This section is dedicated to our Alumni, highlighting achievements, and promoting awards and opportunities that are open only for Fulbright Alumni, as well as the Fulbrighter private network.
In celebration of the Humphrey Fellowship Program's 45th Anniversary in 2023, the Humphrey Fellowship is pleased to announce the launch of a special application for this year's Humphrey Alumni Impact Awards.
Fulbright alumni from the middle east and north Africa who received Fulbright awards administered by Amideast are eligible and encouraged to apply for an alumni community action grant of up to $5,000 usd.
Fulbright alumni from the Middle East and North Africa who received Fulbright Awards administered by AMIDEAST are eligible to apply for an Alumni Development Grant.
An alumni grant administered by Fulbright Jordan for Jordanian alumni of the four core programs. This grant is aimed to fund individuals or teams to carry out short-term projects in their communities.
The Alumni Impact Award (which is awarded annually on a competitive basis) allow Humphrey Alumni to pursue projects that use the knowledge and skills they acquired during their Humphrey Fellowship year.
This year there will be two submission deadlines; the first one is on April 22, 2021, and the second one is on July 8, 2021. Alumni can request a minimum of $1,000 up to a maximum of $25,000.
A grant available for Humphrey Fellowship Alumni to apply for a development grant that will support their goals and provide them with funding to attend a conference, workshop or other professional activity.
In this alumni inspiration feature, we interview and highlight the incredible work and accomplishments of three Jordanian Fulbrighters (Hind, Jude, and Rand) who in the past few years have been leaving their mark in media and film both regionally and internationally.More
For the second and final long feature under the 75th Anniversary celebrations, Fulbright Jordan sat down with Dr. Fares Braizat, and filmed an interview highlighting his career path, as well as being part of the Fulbright alumni network.More
Over the years, Dr. Dajani received two Fulbright awards; the Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship to pursue her Ph.D., and years later received the Scholar Research Award at Yale University. This feature also includes our first video interview of this series.More
The name Nina Brekelman means a lot to the Fulbright family, and especially the Commission in Jordan; her legacy empowering women and girls through sports lives on through her foundation five years later.More
Dr. Tolarba, a Fulbright Alumnus from the 2019-2020 U.S. Scholar Award returns to Jordan after being appointed for a new position at CGFNSMore
Dr. Darawsheh is an associate professor at the University of Jordan and a Fulbright Visiting Scholar Alumna who recently received an award for a published paper.More
Ms. Hadeel Mohammad, who is a Fulbright Alumna obtained a Master's Degree in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016, and showcased her design at Amman Design Week in October 2019.More
In 2017, the world lost a an incredible academic, a women's rights advocate, and a dear friend of the Fulbright Commission who was also a Fulbright Alumna under the S-I-R award back in 2013.More
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