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Join Dr. LaNitra M. Berger, Senior Director of Fellowships in the Office of Undergraduate Education and affiliate faculty in the African and African American Studies Program, for an expert panel discussion entitled, “Race, Justice, and the Global Civil Rights Struggle” sponsored by the Fulbright Program in the U.S. Department of State on Wednesday, July 1, […]

If you’re thinking about applying for a Fulbright or Watson nomination in the fall, it’s a good idea to begin working on those applications. And yes, you can still apply for these in the fall even if you did not yet submit a preliminary application! Below are a few notes for you: Dean Gates is […]

Beginning Monday, June 1st from 12:00-1:00 pm (EST), 9:00 am (PST) and throughout the summer, our lovely UK hosts will be offering Marshall Mondays Brunch & Learn virtual tour sessions, to include an introduction to top university programs, short lectures, meetings with post-graduate Fulbright & Marshall Scholars and closing with a Q&A session. The Virtual Tour will be hosted on the Zoom meeting platform. Sessions will […]

Check out this extensive list of upcoming Webinars for Applicants: *NEW* Alumni Ambassador Panel: LGBTQ+ Applicants (June 17) Sub-Saharan Africa (June 22)  *NEW* Fulbright-National Geographic: Application Overview and Tips (June 24)  *NEW* Middle East and North Africa (June 24) *NEW* East Asia/Pacific (June 25)  *NEW* Europe and Eurasia (June 26)  *NEW* Western Hemisphere (June 30) *NEW* Dependents: Fulbright with a […]

Congratulations to Ming Harris-Weidner ’22! Ming is one of 217 undergraduates who received the David L. Boren Scholarship this year. The scholarship will support Ming’s continued study of Chinese language. The Boren scholarship supports students pursuing international and language education in areas of the world considered critical to U.S. interests. Read more about Ming and […]

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