For academic year 2018-2019 the Fulbright Foundation awarded 78 scholarships to Greek and U.S. grantees.
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 food science and rna biology to maritime transportation, geochemistry, and pediatric pulmonology to jazz guitar and technology law, metaphysics, submarine and surface volcanism, tourism, and environmental issues. U.S. institutions where Greek scholars will study include University of New Hampshire, Carnegie Mellon University, Stanford University, National Institutes of Health, University of Oregon, University of Georgia, and The University of Memphis. U.S. scholars will study in various academic and research institutions in Greece such as the Hellenic American Educational Foundation, University of Crete, University of the Aegean, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, University of Ioannina, Athens School of Fine Arts, National School of Public Health, Democritus University of Thrace, Ionian University and other.