Since 1948, almost 6,000 Greek and American citizens have received scholarships from the Fulbright Foundation in Greece to participate in U.S.-Greece educational and cultural exchanges. Fulbright alumni include Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, prime ministers and heads of state, professors and scientists, ambassadors and artists, supreme court justices and company presidents.
Fulbright Alumni Association of Greek Scholars
The Association of Fulbright Scholars in Greece was established in 1978 and is among the first to be established worldwide. All Fulbright scholars are eligible to become Members of the Association. The Association organizes lectures, social activities, as well as other events which encourage co-operation between scholars in their common areas of interest. The headquarters of the Association is located in Athens, with a local section in Thessaloniki.
State Alumni is an online global community for all past and current participants of U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs – including Fulbright alumni. Interactive, dynamic, and password-protected, alumni.state.gov offers alumni a place to network, share ideas and stories; participate in Q&A Live discussions; and access free valuable resources such as grants, jobs, and research databases. The Fulbright Community on State Alumni brings together current grantees and alumni, while also supporting the program’s worldwide professional network. In order to access the Fulbright alumni subpage, you will first need to create a user account at: http://alumni.state.gov.
To connect with Fulbright alumni from other countries we invite you to visit websites of Fulbright Foundations around the world. A complete list of Fulbright Programs worldwide is listed at www.fulbright.org.