Articles from June 2019

UI sets record with 19 Fulbright awardees

A record 19 University of Iowa students have been awarded Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants to conduct research, attend graduate school, undertake creative projects, or serve as English teaching assistants abroad in 2019–20, with an additional two students selected as alternates.

Unveiling of new video about International Programs at the University of Iowa

With the assistance of the UI Office of Strategic Communication, International Programs recently created a video that provides an overview of the exciting ways we help to connect Iowa with the world and the world with Iowa. 

In the news: UI student hopes to bring papermaking to Cambodia’s cultural renaissance

UI student Isabella Myers, with a Fulbright grant, will travel to Cambodia to study and re-create century-old manuscripts.

UI student Nicole Hehr awarded Fulbright to Italy

Nicole Hehr, who received a BA in ancient civilization from the University of Iowa in May 2019, is the winner of a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award to Italy for 2019-20

UI student Maria Bascom awarded Fulbright to Russia

Maria Bascom, who received a BA in Russian from the University of Iowa in May 2019, is the winner of a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award to Russia for 2019-20.

In the news: FORM + FUNCTION + FURNITURE: INSIDE THE UI'S 3D DESIGN PROGRAM

Professor Monica Correia's students create artful objects that turn heads internationally.

UI graduate Alex Bare reflects on his global experiences as an undergraduate

UI graduate Alex Bare sat down with International Programs recently to talk about his Critical Language Scholarship program experience in Oman and his study abroad experience in Bolivia. Bare's international journey continues, as he is currently in Colombia as a result of receiving a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award.

In the news: UI student, proficient in four languages, to teach English under Fulbright

Sylvia Dean, the UI’s first Fulbright winner of the year, plans to head to Taiwan for a second time.

In the news: Defying the odds, UI Fulbright scholar Nicholas Grandstaff heads to Europe

UI student Nicholas Grandstaff had an unlikely journey to earning a Fulbright, but with this scholarship he will be heading to the Netherlands.