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(Closed)2011 Fulbright Scholarships (OECS)

Fulbright Science and Technology scholarship – deadlines: Tell us if you are interested by May 2, 2011; submit the completed application and all documents by June, 15, 2011
The U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Section in Barbados administers the Fulbright Science and Technology Student. This is a world-wide scholarship and is open to citizens of Antigua/Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines who live in one of these islands. The scholarship funds doctoral study in science, technology and engineering at top U.S. universities. The candidates from this Embassy compete with a world wide pool of applicants. The Fulbright Science and Technology scholarship is designed to be among the most prestigious international scholarships in science and technology.
Application forms are available at https://apply.embark.com/student/fulbright/international

Fulbright Faculty Development Scholarship – deadline is May 2, 2011
The U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Section in Barbados administers the Fulbright Faculty Development scholarship. Applicants must be citizens of and live in one of the islands to which the Embassy at Bridgetown is accredited, that is Antigua/Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Applicants must teach and must plan to continue teaching at the college or university level. Applicants must be nominated by the college or university at which they teach. The scholarship provides 2 years of funding for master’s or doctoral degrees at U.S. universities. Two scholarships are awarded each year.
Application forms are available at http://www.laspau.harvard.edu/fulbright/

You will need a user name and password in order to enter this site. Send an e-mail tobridgetownpublicaffairs@state.gov to recieve your username and password.

Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship – deadline is July 15 (offered annually)
The U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Section in Barbados administers the Fulbright Foreign Student scholarship. Applicants must be citizens of and live in one of the islands to which the Embassy at Bridgetown is accredited, that is Antigua/Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines
The scholarship provides 2 years of funding for master’s or doctoral degrees at U.S. universities. Three scholarships are awarded each year.
Application forms are available at https://apply.embark.com/student/fulbright/international/20/

Hubert Humphrey scholarship – deadline is to be decided but generally mid-September
The scholarship, named after the late American Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey, allows Eastern Caribbean professionals and administrators an opportunity to spend one year at an American university to enhance their professional competence. The Humphrey scholarship program brings accomplished mid-career professionals from developing countries to the United States for study and related practical professional experiences.

Scholarships are granted competitively to professional candidates with a commitment to public service in both the public and private sectors. An additional substance abuse component in the field of public health policy and management emphasizes drug education, treatment, and prevention. Candidates from the Eastern Caribbean compete with candidates from other developing countries. Applicants must be citizens of and live in one of the islands to which the Embassy at Bridgetown is accredited, that is Antigua/Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Application forms are available at http://apply.embark.com/student/humphrey/fellowship/

Fulbright Visiting Researchers Scholarship – deadline is to be decided; but generally the first week of October
College and university faculty and professionals are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Applicants must have at least a master’s degree. The scholarship provides a one time grant of $10,000 USD and an air ticket to go to the U.S. and back. Applicants may remain in the U.S. for a minimum of two months and a maximum of three months in order to conduct research or engage in a training program. Applicants must be citizens of and live in one of the islands to which the Embassy at Bridgetown is accredited, that is Antigua/Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Application forms are available at https://apply.embark.com/student/fulbright/scholars/30/

Study of the United States Institutes for university faculty and related scholars – deadline is to be decided but generally November 1
Institutes: There will be several different Institutes, including Institutes in American Politics; Contemporary American Literature; Journalism/Media; Religious Pluralism; Culture; and Foreign Policy.
Program dates: The Study of the United States Institutes for university faculty and related scholars will take place over a period of six weeks beginning June 2011. The Institutes will be held at various U.S. universities yet to be determined.
Applications including an essay and a current curriculum vitae should be sent to bridgetownpublicaffairs@state.gov.

Study of the United States Institute for Secondary School Educators – deadline is to be decided but generally November 1
Program dates: The Study of the United States Institutes for Secondary School Educators will take place over the course of six weeks beginning mid June 2011. The Study of the United States Institutes for Secondary School Educators will provide two multinational groups of 30 secondary educators each (classroom teachers, teacher trainers, curriculum developers, textbook writers, ministry of education officials, etc.) with a deeper understanding of U.S. society, education, and culture, past and present.
Applications including an essay and a current curriculum vitae should be sent to bridgetownpublicaffairs@state.gov.

Fulbright NEXUS scholarship – deadline to be decided but generally mid-November
The Office of Public Diplomacy of the U.S. Embassy at Bridgetown, Barbados is pleased to announce a new Fulbright program. The Fulbright Nexus program will link faculty, applied researchers and practitioners across the Western Hemisphere and the United States through international exchanges and seminars. Participants will spend up to one calendar year engaged in collaborative thinking, analysis, problem-solving and multi-disciplinary project-oriented research in one of three broad, inter-related areas: Science, technology and innovation; Entrepreneurship; and Sustainable energy.

The Fulbright NEXUS program will begin in May 2011 and end in April 2012.

Elibibility: It is preferred but not required that Fulbright Nexus applicants have a Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree. Candidates with a master’s degree are required to have a minimum of five years research experience. Preference will be given to early or mid-career academics, applied researchers and/or practitioners with research experience in the public, non-profit, or private sector. Preference will be given to applicants without recent U.S. experience.
Application forms are available at https://apply.embark.com/student/fulbright/scholars/30/.

Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program (offered annually)
This scholarship program brings experienced U.S. College Faculty to teach and or to conduct research at Colleges and Universities in the Eastern Caribbean for a semester, or for an academic year. The scholarship program pays for the following for the American scholar, travel and relocation, monthly maintenance, monthly stipend and books. The local institution is expected to provide students, classroom and office space and administrative support. It is also helpful if you can offer the scholar some assistance in finding appropriate housing. If your university or college would like to host a U.S. scholar please send an email to bridgetownpublicaffairs@state.gov.

Fulbright American Specialists (rolling deadline)
The Fulbright American Specialists program brings American scholars to colleges and universities outside of the United States for short periods. Fulbright specialist projects must be for a minimum of 14 days and a maximum of 42 days, including travel days and weekends. The list of American scholars who are available to travel abroad can be located at https://fsp.iieweb.net/Roster/RosterSearch.aspx.
NOTE: A username and password are required and can be obtained by calling (246) 227 4102 or sending an e-mail to lynchjh@state.gov.

For further information please send an email to bridgetownpublicaffairs@state.gov, or call Juanita Lynch at (246) 227 4102, or Dr. Joseph Schaller, Deputy Public Affairs Officer at (246) 227 4182.

Posted: 21/02/2011



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