Fulbright US Student Grants │ English Teaching Assistantships (ETA)/Research/Academic
Aims to increase mutual understanding between the people of the US and other countries through exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills. The program funds three types of activities: research abroad; study in a foreign academic institution; and teaching English in select countries. Students apply as graduating seniors or as recent alumni. 

Honors at Iowa's recent undergraduate or alumni recipients of the Fulbright US Student Grant:

  • Laura Wang, 2016 Fulbright ETA - Taiwan
  • Douglas Baker, 2015 Fulbright Research Grant - Japan
  • Julia Cartwright, 2015 Fulbright Research Grant - India
  • Acacia Roberts, 2015 Fulbright ETA - Morocco
  • Quinn Hejlik, 2015 Fulbright ETA - Russia
  • Julia Julstrom-Agoyo, 2015 Fulbright ETA - Malaysia
  • Sarah Mayer, 2015 Fulbright ETA – Colombia
  • Audrey Williams, 2015 Fulbright Recipient, Research Grant – Turkey
  • Sophie Amado, 2014 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (Spain)
  • Isaac Rockafellow, 2014 Fulbright Research Grant (Ukraine)
  • Rebecca McCray, 2013 Fulbright Research Grant Winner - Slovenia 
  • Sarita Patnaik,  2010 Fulbright Scholar (Morocco)
  • Peter Pellegrino, 2009 Fulbright Grant (Italy)
  • Andrew Carey, 2009 Fulbright Grant (Mexico)
  • Andrew Ketterer,2008 Fulbright Grant (Sweden)
  • Claire Miller, 2008 Fulbright Grant (Indonesia)
  • Kevin Owens, 2008 Fulbright Grant (Vietnam)
  • Carrie Schuettpelz, 2006 Fulbright Grant (master’s degree in Denmark)

For more information about the range of opportunities offered by the Fulbright Program, take a look at  Fulbright Snapshot Graduate and Undergraduate Student Programs.pdf

Fulbrights are administered through International Programs at the University of Iowa.

Contact on campus:

Karen Wachsmuth,
Associate Director, International Fellowships,
International Programs,
1111 University Capitol Centre
319-335-1436
karen-wachsmuth@uiowa.edu