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 […]

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 […]

We are delighted (once again!) to be a 2019-2020 #Fulbright Top Producing Institution! Congratulations to our 15 students and young alumni who are teaching English or researching in 14 countries through @Fulbright in 2019-2020! Fulbrighters foster mutual understanding, share knowledge across communities, and improve lives around the world. Interested in applying? See go/fulbright to learn […]

The fellowships office is holding two information sessions: 2/18 at 4:30pm in Library 201: Learn about fellowships to the UK and Ireland! These include the Churchill, Gates-Cambridge, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes and St. Andrews. Many require nomination by Middlebury to apply. Learn about the fellowships and the applications processes. 2/20 at 4:30pm in Axinn 232: Learn […]

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