Auburn University professor Alexander Vazsonyi has been awarded a Fulbright Distinguished Chair in the Czech Republic for this fall.
He is a professor in the College of Human Sciences at Auburn.
He will hold the Distinguished Chair in Social Studies at Masaryk University, the second largest university in the Czech Republic.
Fulbright Distinguished Chairs are the most prestigious appointment awarded by the United States Department of State. Of approximately 800 Fulbright grants annually, only 40 are for Fulbright Distinguished Chairs at 22 universities around the world.