The Fulbright Program is proud to announce a call for submissions for the Fulbright 75th Virtual Art Exhibit, which will launch in October 2021 to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month. The virtual exhibit will […]
Beginning July 1, Fulbright Thailand will celebrate the longstanding and constructive collaboration between Thailand and the United States through the Fulbright Program with an online presentation and social media features.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) recognized 20 Historically Black Colleges and Universities as Fulbright HBCU Institutional Leaders for their noteworthy engagement with the Fulbright Program. Read more for 5 takeaways from the HBCU Institutional Leaders campaign.
Fulbright Jordan is pleased to announce its 1st webinar titled “Preserving Heritage, Cultivating Communities: A Reflection from Jordanian and American Fulbright Researchers” as part of the 75th anniversary of the Fulbright Program worldwide.
Fulbright really requires you to be bold, and to explain your project to people, and to interact with the local community and use those foreign language skills. That is really, […]
Fulbright Israel Day launched an online exhibition celebrating two milestones: 75 years of the Fulbright Programm worldwide, and 65 years of Fulbright Israel.
North Macedonia celebrated their Fulbright Day with a live event on June 4. It was co-hosted by PAS Skopje and the First Lady of North Macedonia.
Maaza Mengiste – author of “The Shadow King,” which was named Best Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Booker Prize – writes about war, violence, and migration from the perspective of individuals often forgotten by the historical record.
Lucien Bourjeily is a writer, director, producer, and actor whose films have been critically acclaimed worldwide. His skill at bringing stories to life on stage and screen drives him to find innovative ways to create immersive experiences for his audiences.
Dr. Kristina Jacobsen is a multi-talented cultural anthropologist and singer-songwriter who explores cultural identity through music. She is best-known for her work with the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, where she spent two-and-a-half years singing and playing steel guitar with country-western bands.
Alito Alessi is a teacher, a choreographer, and the founder of DanceAbility International. He has changed the world of contemporary dance through his pioneering work with people with disabilities.
From award-winning, globally recognized Fulbright luminaries like Renée Fleming, Philip Glass, and Maya Angelou, to cutting-edge artists and changemakers, Fulbrighters create beautiful and thought-provoking works and also strengthen cross-cultural ties, champion diverse perspectives, and inspire communities.