, Spring 1997.

Proposal author and Project Director, Graduate Fellowships in Slavic Languages, Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need, Division of Higher Education Incentive Programs, Office of Postsecondary Education, Department of Education: Award P200A40620, 1994-1997: over $355,000 was available over three years in the form of fellowship support for graduate students of Slavic Languages.

Lecture award, Fulbright Distinguished Professor Program, Council for International Exchange of Scholars: Lectured as a faculty member at the Summer School on Generative Grammar and the Grammar of Slavic Languages, Inter-University Centre of Postgraduate Studies, Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia), 27 May-7 June, 1991.

Grant for Travel to International Meetings Abroad, American Council of Learned Societies. To support travel to the Tenth International Congress of Slavists, Sofia, Bulgaria (September 1988).

Short-term Grant for Research, East European Program, Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC. To support source material research at the Library of Congress (November 1987).

East Europe Research Exchange, International Research and Exchanges Board: `The Syntax of Conversational Polish'. Support for research in Poland as a visiting scholar at the University of Warsaw (February-April 1987).

Faculty Research Assignment, University Research Institute, University of Texas at Austin: One semester release time, Fall 1987.

Fulbright grant, Group Projects Abroad program, Department of Education: `The Texas Summer Study/Research Program in Cracow, Poland' (with David J. Eaton). $50,000 to support the instructional and research activities of participants in our summer program in Poland (June-August, 1986).

Special Research Grants, University Research Institute, University of Texas at Austin: To support field work with native informants of Russian and Polish (1986-87, 1989-90).

Project QUEST grant, University of Texas at Austin: ‘A Situational Approach to Computer-Assisted Foreign Language Instruction with Visual and Audio Support’. Microcomputer hardware (two workstations) and software to develop instructional materials (1985).

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