The Fulbright Program offers grants to U.S. citizens to study, teach, and conduct research abroad, as well as grants for non-U.S. citizens to come to the United States. More than 150 countries participate. Fulbright grants are designed to further mutual understanding among different cultures and nations. Most require language proficiency in the language of the country, but many English-speaking countries participate. Grantees usually plan their own program, which may include study at a foreign university, research, classes at a conservatory or art school, teaching assistantships, special projects in the social sciences or sciences, or combinations thereof. This collection documents the work of some of Linfield's Fulbright grantees.
Submissions from 2012
Wales: A Hidden Cultural Gem, Clara Martinez