Robert D. Hill, professor and chairman of the University of Utah's Department of Educational Psychology, has been presented a Fulbright Scholar award. He will spend four months this fall at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, a leading international research center, studying normal aging processes.
Hill will develop course curriculum, materials and text related to normal aging. He also received the John R. Park Teaching Fellowship from the U., which will supplement the Fulbright award. The Park fellowship allows a U. faculty member to take a semester off to study outside Utah.
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