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Ten University students and two instructors have received Fulbright grants for study abroad next year, Lawrence G. Jones, assistant dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and chairman of the University Fulbright Award Committee, announced yesterday.

Phillip Levine '39, assistant professor of the Classics, will conduct research at the University of Rome, and Kenneth S. Lynn, assistant professor of English, will lecture in American History and Civilization at the University of Copenhagen.

Charles G. Gross '57 will study at Cambridge University, and David A. Kuhn '57, will attend the University of Turin in Italy.

Robert J. R. Ellrich 4G, teaching fellow in General Education, will study at the University of Lyon, Solon Beinfield 2G, will study at the University of Paris, and Leon D. Bramson 3G will study at the University of Nijmegen in the Netherlands.

Keith A. Hitchens 5G will study at the Ecole des Langues Orientales in Paris, Michael C. Lovell 2G, at the London Schools of Economics, and Julius M. E. Moravesik 4G at Oxford University. Brayton F. Wilson 1G will attend the Australian Forestry School in Canberra, and Thomas M. Woodward will study at the University of Paris.

More Fulbright grants may be announced later, Dean Jones said.

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