Appalachian State University is hosting Fulbright Week 2020 on February 11th through 13th! This annual event is organized and supported by multiple partners across campus with programming for students, faculty, and staff.
The Office of Nationally Competitive Scholarships is hosting workshops for students to learn more about the Fulbright Student Program and the application process, hear from current Fulbright semi-finalists, and even get started on their writing. Plus, there will be drop-in advising hours and FOOD!
A full schedule of all events for faculty, staff, and students can be found here, with programming for students highlighted below.
Wednesday, February 12, 11 am-12 pm in 415 Rough Ridge, PSU: Fulbright Student Award Information Session with Joanie Andruss, Assistant Director of Nationally Competitive Scholarships. Treats from Stickboy!
Are you a current undergraduate or graduate student interested in receiving a fully-funded award to study, teach, research or pursue other creative endeavors in one of over 140 countries? Attend this session to learn more about Fulbright Student Awards, tips for applying, and how NCS supports you. Hear from current applicants and leave inspired to pursue these amazing opportunities!
Wednesday, February 12, 3 pm-4 pm in 413 Linn Cove, PSU: Fulbright Student Advising Drop-in Hour with Joanie Andruss, Assistant Director of Nationally Competitive Scholarships. Treats from Stickboy!
Did you miss the Fulbright Student Information Session or have specific questions that you would like to ask? Are you wondering if this is an opportunity for you? Pop by Linn Cove anytime during this hour to have an informal advising session where your individual questions can be answered.
Thursday, February 13, 12pm-1pm in 137B Macrae Peak, PSU: Fulbright Student Writing Workshop with Joanie Andruss, Assistant Director of Nationally Competitive Scholarships. Pre-Register Here to reserve a spot. Pizza will be provided!
Are you interested in applying for a Fulbright Student Award, but want to learn more about the application process or get started on your writing? Attend this session to learn techniques for creating compelling essays and learn more specific details about the application process. It is highly recommended that you have a general understanding of the Fulbright award and potential ideas of what you might like to do or where you might like to travel, but you don't need to have started writing yet!
Fulbright Student Advising Appointments- Multiple Dates through January and February. Register here