Israel Engineer Receives Eisenhower Fellowship; to Study in U.S.
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Israel Engineer Receives Eisenhower Fellowship; to Study in U.S.

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An Israel engineer, David Moushine, has been named a recipient of an Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship and will come to the United States to pursue advanced studies and research in the field of industrial productivity, it was announced here today. The fellowship will be formally presented to him at a ceremony next Monday by U.S. Ambassador Edward B. Lawson.

(The Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship is a non-governmental, non-political on-the-job training program. This is the first year of its operation. It provides for 14 persons to come to the U.S. and six Americans to go abroad for one year’s advanced study.)

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