Fulbright Week

Purdue's Fulbright Week will start you on your way to applying for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Fulbright U.S. Student Grants offer a fully funded post-baccalaureate year to study, research, or teach abroad. If you are abroad, please contact us 24 hours before the session at niso@purdue.edu to register for remote participation.

Schedule

Mon. 2/8

STEW 313

5:00 PM

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Overview RSVP here

5:45 PM

Fulbright U.S. Student Program – STEM Students RSVP here

Mon. 2/8

Shreve Hall C107

7:00 PM

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Overview RSVP here

Tues. 2/9

STEW 206

6:00 PM

Research and Study Grants – guidance for applying undergraduate students RSVP here

Guest: Allison Turner, 2015-16 Fulbright Grantee - Canada, and Purdue Alumna
6:45 PM English Teaching Assistant Grants RSVP here
Guest: Collin Hanson, 2014-15 Fulbright Grantee - Ecuador, and Purdue Alumnus

Wed. 2/10

STEW 279

5:30 PM Research and Study Grants - guidance for applying graduate students RSVP here
6:15 PM English Teaching Assistant Grants RSVP here 

Guest: Collin Hanson, 2014-15 Fulbright Grantee - Ecuador, and Purdue Alumnus

Thurs. 2/11

Duhme Hall Living Room

6:00 PM

Meet and Mix with International Fulbright Scholars on Campus RSVP here



 

Session Descriptions

Fulbright U.S. Student Program - Overview

Basic information for those considering a Fulbright down the line, especially freshmen and sophomores. More specific information for applicants desiring a 2017-18 grant given in Tuesday and Wednesday sessions.

Fulbright U.S. Student Program –STEM Students 

STEM undergraduates and grad students - wondering how a Fulbright year can fit into your study and professional goals? Whether between graduation and your next step or looking to research abroad for your thesis/dissertation, STEM applicants for 2017-18 grants begin positioning their qualifications, research, and "cultural exchange" aspirations now.

English Teaching Assistant Grants

Excited by the prospect of teaching English to non-native English speakers? English Teaching Assistants also serve as U.S. cultural ambassadors in over 70 countries. Session for applicants aiming to be abroad in 2017-18.

Research and Study Grants - Guidance for Undergraduate students

Juniors and seniors, if you are considering applying to fund independent research abroad or study at an academic institution in a foreign country during 2017-18, this session is for you! Learn the details of the application process and how Fulbright can best meet your needs.

Research and Study Grants - Guidance for Graduate students

Current Ph.D. and Master’s students – figuring out how to research the international piece of your project? Join us to discuss applying for grants to fund independent research abroad during 2017-18. This grant can also fit into a secondary degree from an institution abroad.

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