Georgetown, in Washington DC, had 49 latest alumni or grad college students be part of Fulbright within the newest educational 12 months, adopted by Princeton College with 36 and Brown College with 30.
The 2022/23 US high producing establishments, launched by the US Division of State in collaboration with the Institute of Worldwide Schooling, noticed 25 new establishments added to the listing, which stakeholders say underscores the program’s dedication to inclusive progress and institutional range.
“On behalf of president Biden and secretary of state Blinken, congratulations to the universities and universities recognised as 2022/23 Fulbright high producing establishments, and to all of the candidates who had been chosen for the Fulbright Program this 12 months,” stated Lee Satterfield, assistant secretary of state for Academic and Cultural Affairs.
“A brand new technology of Fulbrighters will catalyse lasting influence on their campus, of their communities, and all over the world”
“Due to the visionary management of those establishments, directors, and advisors, a brand new technology of Fulbrighters – changemakers, as I prefer to say – will catalyse lasting influence on their campus, of their communities, and all over the world.”
The Fulbright Program – sponsored by the US authorities – is the nation’s flagship worldwide academic change program. Since 1946, greater than 400,000 Fulbrighters from the US and 165 international locations have studied, taught and performed analysis in one another’s international locations.
Maryland’s Salisbury College led the masters class with 9 college students chosen, Bowdoin Faculty in Maine within the baccalaureate class with 19 and The Faculty of the Artwork Institute of Chicago’s two college students positioned it high within the Particular-Focus establishments class.
The six colleges showing for the primary time on the coed producing listing embrace Baylor College, Carnegie Mellon College, Murray State College, Ringling Faculty of Artwork and Design, Towson College, and the College of South Florida.
The 174 colleges included within the listing characteristic establishments throughout 35 states and the District of Columbia, with New York probably the most represented of any state, with 22 establishments.
The Fulbright twin high producers listing – measuring each researchers and college students – featured 18 establishments, with Harvard College topping the analysis establishments class with 36 contributors and SUNY Faculty at Geneseo led amongst masters establishments with seven.
Bates Faculty in Maine and Oberlin Faculty in Ohio – within the baccalaureate establishment class – each noticed 15 Fulbright college students and students in 2022/23.
This week, the UK’s Chevening program additionally celebrated its fortieth anniversary.
As we speak is Chevening’s fortieth birthday!
☑️ 40 years of rewarding excellence
☑️ 40 years of championing training
☑️ 40 years of making international change for good
— Chevening Awards?? (@CheveningFCDO) February 8, 2023
Introduced initially in underneath the ‘Pym package deal’ in 1984, 4 years after the UK had launched charges for worldwide college students, the FCO Scholarships and Awards Scheme supported 100 students per 12 months. In 1994, this system was renamed Chevening after the official residence of the UK international secretary in Sevenoaks.
The 2024/25 Fulbright US Scholar Competitors opens in mid-February.