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Established in 1946, the Fulbright Program aims to increase mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and other countries, through the exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills. Each year USF faculty and students contribute to and participate in many Fulbright programs. To find out about the opportunities available visit:

USF Fulbright Faculty Advisor

Dr. Darlene DeMarie serves as USF's Fulbright Faculty Advisor. She was a Fulbright Scholar to South Africa and Hungary, and served as a Fulbright reviewer for CIES and for the American Embassy in South Africa. Under her leadership, USF has experienced unprecedented success with the Fulbright Program.

Dr. DeMarie offers a series of workshops during the spring and summer semesters to introduce faculty to the range of opportunities available through the Fulbright Program and to assist faculty with the writing process associated with a successful Fulbright application. Faculty who have completed the workshops and who attended subsequent writing groups have been more likely to be awarded a Fulbright Scholar Award. All workshops are in person, and faculty members are encouraged to attend 4 different Fulbright workshops. You will need to register to attend, and space is limited to 6 people per workshop.

Please RSVP to no later than 5 days ahead of each workshop that you wish to attend. The final workshop in the series - Advanced Writing Group - is only available to those applicants who attended a Beginners’ Writing workshop and who have completed narratives considered competitive. This workshop is by appointment only. Please contact directly to register.

Current Opportunities

Fulbright Scholar Awards

Fulbright Scholar Awards comprise the bulk of awards offered and include opportunities for professionals, artists, and scholars at all career-levels. Location and eligibility vary across all awards, and some awards may be restricted to certain career levels or types of scholars. Faculty members hoping to obtain funding have until Thursday, September 15, 2022 to apply for Fulbright Scholar Awards. Over 400 teaching and/or research grants will be provided to U.S. faculty and experienced professionals.
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Fulbright International Education Administrators Program (IEA)

U.S. international education professionals and senior higher education officials looking to network and connect with educational systems in various countries should apply for the Fulbright International Education Administrators Program. This award provides international education professionals and senior higher education officials an opportunity to engage in a two-week intensive seminar to learn about the host country’s education system and establish networks of U.S. and international colleagues. Current seminars will be held in France and Germany. Application deadlines vary by program.
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Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Awards

Distinguished Scholar awards are viewed as the most prestigious appointments in the Fulbright Scholar Program. Awards are open to scholars who have more than seven years of experience in their discipline or area of expertise, though some awards may further restrict eligibility. Distinguished Scholars are expected to actively engage host institutions in a spirit of promoting mutual understanding and sharing knowledge.
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Fulbright Scholar Blog

The Fulbright Scholar Program has joined the blogging world! Visit the Fulbright Scholar Blog for news, highlights and helpful information regarding the program.

USF Faculty Fulbrights 1990 - 2022 Directory

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Student Fulbright Program

If you are a student interested in a Fulbright opportunity, click here for more information.