Upcoming Fulbright Workshops
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides funding for one year of self-designed study, research and/or teaching in one of over 140 countries around the world. The program is sponsored by the Department of State.
Eligible students are US Citizens who will have a bachelor’s degree before the start of the grant (Fall 2014). Graduates and graduate students are also eligible to apply.
Fulbright full application campus deadline: Sep 4, ‘13
First Steps to Fulbright Workshops
If you didn't make it to an info session watch our Fulbright basics video at this link!
Finding an International Research Affiliation Workshops
If you didn't make it to this workshop watch a recording of our May 23 webinar at this link!
Applying for a Fulbright or another international scholarship and looking for a professor to work with in a foreign country? We are offering two workshops on how to find an international affiliation. You will be introduced to the Community of Science Scholar Universe, Web of Science, and other databases.
Understanding the Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA)
If you missed our info sessions you can watch this video about the Fulbright ETA instead.
Interested in teaching English abroad? As an ETA, you typically work alongside a teacher in an English classroom planning various activities to improve the students' language abilities and knowledge of the United States. The Fulbright ETA is available in ~70 countries.
Fulbright Proposal Writing Workshops
Missed our Fulbright proposal workshops? Watch this recording.
We will talk about what to address in your Fulbright project proposal (aka Statement of Grant Purpose), how to get started, and revision strategies in these workshops.
Personal Statement Workshops
Personal statements are an integral part of fellowships applications but can be hard to write, especially when you are faced with the infamous white page. Come to these hands-on workshops for ideas of how to get started and to learn about revision strategies.