The next Fulbright U.S. Student Program (U.S. citizens only) competition cycle starts on April 2. 'Fulbright Friday' information sessions about the program will take place on the following Fridays in April:
The sessions will be held from 4:00pm to 5:00pm on those days in room 108 of the Hutton Honors College (7th & Woodlawn). All students are welcome to attend and no RSVP is necessary.
Paul Fogleman, Director of the Office of Competitive Awards and Research, will be leading the sessions. He will be joined by Elise Anderson, a Proposal Development Consultant from the GradGrants Center, who will be on hand to field grad student-specific questions.
The US student Fulbright grant program provides funding for about 1600 Fulbright grants that fund round trip transportation, living expenses and insurance for research in all disciplines and for teaching English. See the list of countries on the Fulbright US Student website for a list of all participating countries. There are a variety of types of Fulbright grants and the application tips section provides summaries of the types and tips for applying.
Direct questions about the Fulbright application to your respective representatives:
Paul Fogleman (firstname.lastname@example.org; 812-855-3948) is the representative for undergraduate students.
Graduate students should contact Duke Gatsos in the University Graduate School (email@example.com; 812-855-1362) or the GradGrants Center staff (firstname.lastname@example.org).