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Fostering leadership learning and empathy between cultures

NDSU Fulbright

Fostering leadership, learning and empathy between cultures


The J. William Fulbright Program

  • Funded by a bill introduced by Fulbright for the “promotion of international good will through the exchange of students in the field of education, culture, and science.”

  • Fulbright is the most widely recognized and prestigious international exchange program in the world.

  • Fosters bilateral relationships between countries and governments to shape program goals and needs.


The J. William Fulbright Program

  • Fundamental Principles:

    • International Partnership

    • Mutual Understanding

  • 8,000 grants awarded annually

  • 300,000 participants since program inception


Types of Fulbright Programs

  • Scholars:

    • Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program

    • Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program

  • Students:

    • Fulbright U.S. Student Program

    • Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program

    • Fulbright Foreign Student Program

    • FulbrightmtvU Fellowship

    • Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Program

    • International Fulbright Science and Technology Award


Types of Fulbright Programs

  • Teachers

    • Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program

    • Fulbright Classroom Teacher Exchange Program

    • Distinguished Fulbright Awards in Teaching Program

  • Professionals:

    • Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program

  • Cross-Category

    • Fulbright-Hayes Program


Fulbright Information

  • http://fulbright.state.gov/

  • http://www.iie.org/en/Fulbright


Fulbright Scholars

Holly E. Bastow-ShoopProfessorDepartment of Apparel, Design, and Hospitality Management

2007, India

Fulbright-Hayes Group Project Fellowship


Holly E. Bastow-Shoop

Acquire in-depth knowledge of Indian Culture

Understand roles and significance of textiles

Add to cultural diversity programs

Develop cohesive teams to enhance university/K-12 connection

Foster contacts for future collaboration


“India is poised…India is changing. As with all nations, change is inevitable, but the rate of change is amazing. I’m very pleased to have been able to witness a small part of it.”


Thomas Bon nations, change is inevitable, but the rate of change is amazing. I’m very pleased to have been able to witness a small part of it.”Senior LecturerDepartment of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

2010, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration

Tashkent State Agrarian University


Thomas Bon nations, change is inevitable, but the rate of change is amazing. I’m very pleased to have been able to witness a small part of it.”

  • Taught courses on instrumentation, hydraulics, microcontrollers, and softwareapplications

  • Taught courses for students and faculty

  • Taught at the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration and at the Tashkent State Agrarian University


“Experiencing other cultures is a great way to learn to appreciate both their culture and your own.”


Robert appreciate both their culture and your own.” HearneAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Agribusiness and Applied Economics

2009-2010, Bangkok, Thailand,

Kasetsart University


Robert Hearne appreciate both their culture and your own.”

  • Taught Principles of Microeconomics, Water Resources Economics, and Environmental Economics

  • Presented research at conferences in Manila, Philippines and Hanoi, Vietnam

  • Collaborative projects in Environmental Economics and Water Resources

  • Arranged field trips for students to learn about Agribusiness


“My Fulbright experience…really provided me with great opportunities for both teaching and learning, and demonstrated that these are not separate activities.”


Tom opportunities for both teaching and learning, and demonstrated that these are not separate activities.”IsernDistinguished ProfessorDepartment of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies

1991-1992, Wellington, New Zealand

Turnbull Library


Tom opportunities for both teaching and learning, and demonstrated that these are not separate activities.”Isern

  • Continued historical research on a variety of topics relating to agriculture in New Zealand

  • Senior Fulbright Scholar at the Turnbull Library

  • Conducted research on the interface of agriculture and environment



Won Koo scholarly research…”ProfessorDepartment of Agribusiness and Applied Economics

2006-2007, Seoul, Korea

Korea University


Won Koo scholarly research…”

"I strongly recommend our faculty apply to the Fulbright Program.  It was a unique experience.  Fulbright provided me with opportunities to meet other people in the hosting country as well as professionals from other universities.  It was a great networking opportunity."


Larry Peterson scholarly research…”ProfessorDepartment of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies

1982-1983, Oldenburg, West Germany

Carl von Ossietzky University


Larry Peterson scholarly research…”

  • Taught courses in American Visions and Values and the History of Sexuality in the West

  • Returned for a American Studies workshop in 2004



Bernhardt me and my family."Saini-EidukatAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Geosciences

2007, Germany

German Federal Institute for

Geosciences and Natural Resources

University of Hannover


Bernhardt me and my family."Saini-Eidukat

Conducted research on Germanium-rich ore samples in order to understand Germanium concentration and locate more in the future

Co-taught a class on Mineral Deposits at the University of Hannover


“Colleagues I met on my Fulbright were very gracious and welcoming, and I made a new life-long contacts, both personal and professional."


Herbert welcoming, and I made a new life-long contacts, both personal and professional." SnyderAssociate ProfessorDepartment Accounting and Information Systems

Spring 2003, Mykolayiv, Ukraine

Petro Mohyla University for the Humanities


Herbert Snyder welcoming, and I made a new life-long contacts, both personal and professional."

  • Taught E-Commerce at Petro Mohyla University for the Humanities

  • Worked with local entrepreneurs to improve web presence

  • Performed research that examined E-Commerce in the Ukraine


“Being a Fulbright scholar in Ukraine was an object lesson on how things can improve. Growing up during the Cold War, I never imagined a world in which I would be invited to the former Soviet Union and asked to teach school.”


Food engineering abroad an academic year in ireland

DENNIS on how things can improve. Growing up during the Cold War, I never imagined a world in which I would be invited to the former Soviet Union and asked to teach school.” WIESENBORNProfessorAgricultural and Biosystems engineering

1997-1998, Cork, Ireland

University College Cork

Food Engineering Abroad:

An Academic Year in Ireland


  • Integrated computer software applications into curriculum on how things can improve. Growing up during the Cold War, I never imagined a world in which I would be invited to the former Soviet Union and asked to teach school.”

  • Mentored senior students on professional presentation skills

  • Coordinated food & beverage processing field trips

  • Research collaboration: analysis of heat transfer in pilot-scale falling-film evaporator

Dennis Wiesenborn

Source: bluedolphin.ie


“[My Fulbright experience] has undoubtedly been one of the high points of my professional career.”

Source: thisfabtrek.com


Visiting high points of my professional career.”Fulbright Scholar

ManjanathNaikIndia

Plant Pathology


Manjanath high points of my professional career.”Naik

  • Teaches a course in fungal biology

  • Invited to guest lecture at Texas A & M University, Kansas State University, Washington State University, and Morgan State University


International Fulbright Fellows high points of my professional career.”

ItaiMutukwa

Zimbabwe

2010-2012

Doctoral Program in Natural Resources Management


Yamaya high points of my professional career.” Sosa Muchado

Dominican Republic

2005-2007

Master’s Program in Visual Neuroscience


Sejaa high points of my professional career.” Al-Badrani

Iraq

2010-2012

Master’s Program in Chemistry

Lawrence Masaba

South Africa

2004-2007

Master’s Program in Animal Science


NDSU Fulbright Fellows high points of my professional career.”

KartikSundar

2010-2011, Puttaparthi and Bangalore, India

Mobile Health Care

“The Fulbright experience has been an awesome opportunity for me to explore India, learn about its eclectic culture, collaborate and build relationships with bright academicians and business leaders.”


Emily high points of my professional career.”Hagemeister

2009-2010, Amman, Jordan

Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

“My Fulbright experience was life-changing. I am proud to have represented my nation, my region, and my university on a mission of excellence, service, and mutual cultural understanding.”


Fulbright Fellows high points of my professional career.”

Ashley K. Randall

2007-2008, Switzerland

Psychology

Melvin D. Bolton

2004-2005, Netherlands

Botany


Sarah J. high points of my professional career.”Gregor

2003-2004, Germany

Geology

Paul P. Tinerella

2003-2004, Australia

Ecology/Environmental Studies

John C. Marma

1999-2000, Austria

Geology


Other high points of my professional career.” Institution Fulbright Fellows

Karen PeirceGraduate writing coordinatorgraduate school

1993-1994, Ulsan, Korea

English Teaching Assistant

“Educational exchange can turn nations into people, contributing as no other form of communication can to the humanizing of international relations.”


Elizabeth Birmingham high points of my professional career.”Associate professorDepartment of english

1991-1992, Canberra, Australia


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