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ANNUAL REPORT 2002


Beginning 2003, the Visiting Professors Program will be divided into two sub-categories: (1) as an adjunct program of the Asian Emporiums Course so that scholars from Southeast Asia can lecture on themes covered by the course; and (2) as a sub-category of the Regional Collaboration Grant to accommodate requests of Southeast Asian universities for visiting professors.

More than half of the total budget went to the Regional Collaboration Grants.

Because of the small number of grantees for the Visiting Professors Program, the remaining grant funds were reallocated to the Language Training and Lusia Mallari Fellowship programs, which had larger number of applicants.

For copies of earlier reports, please contact the Manila Secretariat.

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