Workshop for Students:

How to Apply for Fulbright U.S. Student Program Grants and Fellowship Opportunities


- Learn about available funding opportunities through Fulbright

- Hear about the application process

- Receive individual consultations


When: 21 April 2010

Time: 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Where: Marston Science Library, Room 107


Presented by Fulbright Guest Speakers:

- Jamie Lawrence, U.S. State Department

- Edwin Bodensiek, Director of Outreach and Public Affairs, Fulbright Scholar Program

- Tony Claudino, Fulbright Student Prog


TARGET AUDIENCE: U.S. students interested in International Study/Research Grant Projects; English Teaching Assistantships Abroad; Creative, Performing & Visual Arts Projects Abroad, and Creative Writing & Journalism Projects Abroad


Grants & Fellowships are available in ALL fields of study and in the following world regions:

- Sub-Saharan Africa

- East Asia & Pacific Region

- Europe and Eurasia

- Near East/North Africa

- The Western Hemisphere

- South & Central Asia


Free and open to the public. No registration required.


Sponsored by UF International Center and UF George A. Smathers Libraries


If you have questions, please call (352) 273-1531