Fulbright Gives Cullis Chance to Teach in South Africa | GenomeWeb

Christopher Cullis has a long memory. A professor who’s been at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio for the last 21 years, he hasn’t forgotten that some of his years of higher education came at the expense of a government scholarship in Africa, where he was raised. Ever since, he’s been finding ways large and small to give back to the people of Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa, and more.

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