For academic year 2019-2020 the Fulbright Foundation awarded 72 scholarships - 36 to Greek citizens and 36 to U.S. citizens - continuing a 71 year tradition of excellence.
Grantees were chosen after rigorous review from a large pool of extremely qualified candidates. Fulbright scholars encompass a diverse range of academic interests, from optometry and dermatopathology, to industrial management, counseling psychology and school psychology, from somatic and museum practices to inclusive education and youth, education and closing the skills gap, journalism, meteorology, cultural and intellectual history, and global health. U.S. institutions where Greek scholars will study include University of Minnesota, Emory University, Duke University, Iowa State University, University of Pittsburgh, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , and Temple University at Philadelphia. U.S. scholars will study in various academic and research institutions in Greece such as the Hellenic American Educational Foundation, Athens University of Economics and Business, National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, University of Macedonia at Thessaloniki, Ministry of Environment and Energy, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, and other.
To learn more about this year’s Greek and U.S. grantees check PROFILES