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Fulbright Scholarship Program Information Session


Join us for our final Spring information session to learn about opportunities for research, teaching and study through the Fulbright Scholarship Program. Open to members of the class of 2013, current graduate students, and alumni.

Applications for the 2013-2014 grant year must be started prior to the end of the Spring 2012 term as they are due when classes begin in September. Please join us to learn what you need to do to apply.

Interested, but can't attend the information session? Email the Office of Honor Scholarships at  to set up an individual appointment.


English Teaching Assistants: Candidates interested in teaching abroad spend part of their time as a language tutor and cultural ambassador in the classroom, and the rest of their time pursuing personal projects and interests designed to immerse them in the culture of the local community. Teaching experience is helpful, but not required, and knowledge of the language of the host country is required for some -- but not all -- locations.

Research Grants support candidates who have developed independent research abroad. Projects may include a combination of library or field work, University coursework and professional training that takes place over the course of 8-10 months, beginning no sooner than August, 2013.

Applicants for study/research grants select a country, review the program priorities/requirements for the country as specified on the Fulbright website, work with a faculty adviser in their field to develop the project, and secure affiliations in the host country.

The Office of Honor Scholarships provides support and guidance, as well as the necessary endorsement, for all those applying for grants. For more information about Fulbright and other opportunities, please visit the Office of Honor Scholarships website at