Fulbright Liaisons at TTU
Fulbright Scholar Liaisons are a network of more than 2,000 committed individuals across the United States and its territories crucial to the promotion of the Fulbright Scholar Program within the U.S. higher education community. This network of committed individuals is crucial to the promotion of the Fulbright Program to the U.S. higher education community. Fulbright Liaisons promote the Fulbright program across universities by:
- Inspiring colleagues by organizing campus visits, workshops and seminar from a Fulbright team member for faculty and administrators.
- Sharing the Fulbright calendar of events with colleagues for upcoming workshops and events and providing information for prospective applicants.
- Highlighting Fulbright scholars and staying informed through personal, monthly email updates and sharing opportunities and upcoming program initiatives with TTU colleagues through campus publications and listservs.
TTU-Fulbright Scholar Liaisons at the Office of International Affairs (OIA) are available to provide faculty and staff/admin with detailed information about the different Fulbright programs, application process and guidelines.
Faculty and staff/admin across colleges and departments are encouraged to schedule an appointment to discuss their research interests, timeline for submitting a Fulbright Scholar application, Fulbright programs that may fit their interests and career needs, and countries of interest as well as other topics and questions.
TTU-Fulbright Liaisons can help you develop an application plan, provide guidance on the development of the proposal and identify a potential TTU-Fulbright Alumni mentor who can support you through the application process among other services.
For more information contact the TTU-Fulbright Liaisons:
- Dr. Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, C.R. Hutcheson Professor in Human Development & Family Sciences, Provost Faculty Fellow; Email: email@example.com
- Dr. Jorge Salazar-Bravo, Director, International Center for Arid and Semiarid Land Studies (ICASALS); Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Institute of International Education (IIE) is working closely with the State Department's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and IIE's Beijing Office to monitor the situation in China involving the 2019-nCoV/Coronavirus. The country is now under a Level 4 Travel Advisory, urging Americans not to travel to China due to the ongoing outbreak of the respiratory illness that was first identified in Wuhan.
U.S. Fulbright program participants currently in China were informed on January 28 that they may voluntarily return to the United States. The State Department hopes to make a decision about the 2020 - 2021 Fulbright cohort to China by March 1. We will keep you up to date on the status of the program so that you may advise potential applicants.
The safety and well-being of Fulbright participants in China and around the world continue to be our highest priority.