Resilience and Opportunity after Covid-19 in Nepal’s Tourism Sector Join The Fulbright Program Student Researcher William ‘Jack’ Shangraw at the American Center on September 19 as he shares his research focusing on…
Application deadline: July 6, 2022, at 6:00pm EDT
2022-2023 IIE Centennial Fellowship Application is open! The IIE Centennial Fellowship offers Fulbright alumni a one-year funding opportunity to pursue new or ongoing projects.
For the 2022-23 call for proposals, four Fulbright alumni will be selected to receive awards of up to $25,000 to help fund ongoing or planned projects focused on the intersection of higher education and the refugee or displaced persons experience. In particular, this year’s theme aims to fund innovative projects that actively work to increase access, ensure equity, provide pathways, and/or address needs related to higher education attainment for refugee and displaced populations. All applications must be submitted by July 6, 2022, at 6:00pm EDT to be considered.
A project could focus on a range of topics in the refugees in higher education space, such as: college readiness, admission, sustainable funding models, college experience, meaningful partnerships, financial inclusion, and policy/advocacy.
The Fellowship highlights the values of mutual understanding, leadership, global problem solving, and impact that underlie Fulbright. Candidates may work or study in any field, with or without a current institutional affiliation. Projects that promote continued collaboration and institutional linkages established during applicants’ Fulbright grant periods are always encouraged. The winning Centennial Fellows may use their award to launch dynamic new projects or to continue or expand projects that are already operating. To date, two endowments have been established by private donors, including members of IIE’s Board of Trustees, each with gifts totaling $2 million. IIE Centennial Fellowships provide an extraordinary opportunity to honor IIE’s association with the Fulbright Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and to help enhance Fulbright as a life-long experience.
For more information about the fellowship, visit the program website: https://www.iie.org/Programs/IIE-Centennial-Fellowship or email at IIECentennialFellows@iie.org.