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International Studies Major Receives Fulbright Award

ashley morefield

Ashley Lindsey Morefield.

Ashley Lindsey Morefield

Major: international studies, French & Francophone studies
Hometown: Columbia, Maryland
Award: Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award, Ivory Coast

Purpose of Award

The Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award promotes mutual cultural understanding between representatives of the United States and the host country. 

How has Dickinson prepared you for your future?

Dickinson has given me a solid foundation in a variety of fields that I know will be helpful for my personal growth and future career. I have learned how to connect with individuals from a variety of academic passions, backgrounds, interests, etc., which is incredibly helpful when entering the real world and the workforce. I also personally feel more enriched because I have discovered interests that I never knew I would want to learn about.


  • STAND: The Student-Led Movement to End Mass Atrocities, Washington, D.C.
  • The Borgen Project,Telecommute.

What are you most anticipating about your future?

I am excited to dig deeper into the interests that I have developed at Dickinson, specifically conflict studies. I hope to have a year off, completing my Fulbright assistantship, and then pursuing a master's in conflict studies with concentrations on peacebuilding or refugee/migrant crises.

Morefield Discusses Her Internship Experience


Published April 16, 2018