News and Announcements
The 2018-2019 Fulbright U.S. Student competition is open. To learn more about applying, please visit the Getting Started page. Brown’s internal deadline for applications is September 12, 2017; learn more about the process here. This federal program enables students to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching in elementary and secondary schools worldwide.
With urgent health issues on the agenda such as hospital mergers and risky pregnancies, the Rhode Island Department of Health is engaging Brown students, including Yiyu Xing MPP ’17, to pitch in, offering valuable opportunities to gain real-world research experience in return.
For family and friends who were unable to visit campus for Commencement, videos of the Master’s Ceremony and Doctoral Ceremony are now available. Also watch Anuoluwapo Agnes Osideko MPH ’17 and Alexandria Volkening PhD ’17 give their addresses at the Master’s and Doctoral ceremonies.
The prestigious award offers young scholars the opportunity to teach, study and pursue research internationally. S ix graduate students, t wenty seniors from Brown University’s Class of 2017, and 11 recent alumni have landed coveted Fulbright student scholarships to conduct research or teach abroad. Last year, Brown produced the most Fulbright winners in the United States, and the University has consistently ranked in the top 10 of Fulbright’s top-producing schools. Gradute students selected include: Omar Alcover (Guatemala), Fiorie Berhane (Italy), Benjamin Bradlow (Brazil), Sara Hefny (Italy), Peter Levins (Croatia), and Emily Monty (Spain).