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    Evelyn Levinson - Project Coordinator Nancy Gong, former Coordinator, American-Participant Training Specialist, USAID West Indonesian Exchange Foundation-EducationalBank and Gaza Mission, and International Advising Service, Jakarta, IndonesiaEducation Consultant; Former Director,Educational Information Center, U.S. -Israel Sandarshi Gunawardena, former EducationalEducational Foundation, Tel Aviv, Israel Advisor, U.S. -Sri Lanka Fulbright

    Commission, Colombo, Sri LankaLouise Cook - Booklet One CoordinatorAssociate Project Coordinator/Editor, and Linda Heaney, President, Linden EducationalContributing Author Services, Washington, D.C.Center Director, Kaplan Inc., London, and formerDirector, Educational Advisory Service, Lia Hutton, Associate Editor, The AdvisingU.S.-U.K. Fulbright Commission, London Quarterly, AMIDEAST

    Diana Lopez - Booklet Two Coordinator and Nancy Keteku, U.S. Department of StateContributing Author Educational Advising Coordinator, AfricaDirector, Graduate Admissions and Records,University of Tennessee, Knoxville Maria Lesser, former U.S. Department of

    State Regional Educational Advising Coordinator,Roberta Paola - Booklet Three Coordinator Mexico/Caribbeanand Contributing AuthorEducational Advisor/Special Projects Officer Amy Lezberg, New England Resource CenterFor South Africa, U.S. Consulate General, for Higher Education, University ofDurban, South Africa Massachusetts, College of Education, Boston

    Gaston Lacombe and Laura Ruskaup- Martyn J. Miller, Director, Office ofBooklet Four Coordinators and International Services, Temple UniversityContributing Authors Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaLacombe: Program Coordinator, SorosFoundation- Latvia, Educational Advising Center Terhi Molsa, Executive Director, TheRuskaup: Former Educational Adviser, U.S. - Fulbright Center, Helsinki, FinlandU.K. Fulbright Commission

    Sohair Saad, Director, Educational Resource Center, AMIDEAST, Cairo, Egypt///

    Jaylene Sarracino, Intellectual PropertyKathleen Alam, U.S. Department of State Attorney and Internet Consultant,Educational Advising Coordinator, South Asia Washington, D.C.

    Ellen Badger, Director, International Student and scholar Services, Binghamton University University of Denver (http://www.du.edu)(SUNY), New York

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