Fulbright US Student Program information session (November 14, 2022), part of International Education Week

As part of International Education Week 2022, the IRIS Awards Office will be hosting a Fulbright-led online information session about the opportunities available to undergrad & graduate students and alumni through the Fulbright US Student Program on Monday, November 14, 2021 at 1pm!

Advanced registration is required; register @ https://apply.iie.org/register/11.14GPS_IEW

Fulbright will lead the information session with a UW-Madison breakout session following immediately after. You’ll learn what Fulbright offers students & alumni; things to keep in mind when exploring opportunities; options to conduct research, study, teach English, practice art, and more; the timeline & deadlines; strategies to prepare for the upcoming award cycle; campus resources; and more!

Complete information on the Fulbright US Student Program is at https://us.fulbrightonline.org/ – details on campus resources and support at http://go.wisc.edu/fusp

The program is open to undergraduates (graduating by the time they would take up their award – current juniors will be eligible to apply for the next competition!), currently enrolled graduate students, and alumni.

Mark Lilleleht, the campus Fulbright Program Advisor, will host the breakout conversation and is available year-round to work with students & alumni interested in learning more about the program and those who applying. In addition to the upcoming information session, you can set up an appointment at any time by emailing Mark at awards@iris.wisc.edu. Appointments to discuss any and everything Fulbright-related are available and encouraged!