FULBRIGHT INFORMATION SESSION
Come learn about the Fulbright Program
Come learn about the Fulbright Program!
Have you ever thought about living abroad for a year after you graduate? Are you interested in teaching English? Doing independent research? Enrolling in graduate school? Then come hear about the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, a prestigious scholarship program that funds U.S. graduates to conduct in-person research, earn a master's degree, or teach English as a foreign language in one of 140+ countries throughout the world.
This information session is open to all students, both undergraduates and graduates. It is being sponsored by the Anthropology Club and the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Public Health, and will be led by Dr. Brian Souders, UMBC's Fulbright Program Advisor who coaches students through UMBC’s (very successful!) Fulbright application process. We also anticipate a guest appearance by our own anthropology grad Maryam Elhabashy (2021), who just won a Fulbright to conduct research in Kuwait next year!
Please plan to join us to hear about this exciting program and maybe have some pizza. If you can’t join us or have any questions, please contact Dr. Souders at firstname.lastname@example.org.