NAFSA 2023 The NAFSA Annual Conference will be held in Washington, D.C. in 2023, and the Fulbright Program is excited to connect with you about Fulbright opportunities and to celebrate […]
Fourteen Fulbright Alumni — mid-career scholars, writers, artists, and scientists — were recognized for their scholarship, creative ability, and potential to make an impact in their respective field.
Scholars will investigate the Amazon region’s most pressing challenges to inform public policy.
The international, multi-disciplinary collaboration of scholars on Arctic research concluded its third program cycle with a series of events in Washington, D.C.
Learn more about the impact of the Fulbright program and hear about the work of Fulbright program alums. Make sure to add these sessions to your schedule so you don't […]
Ben Vinson III, PhD, an accomplished higher education leader; historian of the African diaspora with a focus on Blacks in Latin America; and the provost, executive vice president, and Hiram C. Haydn professor of history at Case Western Reserve University, has been named the 18th President of Howard University.
From April 24-28 Fulbright Arctic Initiative scholars from all eight Arctic nations will meet with other Arctic experts and government officials in Washington, D.C. to present their research and policy recommendations.
Saros will study newly formed glacially fed lakes near the Jostedal Glacier and above the Arctic Circle with Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and connect the UMaine Arctic Research Forum with students in Norway.
Maryse Condé studied Caribbean literature and culture in 1985 as a Fulbright Scholar from France with roots in Guadalupe. Now in her 80s, she has written more than 20 books exploring the African diaspora, centered on Caribbean history.
The Fulbright Program’s success and worldwide stature is built on a commitment to international bilateral partnerships and joint priority-setting between the United States and over 160 countries. Today’s dynamic, […]