Professor Edward Mowatt joined the Institute of European Studies (now IES Abroad) in 1962 as a professor and academic counselor to students. In 1968 he became became Center Director at IES Abroad Vienna in Austria. While in Vienna, Mowatt met and married Eileen C. Benko, Vienna 1965-66 and 1966-67. During his time in Vienna, he maintained his professional and personal contacts in England, particularly at the London School of Economics where he had been lecturing in Philosophy. In the spring of 1974, Professor Mowatt founded the London program and served as a professor of Philosophy and the first Center Director until 1979, when he left IES Abroad to pursue other international opportunities. During his tenure at London, the enrollment grew from 19 students in the first year to 184 in 1979. Professor Mowatt designed an integrated unit of study as well as a partnership with the London School of Economics.
Up to $2,000
Applicants must be accepted to attend an IES Abroad London, England program in the fall, spring, academic year or calendar year