The Fulbright Fellowship offers students an exciting post-baccalaureate year conducting research or teaching English in a host community in one of 155 countries. Participants represent the U.S. overseas while immersed in another culture (and often another language), and will gain valuable skills and experience applicable to future professional, academic and personal endeavors.
Interested juniors and sophomores [...]
On Tuesday, November 13, U.S. citizens with 3.4+ GPA are invited to go to at Weinstein Auditorium to learn about the Fulbright Fellowship.
The Fulbright Fellowship allows recent graduates to spend a year in one of 155 countries. This year’s Fulbright Candidates will be speaking and taking questions at the event.
This fall, Smith College [...]
On Thursday, April 12, Merrill Baker ’03 will present a lecture—Fluid Relations: Marine Conservation and Gendered Resources Use in Madagascar— as part of the Environmental Science and Policy program’s “Lunchbag” series.
Merrill was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to work in Madagascar in 2003. She is now a PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley [...]
A new Fulbright application cycle is now open for juniors and sophomores.
Smith has a tradition of winning Fulbrights that help you while you help others through different fields for a year after graduating in 155 countries. Juniors and sophomores who are U.S. citizens with a 3.4+ GPA who are interested in applying to the [...]
Students interested in becoming Fulbright Fellows are invited to attend the Fulbright New Season Launch on Wednesday, November 16 at 7 p.m. in the Weinstein Auditorium. This year’s Fulbright candidates will be speaking and taking questions from attendees.
U.S. citizens with at least a 3.4 GPA are eligible to apply for a Fulbright Fellowship. The [...]
Elliot Fratkin, professor of Anthropology, will be on sabbatical from Smith this year, as he teaches in Ethiopia on a Fulbright Scholarship.
Professor Elliot Fratkin was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to spend a year teaching at Hawassa University in Ethiopia. Fratkin, whose anthropology research focuses on “life and social change among nomadic pastoralists“, previously [...]
Earlier this month Smith College learned that a 19th Fulbright Fellowship has been awarded to a recent graduate.
Katey Pillars ’11, will be joining 18 other Smithies as a Fulbright Fellow this year. Katey will be studying the “role of Soviet-era Estonia as a bridge between East and West, and an incubator of intellectual innovation [...]
Smith celebrated a new record this week, when it learned that 18 recently-graduated students from the class of 2011 had been awarded Fulbright Fellowships. The college also hit four other records this year, as the college with the highest number of Fulbright applicants (40), applications to 30 different countries, the most finalists (29), and the [...]