Dickinson is among the top-10 liberal-arts institutions producing Fulbright recipients. To date, 92 alumni and 56 faculty or staff have received at least one Fulbright Award. Read about some of the college's recent Fulbright recipients in the stories below:
Phoebe Oldach '13
Fulbright scholar Phoebe Oldach '13, who will perform cutting-edge research in India next year, describes her indirect path to success. READ MORE
A Gathering of Scholars
Memorial Hall hosts special reception for applicants of major scholarships. READ MORE
Kathryn McNamara '11
Fulbright scholar Kathryn McNamara '11 bridges cultures in Indonesia by diving in to tough conversations.
Two Dickinsonians Win Fulbrights
Allison Murawski ’12 will head to Germany this fall as Fulbright Research Scholar, and Julie King ’12 will join her through a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship. READ MORE
2011 Fulbright Scholarships
Three seniors and an alumna have received the prestigious fellowships for research and teaching abroad.
A Russophiles Dream
A young alum turns scholarly interests—and a love of travel and the outdoors—into a fulfilling international career.
Fulbright Scholars Seniors Matthew Hayden, Katelyn Monfet and Jessie Strasbaugh will teach English in Germany this fall.
Alexander Brock '09 Awarded Fulbright
Philosophy major, who speaks Arabic and studied abroad in Egypt, will conduct research in Islamic philosophy and pursue a master’s degree in Islamic studies.
Published June 5, 2013