The Fulbright Program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

2020 - Kevin Ahern, Physiology

2020 - Marit Boybjerg, Public Health

2020 - Julie Elston, Economics

2020 - Joan Gross, Anthropology

2020 - Karl Haapala, Engineering

2020 - Elise Lockwood, Mathematics

2020 - Hannah Rempel, Library Science

2020 - Brian Sidlauskas, Biology

2019 - Elise Lockwood, Science

2019 - Kevin Ahern, Science

2017 - Jaga Giebultowicz, Science

2016 – Dan Sullivan, Agricultural Sciences

2015 – Michael Guzy, Environmental Sciences

2015 – Michael Lerner, Science

2014 – Gary Hartshorn, Forestry

2014 – David Luft, Liberal Arts

2013 – Heidi Albers, Busines

2013 – Holly Campbell, Business

2013 – Dawn Moyer-Schumaker, Liberal Arts

2013 – Lillian Read, Education

2013 – Daniel Damron, Liberal Arts

2012 – Julie Elston, Business

2012 – Joan Gross, Liberal Arts

2012 – David Hannaway, Agricultural Sciences

2012 – David McMurray, Liberal Arts

2012 – Sujaya Rao, Science

2012 – Richard Sapon-White, Library Science

2012 – David Turner, Science

2012 – Ken Winograd, Education

2011 – Martin Fisk, Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

2011 – Loren Kellog, Forestry

2011 – Bryan Tilt, Liberal Arts

2011 – Desiree Tullos, Engineering

2011 – Ronald Wrolstad, Agriculture

2010 – Robert Hughes, Environmental Sciences

2010 – Kara Ritzheimer, Liberal Arts

2010 – Malgorzata Peszynska, Science

2009 – Tomasz Giebultowicz, Science

2008 – Charles Dibrell, Business

2008 – Nancy King, Business

2007 – William Jaeger, Agricultural Sciences

2007 – William Hohenboken, Animal Sciences

2007 – Mario Magana, Engineering

2006 – Maureen Healy, Liberal Arts

2004 – Dawn Wright, Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

2002 – Michael Lerner, Science