The Fulbright Student Program offers a wide range of opportunities for individuals seeking to study or teach English outside the US.
Fulbrighters have the opportunity through their daily experiences to meet, work, live with, and learn from the people of the host country. The program facilitates cultural exchange through direct interaction in the classroom, field, home, and in everyday life, allowing Fulbrighters to gain an appreciation of other cultures and belief systems. Through engagement in the community, Fulbrighters interact with their hosts on a one-to-one basis in an atmosphere of openness, academic integrity, and intellectual freedom, thereby promoting mutual understanding.
These sessions will provide an overview of Fulbright Research Grants and English Teaching Assistant Grants. Potential candidates are strongly encouraged to review the Fulbright website (http://us.fulbrightonline.org/) and bring their questions in order to maximize the value of this session.
Sessions will be held in CURF’s Fireside Lounge on the 2nd floor of the ARCH building (3601 Locust Walk).
Spring 2016 Fulbright Information Sessions:
Monday, April 18 – Friday, April 22
CURF’s Fireside Lounge (2nd floor of ARCH Building at 3601 Locust Walk)
- Tuesday, April 19th, 12:30pm – Fulbright-Clinton Information Session with Fulbright Alumni Ambassador (and Penn Alum) Katelyn Leader
- Tuesday, April 19, 5:00pm – Fulbright Award Information Session
- Wednesday, April 20, 5:00pm –2016 Penn Fulbright Recipients (with Penn Grad Students & Alumni)
- Thursday, April 21, 5:00pm – 2016 Penn Fulbright Recipients (with Penn Graduating Seniors)
- Friday, April 22, 3:00pm – Conversation with a Fulbright Alum Laura Tillery (GAS '21) Study/Research Grant to Germany in 2014 "Visual Culture of German Hanse Cities: Mercantile Patronage and Civic Identity c.1450-1550"