Fulbright Student Program

Patricia Siplon, PhD
Professor of Political Science
Saint Edmund's Hall 347
Box 372

The Fulbright Student Program originated in 1946. Its goals are to:

  1. Promote mutual understanding through a commitment to the free flow of ideas and people across national boundaries.
  2. To expand, through this understanding, the boundaries of human wisdom, empathy and perception.
  3. Through cooperation in constructive activities among people of different nations, to create true and lasting peace.

The Fulbright Student Program offers opportunities for graduate study at an international university Applicants must submit a plan of research and study and select a country in which they wish to study. All students must have a faculty advisor to assist them with the development of a project proposal. The completed application is sent to the Associate Dean for final approval and submission.

Fulbright address information:
Institute for International Education
809 United Nations Plaza
New York, New York 10017

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