Faculty Fulbright roundtable and lunch April 3

Faculty interested in the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, which provides funded opportunities to teach, conduct research and carry out professional projects in over 135 countries, are invited to a roundtable luncheon at noon, Wednesday, April 3, to learn how the Office of Fellowships can help. Lunch is included, so please register now.

During the Fulbright Faculty Roundtable, faculty can learn more about the 400+ award applications currently open, the application process and hear from past Wayne State Fulbright awardees about their experiences. Panelists will include professors Elena Past, Jun Sung Hong and Jaime Goodrich.

Now is the time to get started on a Fulbright application, and the Office of Fellowships will help faculty find the right opportunity and provide support throughout the application process.

More information is available on the Fellowships website. To receive regular announcements, reminders and information about resources, join the Faculty Fulbright listserv.

Questions about the luncheon or anything Fulbright? Email fellowships@wayne.edu.

The Office of Fellowships is part of the Office of International Programs, which leads Wayne State’s global engagement by creating opportunities that foster international education and research, facilitate the exchange of individuals and ideas that promote global competencies and citizenship, and provide resources that support the expansion of the university’s global agenda. Follow us @WayneOIP.

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