CSU Fulbright Program
Deadline: October 2012
Campus Deadline: September 14, 2012
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers a number of opportunities, to study or conduct research abroad.
Because of the highly competitive nature of these awards, we recommend that you begin preparing AT LEAST 3 months prior to the CSU application deadline.
Note: Your application will be reviewed and evaluated at CSU before it is forwarded to the national Fulbright office.
Amount of Support
Varies depending on county, length and type of study
- Graduating seniors and graduates in any field
- For study abroad in a variety of countries and regions. See Web site for more information.
Advisors able to help clarify your initial ideas and provide ongoing feedback throughout the proposal writing and applicatin process are available in each of the colleges.
Before contacting the Fulbright Faculty Advisor for your college, please take time to read over the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
College of Agricultural Sciences
Jorge Vivanco, Professor:
Department of Horticulture & Lanscape Architecture
College of Health & Human Sciences
Molly Eckman, Professor:
Department of Design and Merchandising
College of Business
Ray Hogler, Professor:
Department of Management
College of Engineering
Jeffrey Niemann, Associate Professor:
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
College of Liberal Arts
Kris Kodrich, Associate Professor:
Department of Journalism and Technical Communication
Fulbright English Teaching Assistanship
Nancy Berry, Assistant Director:
Intensive English Program
Warner College of Natural Resources
Barry Noon, Professor:
Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
College of Natural Sciences
Gregory Florant, Professor:
Department of Biology
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Elizabeth Ryan, Assistant Professor:
Department of Environmental & Radiological Health Sciences