The Fulbright Fellowship was established in 1946 by the U.S. Congress to foster “mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries." Last year the program sent nearly 1,700 students to 135 countries to conduct research, study and teach English. To be eligible for the Fulbright Program you must be a U.S. citizen and have your bachelor’s degree by June 2012.
If you are interested in continuing with graduate studies overseas, contact your local Fulbright Program adviser before September 15, 2011.
SJC Fulbright Advisers
Kenneth Bauzon, Ph.D.
Professor of Political Science, Department of Social Sciences
St. Joseph's Hall, Fifth floor
Assistant Professor, Department of History
Room E-301, O'Connor Hall
Christopher Frost, Ph.D.
Academic Dean of the Long Island Campus and Professor Psychology
Fulbright Program Links
Fulbright Program home page
Fulbright student blog
Interviews with current Fulbrighters talking about their projects and experiences overseas
YouTube videos of Fulbrighters talking about their experiences and the program