Grantees were chosen after rigorous review from a large pool of extremely qualified candidates. This year’s Fulbright scholars encompass a diverse range of academic interests, from human rights and computational architecture to museum studies and criminal law, fine arts and microbiology to soil science and music theory, public administration, geology, biomedical technology, communications and social entrepreneurship. U.S. institutions where Greek scholars will study include Columbia University, Harvard University, University of California-Berkeley, Villanova University, University of Illinois, New York University, Louisiana State University and University of Texas-Houston. U.S. scholars will study in various academic and research institutions in Greece like the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, University of Patras, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Democritus University of Thrace, University of Thessaly, National Observatory of Athens and other.
On this page you will find a section with the Profiles of Greek and U.S. scholarship recipients for the current academic year and a section entitled Grantees Speak which includes quotes and information on their Fulbright experience. Each year, Fulbright scholarship recipients embark on trans-Atlantic exchanges and programs that bring forth a world of new professional and scholarly opportunities and collaborations and that build bridges with other cultures and countries.