Fulbright U.S. Student Grantees
"I decided to apply for a Fulbright because I was interested in ... taking more risks with my writing and my life. I wanted to engage in a country with an emerging literary culture." Learn more.
"The [Luce scholarship] will give McLaurin the opportunity to further expand his experience in social policy and law, and to 'gain exposure to leaders who are dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged populations in their corner of the world'.” Learn more.
David L. Boren Graduate Fellows
“The Boren Fellowship is a wonderful opportunity to gain experience in a new language and familiarity with another culture.” Learn more.
International Institute Individual Fellowship
“This work will provide valuable information for both the field of public health and for governments worldwide, emphasizing the importance of clean water quality and the necessity of investing in the infrastructure needed to provide potable water.” Lean more.
“The most valuable part of my experience was learning to manage a project and relationships between international partners.” Learn more.
“Being in the field was often very humbling and sometimes frustrating, but after each interview I walked away with new questions, as well as some unexpected answers.” Learn more.
“This fellowship experience allowed me to expand my abilities as a dance performer and improviser.” Learn more.
“The opportunity to pursue an independent research project proved to be an incredibly beneficial learning method for me.” Learn more.
“My research experience especially taught me that we must always understand international history as deeply interconnected and never be satisfied to look solely within the borders of our country or area of study.” Learn more.
“My trip to Malawi was everything, and more, that I expected it was going to be. I truly got an accurate picture of healthcare in Malawi and the most prevalent illnesses there.” Learn more.
“Participating in excavations in Pompeii and Sardinia greatly helped in my development as an archaeologist.” Learn more.