The Fulbright Scholars Program offers U.S. faculty and professionals opportunities for advanced lecturing and research in more than 130 countries worldwide. All academic disciplines and a wide range of professional fields are represented, and many awards are flexible to the needs and interests of grantees. Approximately 800 Fulbright Scholar awards are expected to be issued each year.
Seven St. John's University students were selected to conduct research and teach overseas as recipients of Fulbright Student Grants, the largest U.S. international exchange program recognizing students and young professionals who demonstrate academic excellence and leadership potential. Find out more about these St. John's Fulbright Scholars.
“For the faculty of St. John’s, a dedication to teaching goes hand-in-hand with a commitment to research of the highest caliber,” said Julia A. Upton, RSM, Ph.D. “Our Fulbright Scholars testify to our continuing tradition of faculty excellence.
In the U.S., the Fulbright Program is administered by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES). Persons interested in Fulbright Scholar grants may also wish to explore other grant program managed by CIES.