Institute of Current World Affairs Fellowships

The Institute of Current World Affairs (ICWA) Fellowship Program

An ICWA Fellowship represents a generous investment in the future of a Fellow. The ultimate aim of the ICWA Fellowship program is to cultivate deep expertise in foreign countries and cultures. We achieve this by supporting a Fellow over a two year period, during which she or he carries out an immersive program of self-designed, independent study abroad.

ICWA’s mission is to identify and cultivate rare potential, so we are looking for promise, curiosity, and enthusiasm in our candidates. We consider whether a candidate is ready for the rapid personal growth that the Fellowship makes possible. Candidates with a passion for their project country and who are sufficiently prepared to take advantage of the opportunity we offer, have the best chance of being awarded an ICWA Fellowship. Extensive professional experience in the proposed area is not always necessary; Fellowships are aimed at developing advanced knowledge and professional skills, not awarding research or reporting opportunities to those who already possess them.

Strong candidates generally propose topics for the Fellowship that are compelling. Given our interest in achieving wide geographic distribution over time, we generally are less inclined to select projects in countries where we currently or very recently have had a Fellow. We are naturally drawn to areas of the world and topics that are less well understood and that are relevant to the United States. These could include thematic Fellowships, for example examining questions related to economic development or the environment that could be effectively pursued using the method of our Fellowships. Candidates are encouraged to browse ICWA’s archives to see the kind of projects that the Institute has supported.

Language Skills
We expect candidates to have the necessary language skills to allow to them to carry out their proposed project. Candidates proposing to go to China, Russia, Indonesia, India, or Brazil, for example, should have proficiency in Chinese, Russian, Bahasa, Hindi (or another relevant language) or Portuguese. It is too costly and time consuming to start from scratch, so we expect enough language proficiency so that candidates are able to function in the local language within a few months of arriving in the country. Exceptions have been made for unusual languages or situations, but these are rare.

Criteria for Consideration
Candidates must be under 36 years of age at the time of the due date for the initial letter of interest.

U.S. citizenship is not a requirement, but candidates must show strong and credible ties to U.S. society. A proposed Fellowship must hold the promise of enriching public life in the United States by enhancing the understanding of foreign countries, cultures, and trends. Public service, social activism or contribution to wider understanding in the United States is our ultimate purpose, out of a belief that the public can benefit from the knowledge and wisdom that our Fellows acquire.

While we expect candidates to design projects of topical interest, Fellowships are not aimed at covering news events. We do not send Fellows into war zones, or places where intense security concerns prevent Fellows from interacting with the local populace.

Fellowships are not scholarships. We do not support degree programs at universities, the writing of books, or research projects aimed at answering specific questions in a particular academic discipline.

Applicants must have excellent written and spoken English language skills and must have completed the current phase of their formal education. We do not accept applications from currently enrolled undergraduate students.

Fellows are required to write monthly newsletters, which are made available through our website to Institute members and other interested parties, including family, friends and professional associates of the Fellows. While the Institute has funded and will continue to fund artists, performers, and others who find various ways to participate in the societies they study, the immediate fruits of the Fellows’ learning are communicated principally through writing. Fellows should be prepared to share their experience with a general, well-educated audience, and not only with specialists in their field. Fellows work closely with the Executive Director, who serves as writing coach, editor, and mentor.

While many Fellows go on to pursue political or social causes at home and abroad, the purpose of a Fellowship is to learn about other societies, not to change them. Fellows are not permitted to engage in overtly political activities during their Fellowship. The Institute does not accept any government funds. Fellows must preserve that independence, in letter and in spirit.

Fellows should not expect to return to the United States during the two years of their Fellowship. ICWA Fellowships are immersive; a vital component of the Fellowship experience is remaining, without interruption, in the area of study for the duration of a Fellowship.

The Institute provides full financial support for its Fellows and their immediate families. “Full financial support” does not mean unlimited financial support, and Fellows are expected to live and spend modestly. The Institute provides Fellows with sufficient funding to allow them and their families to live in good health and reasonable comfort and to fulfill the purposes of the Fellowship.

Fellowship Opportunities
Donors’ Fellowship: The generous support received from contributors enables ICWA to appoint a Donors’ Fellows every two years. Topics and areas of study are unrestricted.

Fellows with appropriate topics may receive support from specially endowed funds, including:
John Miller Musser Memorial Forest & Society Fellowships offer people with graduate degrees in forestry or forest-related specialities an opportunity to broaden their understanding of the relationship of forest-resource problems to humans, including policy-makers, environmentalists, farmers, scientists and forest-product industrialists.

John O. Crane Memorial Fellowships provide support for study in East Europe and the Middle East.

Those interested in applying for an Institute of Current World Affairs Fellowship should send an initial Letter of Interest and a resume to the Institute via email. (Post is also accepted.)

In your letter of interest, tell us what you would do if you had a two-year, self-designed Fellowship overseas and why you’re the right person to carry it out. There is no fixed length for the letter of interest. Take the space that you need to make a cogent case for yourself. Please indicate your age, as applicants must be under the age of 36 at the time that the letter of interest is due.

Selected Fellows are expected to depart for their Fellowship within six months of their selection.

This is a competitive process. The strongest applicants will be invited to submit a more detailed application.

To be considered for the June 2016 Fellowship appointment, letters of Interest are due on March 1, 2016.

Applications are not considered on a rolling basis.

We are unable to respond to all inquiries, but will certainly answer those that fit our Fellowship requirements.


For applications via post: 
Institute of Current World Affairs
1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Suite 615
Washington, DC 20036

Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship 2016

The Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship represents a unique experience for social entrepreneurs, social leaders, those who practice innovative business for good, from a Jewish /Muslim cultural background (others are welcome as well) and have an interest in cross-cultural dialogue. This is an amazing opportunity to spend about 2 weeks at the University of Cambridge in the UK to network and work on your project with other social entrepreneurs.

Aspire to be an AdR Fellow if you believe you have within you the moral strength and character to lead; and understand that being a leader surpasses personal ambition, it is also service, requiring the will, humility and generosity of spirit to inspire fellow human beings. Aspire to be an AdR Fellow if you believe in reconciliation, peace and the power of business to effect prosperity among all human beings, who should share equal opportunities in this world.

Deadline for applications: Friday, March 18th 2016, 12:00AM (EST New York)

Application guidelines:
1-If you have applied using the electronic form system from previous year please note that the system has been updated and you will thus have to create a new username and password to be able to enter the form.
2-If you face any issues and require a pdf form for application please email.

The AdR Fellowship represents a unique experience for social entrepreneurs, social leaders and those who practice mindful business, from a Jewish /Muslim cultural background (others are welcome as well) who have an interest in cross-cultural dialogue.This is an amazing opportunity to spend about 2 weeks at the University of Cambridge in the UK to network and work on your project with other social entrepreneurs, all expenses paid.

About the Fellowship
Years ago the minds behind the AdR Fellowship recognized three things: One, that there is an urgent need to bring innovation to the field of cross-cultural dialogue; two that a business mindset can be of great value to build tangible impact; and three that there is an exciting opportunity to better expose social entrepreneurs to the knowledge and analytical frameworks offered by social sciences. “Distinct fields such as dialogue and entrepreneurship cannot afford to exist in isolated ivory towers” says Ariane de Rothschild. The continuing disconnect between social sciences and business prevents the emergence of sustainable solutions to tackle the world’s most pressing problems. How can you design solutions for a problem if you lack an understanding of the historical and political context of the people you are trying to help? And how can you do good without going broke? “When blended together, business, academic scholarship and empathy provide an extraordinary force for change” adds Firoz Ladak, CEO of the Edmond de Rothschild Foundations.

Thus since 2009, the AdR Fellows through this unique design thinking model have engaged with a wide range of thinkers and practionners from universities such as Columbia, Cambridge, the University of Montreal, the School of Oriental and African Studies, the London School of Economics and Cornell.

This is what the AdR Fellowship is about: harnessing the entrepreneurial drive of mainly Jewish and Muslim social entrepreneurs to build sustainable impact and at the same time develop a new brand of dialogue and leadership.

The AdR Fellowship is:
Instrumental: in providing the tools that allow the AdR Fellows to think ‘outside the box’ – using their analytical skills to unravel the real issues behind the challenges they face and applying a multidisciplinary approach to design solutions for their projects.
Conceptual: in contributing to the understanding of global issues, reframing debates and understanding history, politics and business theory.
Transformative: through capacity-building and personal development.

Turkish Cultural Exchange Fellowship

The Turkish Cultural Foundation Cultural Exchange Fellowship is awarded twice a year competitively to Turkish and non-Turkish artists and professionals who work in culture and arts.

The TCF Cultural Exchange Fellowship ranges from $1,000 to $2000. Fellows will receive their fellowship payments via a United States bank check.

There are two different categories for which applicants may apply to TCF for support:
• I – Event Participation or Collaborations in Art and Culture: $ 1,000
• Event Participation: Turkish applicants must be accepted to participate in an event abroad (conference, festival, exhibition or fair) related to art and culture, as presenters or speakers. Non-Turkish applicants must be accepted to participate in an event in Turkey (conference, festival, exhibition or fair) as presenters or speakers.
• Collaborations in Art and Culture: Turkish artists and professionals must be primary participants in a collaborative artistic or cultural program/project abroad with fellow artists and professionals at a workshop/studio/atelier, museum, cultural or educational institution. Non-Turkish artists and professionals must be primary participants in a collaborative artistic or cultural project in Turkey with fellow artists and professionals in a workshop/studio/atelier, museum, cultural or educational institution.
• II – Residencies in Art and Culture: $ 2,000
• Turkish artists and professionals must be accepted to a Residency Program abroad at a workshop/studio/atelier, museum or other cultural institution environment. Non-Turkish artists and professionals must be accepted to a Residency Program in Turkey at a workshop/studio/atelier, museum, other cultural or educational institution environment.

The minimum duration of the in-country (Turkey or third country) Residency program must be two weeks.


Individuals who work professionally in the fields of traditional arts, cultural relations, visual arts and new media, film and video arts, curatorial services, conservation, restoration, literary arts, music, dance, theatre and performance arts, are invited to submit applications for the TCF Cultural Exchange Fellowship.

Individuals who participate in events or projects which already receive funding under the TCF Grant Program are ineligible for the TCF Cultural Exchange Fellowship.

How to Apply:
TCF Cultural Exchange Fellowship will be awarded twice a year: For the first term (January-June 2016) and the second term (July-December 2016). All events/projects applied for under this program must be completed by the end of June 2016 for the first term and the end of December 2016 for the second term.

Applications must be submitted with the following information:
• Completed Application Form (click here for application form)
• Cover Letter
• Project description (max. 2,000 words) that includes a description of the event (include event program), collaboration, or residency.
• Resume (max. 2 pages)
• Verification (proof of acceptance as presenter/speaker to event, letter from destination country-based collaborative project leader, acceptance to Residency Program by relevant institution)
• One letter of recommendation as to the professional credentials of the applicant.

All applications must be submitted in English. Applicant’s name must be typed at the top of each sheet. Application form and all supporting materials must be submitted via email.

Application Deadline:
All applications must be received by January 24, 2016 for the first term, and June 30, 2016 for the second term.

Media and Communication Visiting Fellowship, University of Canterbury (New Zealand)

Media and Communication Visiting Fellowship
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Application Deadline: December 20, 2015

The University of Canterbury invites applications for a 5-week Visiting Fellowship available any time from mid February to mid June 2016 (the first semester of the New Zealand academic year).  The fellow is expected to offer a number of research seminars to staff/students and meet graduate research students to provide general advice and feedback. The ideal candidate will be a senior or mid-career scholar, possibly on sabbatical over this period.

The fellowship covers the cost of a return flight to New Zealand, accommodation and a per diem that should cover additional living costs for the 5-week period. The fellow is provided with an office in the department for conducting their own research, a computer and access to the university library. They are also free to travel during this period to see the many wonders of New Zealand, which will be in Summer and Autumn.

The Media and Communication department at the University of Canterbury is a research-led department with strengths in a number of areas. The University of Canterbury is committed to promoting a world-class learning environment through research and teaching excellence, and has a vision statement of “People Prepared to Make a Difference.”  The fellow will have the opportunity to work alongside members of a diverse academic community and enrich their professional and personal

To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to Dr. Babak Bahador.

Fellowships for Graduate Study at King’s College London

A range of post-graduate studentships (called graduate fellowships in US) are available for 2016-17 entry at the Centre for Language Discourse & Communication at King’s College London, offering supervision in text, discourse & narrative analysis, pragmatics, linguistic ethnography, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, applied, educational, cognitive and corpus linguistics:
Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) Studentships (deadline: 29 January 2016).  These cover sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, interactional discourse analysis, linguistic ethnography, areas of applied linguistics, computational linguistics, educational linguistics and language & literacy education.  Candidates can apply either for a three year PhD Studentship or for a four year Studentship which involves a one year MA and a three year PhD.
Arts & Humanities Research Council/London Arts & Humanities Partnership (AHRC/LAHP) Studentships (deadline: 29 January 2016).   This covers research on linguistic structure, history, theory and description, including stylistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics, corpus studies, translation, and some areas of applied linguistics.  Studentships last three years.
• Studentships administered by the King’s College Graduate School.

To apply, you should have excellent qualifications, as well as clear research idea if you are applying for a three year PhD award.  It is important to identify and contact a potential supervisor as soon as possible, referring to our webpages, and you also need to submit an ordinary admissions application.

AICGS Visiting Fellowship Program (German Studies in DC)

AICGS applications for in-residence Visiting Fellows

The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) Visiting Fellows Program is designed to provide scholars and specialists with a base while conducting their research in Washington, DC. Visiting Fellows should be working on issues related to the AICGS mission, which is to strengthen the German-American relationship in an evolving Europe and changing world. Visiting Fellows must be self-financed and can be in-residence at AICGS for anywhere between one month to one year. Applications are accepted year round.

Visiting Fellows’ research projects should fit under one or more of the Institute’s three research and programming areas:
*Business and Economics
*Foreign and Domestic Policy
*Society, Culture & Politics

Within these three program areas, AICGS focuses on specific projects that address emerging issues relevant to a changing transatlantic relationship. Visiting Fellows who are working on similar issues may benefit particularly from a research stay at AICGS. The Program, however, accepts fellows working on a variety of issues.

With its location in Washington, DC, providing access to policymakers, universities, think tanks, and the Library of Congress as well as other resources, AICGS offers the ideal location for researchers. AICGS has a wide network of academics and policymakers and its professional staff and fellows provide in-house expertise. AICGS Visiting Fellows are an integral part of the AICGS community and are encouraged to participate in AICGS projects and events and contribute to the Institute’s targeted analysis newsletter, The AICGS Advisor. Depending on the quality of the Visiting Fellows’ research results and the nature of the project, AICGS will provide opportunities for public presentations to the broader Washington policy and academic communities.

The Visiting Fellows Program is open to all nationalities. Fellows are responsible for their own travel and living costs while in Washington, DC. In addition, Visiting Fellows must cover the use of office space at AICGS and incidentals, such as phone/supplies/postage. Foreign nationals must be eligible to travel to the U.S.

Applicants must have at least a Master’s Degree and be working on issues related to the German-American relationship.

Application Procedure
There is no formal application form. To apply for the AICGS Visiting Fellowship Program, please submit the following materials:
*A brief cover letter
*A curriculum vitae, with a list of publications (if relevant)
*A project proposal (5-7 pages, double-spaced) outlining in clear, concise terms the substantive thrust of the research and its relevance to the AICGS mission, and the reasons for carrying it out at AICGS
*One letter of reference (for graduate students and recent PhDs (received in the last five years) only).

Application Deadlines: None

Visa Requirements
Visiting Fellows who are conducting their own research and are self-financed can travel to the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program (country-specific restrictions apply) for up to 90 days, provided they possess an e-passport and an approved authorization through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). Visiting Fellows who are staying longer than 90 days or cannot travel under the Visa Waiver Program need a non-immigrant visa to travel to the U.S.: B-1 (Business Visitor Visa) or J-1 visa (Exchange Visitor Visa). AICGS will provide information about and assistance with obtaining a visa.

Please send all application materials to the following address:
AICGS Visiting Fellowship Program
American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
1755 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036

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U San Francisco Ethnic Minority Dissertation Fellowship

USF Ethnic Minority Dissertation Fellowship

The University of San Francisco invites applications from underrepresented ethnic minority scholars for the USF Dissertation Fellowship Program for academic year 2015-2016.

Job Responsibilities:
Scholars complete their dissertation and initiate an ongoing program of scholarly or creative work, while becoming familiar with the usual service responsibilities of a university faculty member. Scholars teach one course in their discipline each semester and serve the University in various capacities. The program provides compensation of $36,000 and limited support for relocation and research-related expenses. Additional support includes office space, computer and library privileges.

Minimum Qualifications:
Scholars are members of one of the following groups: African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders, Hispanics/Latino/as, or American Indians, and are U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents. Candidates must have completed all course work leading to their doctorate by Summer 2015, and must be considering a career in college teaching in one of the following fields:
*Arts & Sciences:Economics, Media Studies, Communication Studies, Politics, Environmental Studies, Critical Diversity Studies, International Studies (BAIS) Program, English, History, Philosophy, Rhetoric and Language, Theology and Religious Studies.
*Education: Counseling Psychology, Leadership Studies, Learning and Instruction, International and Multicultural Education, Teacher Education.

To be considered for this position please visit the web site and apply online.

EEO Policy
The University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law.

CFP IMéRA residencies (France)

IMéRA : Call for applications 2015-2016
Application deadline: Wednesday, 7 January, 2015 – 23:59
IMéRA: Laboratory for Cross-disciplinary Exploration
A foundation of Aix-Marseille University, IMéRA is an Institute for Advanced Study, a unique research centre where both emerging and top-level scientists can take advantage of residence schemes to carry out innovative research projects.

IMéRA is specifically aimed at fostering cross-disciplinary projects. It receives scientists and artists of all disciplines (in residence between 3 and 12 months), as well as a few cross-disciplinary teams with joint projects for short stays (2 to 4 weeks). Research undertaken at the Institute is meant to develop interaction within social science, within science, between social science and hard, experimental and health sciences, and links between art and science. The Institute thus contributes to the emergence and development of world-class cross-disciplinary research approaches on Aix-Marseille University ground and grooms young researchers for such approaches. IMéRA also enthusiastically welcomes projects bearing on Mediterranean territories or submitted by researchers from the Mediterranean rim.

In their applications, candidates should clearly demonstrate their interest in cross-disciplinary projects on the basis of their research or itineraries, by:
*providing a list of already experienced cross-disciplinary collaborations or of publications calling for such collaboration schemes; or
*proposing to start one such collaboration and specifying its characteristics; or
*detailing expected contributions from cross-fertilisation of their own research program with perspectives and intellectual resources of other disciplines.
IMéRA gives preference to high-aspiring research projects conducive to inter-disciplinary collaboration on complex science issues or major society challenges. 

Residents carry out their research in connection with Aix-Marseille University (AMU) teams and laboratories or with partner bodies. It is advisable to include a letter of interest by an Aix-Marseille University researcher to the application.

Deadline: 7 January 2015 (this date included)
Duration of residences: 5 or 10 months
Residence periods (to be chosen by the candidates, several choices are possible):
*14 Sept 2015 to 12 Feb 2016 (5 months)
*22 Feb 2016 to 13 July 2016 (5 months)
*14 Sept 2015 to 13 July 2016 (10 months)

This call is open to scientists and artists of all disciplines, both junior and senior, with or without official status.

To be eligible, scientist applicants must meet the following 3 conditions:
*Not to have lived in France more than 12 months during the three years preceding this call for applications;*
*Hold a Doctorate or PhD;
*Have at least two years’ post-doctoral experience in full-time research as at the call for applications deadline.

To be eligible, artist applicants must meet the following 2 conditions:
*Not to have lived in France more than 12 months during the three years preceding this call for applications;*
Carry out a research project in connection with science.

Application assessment criteria include, but are not limited to:
*The candidate’s quality;
*Project and researcher’s value and potential;
*Connection of project with IMéRA’s cross-disciplinary framework (capacity to link with other disciplinary domains);
*Relevance of the research project in terms of its connection with the Aix-Marseille area (potential interaction with local facilities, teams and research centres; use of local resources – field, archives, etc.).

IMéRA will pay an allowance or a salary to residents depending on their candidate status.
Scientist remuneration
Scientists fall into two classes:
*Junior: €2,300 net monthly allowance or salary;
*Senior: €3,500 net monthly allowance or salary.

Junior class: Researchers who have 2 to 9 years of  full-time research experience after obtaining the PhD (PhD training is not considered in the calculation of experience) as at the closing date of the call for applications.
Senior class: Top-level researchers with minimum 10 years’ experience in full-time research after obtaining the PhD (PhD is not considered in the calculation of experience) as at the closing date of the call for applications, and university professors.
Artist remuneration
Artists will receive a €2,300 net monthly allowance.

IMéRA provides free accommodation to residents  in a flat within the Institute premises.

IMéRA will pay for the residents’ ticket from their usual place of residence to Marseille and back.

IMéRA invites residents to organise an international research seminar on a theme related to their project during their stay, with the possibility of asking several external specialists to participate.
IMéRA does not finance production means for resident artists planning to make pieces of work.

Deadline: 7 January 2015 (this date included)
Applications must be in English or French.
Candidates must submit their applications EXCLUSIVELY on IMéRA’s website. Applications sent by e-mail or by post will NOT be considered.

Online applications must include
*Duly completed application form (mandatory fields);
*One sole file (to be downloaded) including:
– Curriculum Vitae with a list of publications and/or creations/exhibitions;
– Presentation of research project (maximum 5 pages) with selective bibliography;
– For junior researchers: one to three letters of recommendation;
– A letter of interest by an Aix-Marseille researcher (not compulsory).

Period of residence:
14 Sept 2015 to 12 Feb 2016 (5 months)
22 Feb 2016 to 13 July 2016 (5 months)
14 Sept 2015 to13 July 2016 (10 months)

Humanities Postdoctoral Fellowships (Germany)

Humanities Postdocs for Study/Research in Germany

Each academic year, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Volkswagen Foundation fund up to twelve Post-doctoral Fellowships in the Humanities for stays of 9 to 12 months in Germany. The cooperating institutions are: the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies, the Lichtenberg-Kolleg in Göttingen, the Exzellence Cluster and the Zukunftskolleg der Universität Konstanz, the Dahlem Humanities Center, Freie Universität Berlin, the Berliner Zentrum Moderner Orient, the Deutsche Archäologische Institut (DIA) in Berlin, the Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin, the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek in Frankfurt, the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel, the Deutsche Literaturarchiv in Marbach, the Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz (IEG) and the Leopoldina Centre for the Study of the History of Science and Science Academies at Halle (Saale).

The Fellowships address postdocs at American universities and research institutes working in the Humanities who wish to spend some time in Germany working on a research project.

Visit Volkswagen’s main site for more information. Applications must be filed electronically via the electronic application system. Application deadline is October 15, 2014.

Fulbright deadline nearing

The deadline for Fulbright Core applications for Academic Year 2015-2016 is August 1st, 2014.

This year’s competition includes 584 awards.  Of these,  419 are All Discipline awards and are open to applicants from virtually any discipline – from Computer Science to Art.  Scholars and professionals from post-docs to emeriti are able to apply for programs all over the globe.

For information about awards offered in specific disciplines or areas of the world and about the application, see our archived Webinars or register for an upcoming one. The Fulbright Scholar Application and Reviewing Your Fulbright Application Package might prove to be helpful for those with questions about the application process.

Upcoming webinars include:

08 July – Fulbright Opportunities in Europe: A Second Look at Central and Eastern Europe
09 July – Fulbright Distinguished Awards
11 July – All Discipline Awards – What Are They?
14 July – Have You Thought About? – Some Hidden Gems
17 July – Fulbright Flex Awards
18 July – How to Craft a Successful  Project Statement
23 July – Reviewing Your Fulbright Application Package
30 July – Reviewing Your Fulbright Application Package