FULBRIGHT U.S. STUDENT PROGRAM
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Lima, Peru - Connor Lynch '18
What is a Fulbright?
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides for two types of grants: (1) for study or research projects; and (2) for English Teaching Assistant Programs. The program facilitates cultural exchange through direct interaction that permits Fulbrighters to gain an appreciation of others' viewpoints and beliefs, the way they do things, and the way they think. The year-long program covers all expenses, including airfare and a monthly stipend.
How to Apply
Seniors and recent alumni interested in applying for a Fulbright should contact
Dr. Anne Marie Wolf, the chair of the UMF Fulbright committee. The Fulbright application is not due until September; however, it is strongly recommended that applicants begin this highly competitive process in the spring in order to increase their chance of receiving this prestigious fellowship.
Sarah Gould ('17) is teaching English in Mongolia under the Fulbright U.S. Student Program (2017-2018).
UMF Recent Graduates UMF Faculty and Staff
F. Celeste Branham
UMF Faculty and Staff Past Recipients
Gaelyn Aguilar - Krisanne Baker - Linda Beck - Kelly Bentley - Anthony Brinegar - Eric Brown
Rod Farmer - Kathryn Foster - Pete Hardy - Joel King - Sabine Klein - Rob Lively - Bruce McInnes
Wesley McNai - Ming-Ming Pu - Marilyn Shea - Jeffrey Thomson - Anne Marie Wolf
Anne Marie Wolf