The Fulbright Scholar Program is the U.S. government's flagship program in international educational exchange for faculty and professionals. The program offers funding opportunities for short-term and long-term research and lecturing abroad. Awards are offered each year to distinguished American scholars, for travel to some 140 countries around the world. Eligibility requirements include: U.S. Citizenship at the time of application, PhD or equivalent professional or terminal degree, college or university teaching experience, foreign language proficiency (if required), sound physical and mental health.
Student Fulbright Grantee for 2009-10
The Office of Global Learning is pleased to announce that communications major Ramatu Musa has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study and conduct research in Israel during the 2009–2010 academic year. She is the first FDU student in recent history to win this highly prestigious award.
Fairleigh Dickinson is proud to have among its faculty a number of Fulbright Scholars and Fulbright fellowship recipients.
Dr. Bamidele A. Ojo
Professor of Political Science
Fulbright Senior Scholar, Nigeria, 2001-2002
"There is nothing more enriching than the Fulbright experience. It is a rewarding academic exercise that also provides opportunities to gain more global perspectives within one’s area of expertise. It helps lay the foundation for contacts between academic institutions and allows for the scholar to gain a wider and more in depth academic knowledge that might have been impossible without Fulbright. The increased contact between the host institution and the home institution is a testament to the vision of this program; it has been a rewarding opportunity with a collaborative academic relationship for all concerned. For me, I am grateful for the opportunity. The Fulbright experience will leave a life-long imprint on my career."