Fulbright at DePauw
Calling all DePauw students and graduates! If you'd like to spend a year doing research or teaching English in one of 150 countries outside the U.S., you are invited to apply for a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Grant.
- If you are thinking about applying to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the official US Student Program website. There you can read about the two kinds of Fulbright U.S. Student Grants (Research and English Language Teaching), sign up for the Fulbright newsletter and follow links to information about the activities of current Fulbright scholars.
You may also want to download a short, informative PowerPoint outlining the U.S. Student Program and listen to this mp3 audio podcast that offers a general description of the Fulbright program.
- Once you've learned a little about your Fulbright options, please contact Prof. David Gellman, the Fulbright Program Adviser at DePauw. He's happy to answer questions, or to help you begin your Fulbright application!
Kyle Inman '11
Fulbright-mtvU Fellowship winner Inman's music research was featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education.