Erin Crawley, Fellowships Advisor in the International Institute, will hold several information sessions about Fulbright grant programs during spring semester. It is not too early to begin preparing for Fulbright application deadlines in the fall!
Fulbrights are federally funded grants and as such have citizenship requirements: to be eligible for the Fulbright-IIE U.S. Student program, you must be a U.S. citizen; for the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad program, you must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Information sessions for graduate students (on both the Fulbright-IIE US Student program and the Fulbright-Hays). Both sessions are the same:
- Thursday, April 3, 12 –1:30 p.m.,Room 336 Ingraham Hall
- Monday, April 28, 3 – 4:30 p.m., 336 Ingraham Hall
Information sessions for undergraduates (on the Fulbright-IIE US Student program ). Both sessions are the same:
- Tuesday, March 25, 3-4:30 p.m., Room 336 Ingraham Hall
- Thursday, April 17, 10–11:30 a.m., Room 336 Ingraham Hall
Information on the Fulbright-IIE English Teaching Assistant Program:
This is for undergrads and grad students (U.S. citizens) interested in the ETA grant program administered by Fulbright-IIE. ETA grants are offered in many countries worldwide. Grantees are placed in schools or universities outside of capital cities. Position placements, responsibilities, opportunities for small scale research or coursework, and language requirements vary widely from country to country. Applications are made through the Fulbright-IIE US Student Program competition in the fall.
- Tuesday, April 8, 3–4 p.m., Room 206 Ingraham Hall
If you are interested in the Fulbright programs, but are unable to attend an information session, contact Erin Crawley to set up an appointment.
Dr. Erin Crawley, Fellowships Advisor