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Fulbright is the largest fellowship program for U.S. Scholars, providing over 800 awards per year for talented faculty—both tenure-line and lecturers—to conduct research, teach, or a combination of both in over 135 partner countries.  Sponsored by the U.S. State Department and funded by Congress, Fulbright provides opportunities to build knowledge and research connections, strengthen teaching skills, and forge long-lasting relationships.  There are awards for faculty in all disciplines and at all career stages.

In this presentation, Dr. Julie Taylor will discuss:

-         How Fulbright differs from other funding opportunities.

-         Why Fulbright is considered a transformative professional development opportunity.

-         The selection criteria and how to apply.

-         Ways that you can invite foreign faculty to teach, lecture, or conduct research at Morgan State.

About Dr. Julie Taylor: 

As Director of Academic Relations for the Fulbright Program, Julie Taylor builds partnerships with U.S. colleges, universities and academic associations. This work helps them to engage a broad array of Fulbright programs and globalize their campuses. She is often asked to speak on current trends in higher education and international exchange.

 

Dr. Taylor has over 15-years expereince in the higher education field. Prior to joining IIE, Dr. Taylor was Senior Director of Research at American University's School of International Service where she suported seven grant-funded centers. Previously, as Director of Research at George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs, she helped double the school’s external funding. Julie also spent five years as a policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, where she focused on the Middle East, and, before RAND, she was an assistant professor in the Near Eastern Studies Department at Princeton University. Julie served as a trustee for the American Institute for Iranian Studies and was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University's John M. Olin Center for Strategic Studies. She has a Ph.D. in political science from UCLA and has lived in Egypt, Jordan and Iran.

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