I am truly grateful for the experiences I have been able to have. Joining the Fulbright Program can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but it can…
I have been able to volunteer with refugees from around the world through several organizations ... I am grateful that serving as a US teaching…
"The Fulbright Scholarship of 1963–64 was quite a door opener..."
"First of all, my stay was exceptionally enjoyable both from a professional and private viewpoint while I was in the United States."
"Altogether, the whole family profited enormously from our year abroad, and we returned home with wonderful memories - in short, a highly educational experience in a very comprehensive sense."
"The Fulbright‐assisted US trip at the age of 26 was of high importance for my further career."
"My stay ... widened my experience immensely in research, teaching, understanding the American educational system, and in appreciating the American way of life."
"... I was very happy when I got the Fulbright grant and spent a successful time at UVM, getting in contact with some extraordinary colleagues, visiting friends, doing research and giving lecture talks..."
"I benefited from the Fulbright Program at least twice in my life."
"Even after almost forty years, I am still happy about the advantages the year abroad in America brought to me and my whole family, especially the deep-seated language knowledge and abilities of our daughters...and it all began with the Fulbright Travel Grant in the year 1973"
"Together with other Fulbright scholars I was invited to go to Washington DC to attend a conference. I well remember Senator Fulbright addressing us, but soon excusing himself with 'Guys, I am sorry, but I must go up to Capitol Hill to see whether I can do something about the Vietnam War.'... "